England boss Phil Neville hopes this week’s team-building experience with the Royal Marines has left his players better equipped for the potential challenges ahead at the Women’s World Cup.
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England boss Phil Neville has described the time his players spent with the Royal Marines this week as a “wonderful experience”.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie says Tuesday’s friendly against Jamaica at Hampden Park will provide the national team with the perfect send off for next month’s World Cup in France.
Scotland women’s manager Shelley Kerr feels she can benefit from the appointment of Steve Clarke as the new men’s national team boss.
FIFA has apologised for tweets regarding ticketing for the forthcoming Women’s World Cup that were “published without a full understanding of the situation” and says it is “confident the problems will be solved”.
FIFA has told fans that ticketing arrangements for the forthcoming Women’s World Cup cannot be changed after receiving complaints.
The Football Association has announced England Women’s squad numbers for this summer’s World Cup in France.
Scotland Women manager Shelly Kerr admitted she had never faced a tougher task than breaking the bad news to her 10 unsuccessful World Cup candidates.
Scotland Women’s boss Shelley Kerr has urged her side to embrace the challenge awaiting them in France after announcing the 23 players who will travel for the country’s first ever World Cup.
Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr has named her 23-strong squad for this summer's Women's World Cup in France.
Izzy Christiansen has not been included in Phil Neville’s England squad for this summer’s Women’s World Cup in France.
Phil Neville insists he will be “ruthless” when it comes to selecting his World Cup squad – but the England boss has experienced enough of his own tournament heartbreak to know he is the right man to let people down gently.
Women’s football in Scotland is enjoying a surge of success, and national team captain and frequent flier Rachel Corsie is at the heart of it
Rachel Corsie has learned that you can’t achieve your potential in women’s football without racking up the frequent flier miles.
England Women boss Phil Neville has urged the Lionesses to continue playing with the freedom and expression they have shown during the triumphant SheBelieves Cup campaign.
Scotland women have qualified for the World Cup for the first time after a 2-1 win over Albania.
Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr is daring to dream of a Swiss slip-up as Scotland women’s national team bid to make history today.
Scotland captain Rachel Corsie hopes altitude training in Utah can help her scale the heights of leading her country out in the finals of the World Cup next summer.