Tag: UEFA Women’s Euro 2017
Now the European Championships are over, we take a look at the individual performances of the nine Arsenal players involved.
Arsenal Women will see four of their players compete for the trophy on Sunday when the Netherlands meet Danemark.
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.
Germany and Sweden booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Women's European Championships, having beaten Russia and Sweden respectively.
Group A finished with Netherlands topping the table with a 100% record, while Denmark claimed the runner-up spot. Belgium and Norway were eliminated.
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.
The Netherlands won their second group game against Denmark with another 1-0 win and are looking good for qualification.
Austria and France opened their Euros with narrow wins against Switzerland and Iceland.
The Group B openers of the Women’s 2017 European Championships brought a couple of surprises with outsiders Russia beating Italy, while Sweden and Germany drew.
The Women's 2017 European Championships started with the Netherlands beating Norway with a record crowd, while Denmark won against Belgium.
With the 2017 Women's European Championships later this month, let's have a look which players from the Arsenal Ladies will be featuring.
Kim Little, Emma Mitchell and former Gunner Jennifer Beattie have been left out of Scotland's squad for the European Championships due to injuries.
Sarina Wiegman has announced her 23-player-squad for the upcoming Euros that the Netherlands will play at home next month and four Arsenal players have been selected.
Arsenal full-back Alex Scott has warned that England Lionesses have the fate of future generations in their hands, as they prepare for next month's Euro 2017 campaign.
Naming a squad three months before a tournament is a very unusual step taken by the England manager. But he has clearly made his mind...
The England Women's team manager, Mark Sampson will release his squad for the Euros on 3 April.
2017 is a big year for the England Women's team as they are now one of the favourites to win the upcoming Euros in the Netherlands. But do they have enough to win it ?
The UEFA Euro 2017 draw was made yesterday in Rotterdam and there will be a British derby between England and Scotland when they meet in their opening group D match.
The final Women's Euro 2017 line-up is now complete.
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.
We are in the FA WSL mid-season summer break and this is the time for the Euro 2017 qualification games. Here is the current situation group-by-group.
Republic of Ireland goalkeeper and winger Emma Byrne and Katie McCabe are eliminated from the 2017 Euro.