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Mead: Decision not to take me to WC clever

Mead has not played since injuring her ACL in November

Beth Mead has branded Sarina Wiegman's decision not to take her to the World Cup with England as "clever" - even though she is close to a football return this summer.

Source: skysports.com

Match of the day | Coppa Italia Final

Just a year after Juve won their fifth straight Serie A Femminile title, they have yet to celebrate another trophy coming their way.

The Scudetto streak is over thanks to Roma’s equally dominant performance over the 2022-23 season. The Supercoppa was also lifted by Roma back in November. (Source: Black White Read All Over)


Stunning Barcelona comeback sees them win second UWCL title

Barcelona come from 2-0 down at half-time against Wolfsburg to win the Champions League

Barcelona produced a stunning second-half comeback to beat Wolfsburg 3-2 in a thrilling Women's Champions League final in Eindhoven and secure their second European title.

Source: skysports.com


Barcelona's Patri Guijarro named official UEFA Women's Champions League final Player of the Match


WATCH: Fridolina Rolfö's strike as Barcelona completed comeback

Source: twitter.com

Top Scorer

Wolfsburg's Ewa Pajor is UEFA Women's Champions League top scorer with nine goals, finishing four ahead of six different players.


Match of the day

Last year in Turin, Barcelona were probably favourites, having had a sensational season before their 3-1 final loss.

They look the team to beat again having scored a record 29 goals in the group stage (despite a loss at Bayern) before seeing off Roma and Chelsea in the knockouts. (Source: UEFA.com)


Barcelona vs Wolfsburg: Preview

Barcelona are in their third final in four seasons

Barcelona play Wolfsburg in the 2023 UEFA Women's Champions League final on Saturday 3 June at a sold-out PSV Stadium, Eindhoven, the first time the decider has been in the Netherlands.

Source: uefa.com

Jonatan Giráldez on reaching UWCL final

The Barcelona coach talks to UEFA.com about his team's progress ahead of the 2023 UWCL showpiece against Wolfsburg

Still just 31, Jonatan Giráldez has already won two league titles and reached two UEFA Women's Champions League finals in his two seasons in charge of Barcelona, achieving near perfection at home and abroad in the process.

Source: uefa.com

Tommy Stroot on the UWCL final and opponents Barcelona

Wolfsburg coach Tommy Stroot reflects on his team's season and assesses UWCL final adversaries Barcelona

After narrowly missing out on the UEFA Women's Champions League final last season, Wolfsburg coach Tommy Stroot has guided his team to the UEFA Women's Champions League final.

Source: uefa.com

Barcelona vs Wolfsburg: Get the lowdown

Key themes to watch out for ahead of the UWCL final

Two former UEFA Women's Champions League winners face off when Barcelona play Wolfsburg in the 2023 final at at Eindhoven's PSV Stadium

Source: uefa.com

How To Watch The UEFA Women's Champions League Final

Source: youtube.com

UEFA Women's Champions League final: Beginners' guide

Read the full guide to UEFA's biggest international club fixture in the calendar

All eyes will be on PSV Stadium on the afternoon of Saturday 3 June as the UEFA Women's Champions League season ends with Barcelona playing Wolfsburg for the title in Einhdoven.

Source: uefa.com

Aitana Bonmatí: A Pioneer Striving For Change On And Off The Field

Her name itself is a symbol of women's liberation . . .

Following the traditional naming customs of Spain, Aitana should have been known as Conca Bonmatí using her father's surname first.

Source: forbes.com

Miedema and McCabe up for WSL Goal of the Season

Miedema's superb solo effort and McCabe's season-defining rocket are among ten goals up for the award

Vivianne Miedema and Katie McCabe have been nominated for the Women's Super League Goal of the Season, with supporter votes contributing to the overall result.

Source: arsenal.com

Some 8,000 fans to support Barça Women in Eindhoven

Barça fans from all round the world were able to acquire tickets for the games from various sources

With room for 35,000 fans, the PSV Stadion in Eindhoven, will be occupied this Saturday 3 July by Barça fans who will fill up to 23% of the stadium's capacity.

Source: fcbarcelona.com

Piemonte, Thomas 'to leave' AC Milan

AC Milan's top scorer is set to leave Serie A for WSL

According to Sempre Milan’s Luca Maninetti, Martina Piemonte will leave the team to play abroad. The forward’s most likely destination is England.

Source: sempremilan.com

“I’m buzzing!” - Bethany reacts to England World Cup call-up

“I got the call on Wednesday morning, around 10.30am. Sarina [Wiegman] and the assistant video called me to let me know the good news. Obviously I was buzzing with it, so it was a nice moment. I was able to tell my family, but only a few people, because you don’t want it getting leaked before the official announcement. It was lovely.”

“It was 50/50 - I genuinely didn’t think it was going to happen, especially with the competition that’s… [Beth is interrupted by a series of barks]... Winnie! Winnie! Sorry, I’m looking after my mate’s dogs, so I’ve got four dogs with me at the moment!”

“Winnie! I forgot what I was saying. It’s been a while since I’ve been called up and the competition is very tough with Alessia [Russo] and Rachel [Daly] so I wasn’t sure if she was going to take three number nines again, but she is and for me it’s about now going out there and proving again that I deserve to play.” (Source: Tottenham Hotspur.com)


Lotte Wubben-Moy only Arsenal player selected for Women's World Cup

Lotte Wubben-Moy has pushed herself after missing out on the national team call-up during Finalissima, to demonstrate to the Lionesses technical bench why she needed to be on the plane to Australia and New Zealand this summer. (Source: Justr Arsenal News)


Coventry Utd renamed Rugby Borough FC, to relocate

The club will move 15 miles from the Butts Park Arena

Coventry United will adopt the name Rugby Borough FC and relocate to Rugby following relegation from the Women's Championship this season.

Source: bbc.com

Maanum signs new contract with Arsenal

Norway international Frida Maanum has signed a new contract with Arsenal for whom she has so far made 78 appearances and scored 20 goals.

The 23-year-old got 16 goals and nine assists from 38 matches in the 2022/23 season. (Source: She Kicks)


Chelsea set to sign United States star Macario

. . . and James signs new deal

Chelsea Women are set to complete the signing of United States international Catarina Macario.

Source: westlondonsport.com

FC Bayern sign Pernille Harder and Magdalena Eriksson

FC Bayern have signed Denmark international Pernille Harder and Sweden international Magdalena Eriksson

The 30-year-old attacking player and the 29-year-old defender move to Munich from Chelsea and have both been handed three-year contracts.

Source: fcbayern.com

England name 23-player squad for 2023 Women's World Cup

England head into the tournament among the favourites to lift the trophy

England manager Sarina Wiegman has named the 23-player squad that will represent the Lionesses at the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer.

Source: 90min.com

Governments Pressure FIFA to Avoid Women’s World Cup Blackout

In a joint statement Wednesday, the sports ministers of the five nations called on “all parties involved to quickly reach an agreement

Governments in major European countries are putting pressure on FIFA and public broadcasters to resolve a dispute over broadcasting rights for the Women’s World Cup that threatens a blackout in football’s biggest markets

Source: bnnbloomberg.ca

50 days until the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

FIFA says they are closing in on 1 million ticket sales 50 days ahead of the tournament


Emma Hayes and Lauren Smith win Manager of the Year awards

The awards were announced at the 31st League Managers Association Annual Awards Dinner

Emma Hayes announced as Barclays Women’s Super League Manager of the Year, Lauren Smith wins the Championship award.

Source: shekicks.net

Khadija Shaw signs Man City contract extension

Manchester City striker Khadija Shaw has extended her contract with the club by another two years, keeping her at the Etihad Campus until the summer of 2026

Source: 90min.com

World Cup Trophy Tour on its final leg

It's the trophy's largest tour to date

After a four month global tour the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy is set to arrive in the two host nations Australia and New Zealand

Source: fifa.com
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