Tag: France Women
March is the month for the traditional Spring tournaments that are an important part of the women's football calendar.
FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five...
With a month to go before the opening game of the Women's World Cup featuring France v South Korea, here are my predictions on the possible winners.
Arsenal's Pauline Peyraud-Magnin has been chosen by Corinne Diacre to be one of France's three keepers in their 23-player squad that will try to emulate the men's team that won the World Cup last summer.
It is now international tournament time in women's football with the SheBelieves, Algarve, Cyprus and Turkish cup all being played over the next two weeks along with a number of friendlies.
The FIFA WWC 2019 World Cup draw has been made so here is a breakdown of when you will be able to watch Arsenal players during the tournament along with exclusive quotes from the England and Scotland managers.
The draw for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup will take place on Saturday in Paris at La Seine Musicale at 5pm UK time.
London Colney won't be busy when the international break comes around, as nearly all the players will be away with their countries, except for those recovering from injuries.
Arsenal striker Jodie Taylor scored a historic winner to send England through to the semi-finals of the European Championship.
Austria hammered Iceland and won Group C, while France were held by Switzerland and made to settle for second place.
Austria and France opened their Euros with narrow wins against Switzerland and Iceland.
With another batch of games played on Monday and Tuesday, the situation has become clearer and a couple of teams, including England, have made it through to the finals.