Tag: Scotland Women
Arsenal's Jen Beattie has withdrawn from the Scotland team although it is not clear what the problem is.
March is the month for the traditional Spring tournaments that are an important part of the women's football calendar.
The international break is always a worrying moment for fans and clubs as players go trekking around the world.
Following Matchday 2 in the FIFA WWC Group 2, the British teams have opposite fortunes with qualification for one and struggles for the other.
FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five...
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.
The FA WSL season is now over but there is a FIFA international window coming up featuring World Cup qualifiers and, as usual, the Arsenal Women players will be busy.
Arsenal Women winger, Lisa Evans, has revealed she's spoken with coach Joe Montemurro about her new position.
The England squad for the SheBelieves Cup has been named and there are no Arsenal players involved.
Ex-Arsenal Women boss Shelley Kerr revealed how she first got involved in football, how proud she was of her three-trophy haul with the Gunners, as well as what it means to now manage her country – in an exclusive interview with Daily Cannon.
It is has been quite a successful break for the Arsenal Women players scattered all over the globe, bringing home victories, goals and qualification for the Elite Rounds.
11 of the Arsenal Women squad have been selected for their respective national team.
Shelley Kerr has named her second squad since she took over the Scotland job and two Arsenal players have been called up.
England, Germany and the Netherlands have named their squad for the next international windo, with five Arsenal Women players making the recent cut for their respective countries.
Lisa Evans is the sole Arsenal player called up by Shelley Kerr, the new Scotland manager who has taken over from Anna Signeul.
Now the European Championships are over, we take a look at the individual performances of the nine Arsenal players involved.
After two matchdays at Euro 2017, things are starting to get very interesting indeed as Jodie Taylor continues to score for fun for England.
Mark Sampson's England got the best possible start in Group D with a 6-0 win over local rivals, Scotland while Spain won the Iberian peninsula derby 2-0 against Portugal.
With the 2017 Women's European Championships later this month, let's have a look which players from the Arsenal Ladies will be featuring.
Scotland women's midfielder Leanne Crichton has bemoaned the loss of three key players, including Arsenal's Kim Little, ahead of the UEFA Women's European Championships.
Kim Little, Emma Mitchell and former Gunner Jennifer Beattie have been left out of Scotland's squad for the European Championships due to injuries.
We have entered the international break and a host of Arsenal players have been involved for their respective countries.
Scotland Ladies manager Anna Signeul has bemoaned the loss of star midfielder Kim Little through injury, ahead of this summer's Euro 2017 tournament.
The Women's World Cup qualifying draw was made earlier this week in Nyon and the Arsenal players now know their road to France 2019.
It will be another busy week for the Arsenal Ladies' players as teams are preparing for the 2017 Euros to be played in Netherlands.
Arsenal Ladies had 15 players on international duty over the last two weeks; here is how they fared with their respective teams.
Here is the latest news on our Ladies players on international duty
Most of the Arsenal Ladies players are on international duty for a week-and-a-half and here are their results.
With another international week coming up, many Arsenal Ladies players have been called by their national teams.
We are now entering an international week and the following Arsenal Ladies players have been called-up for their respective teams
We all know that there is no women's football Team GB at the Rio Olympics because of politics and the respective home nation's country FA's being managed by people living a bit in the past, but how would it have looked if there ad been?
There are a number of international games while the FA WSL is on a mid-season break, here is a recap of the players called-up for their national team
Arsenal's Emma Mitchell was involved in Scotland's 3-1 win against Slovenia that sees them top of qualifying Group 1, three points ahead of Iceland.
Several of Arsenal Ladies' players have been called up to represent their counties.
March is an extremely busy period in women's football with international games. The club will be hoping that no player will come back with any...