Well done England women but would you have triumphed over Spain if Prince William had showed up? We will never know…
Women’s World Cup
This is what football is like when a certain sort of male is removed. There’s joy and there’s passion and it’s now slap bang in the mainstream.
England came up against Sam Kerr and a partisan Australia crowd and emerged with heroes in every part of the pitch.
Olga Carmona’s stunning late winner fired Spain into the World Cup final with a 2-1 win against Sweden.
The 2023 Women’s World Cup kicks off on July 20 and we have the details on how to stream all the matches from wherever you are on the planet.
Sarina Wiegman’s tactical tweaks certainly paid off as England battered China 6-1 at the World Cup. Lauren James, by the way… wow.
Ireland earner their first Women’s World Cup point as they ended their first major tournament with a 0-0 draw against Group B runners-up Nigeria.
We wanted to write about how England were rejuvenated by Lauren James and Rachel Daly but then that injury to Keira Walsh happened.
Republic of Ireland captain McCabe has been left “heartbroken” after her side’s World Cup last-16 hopes were ended by a 2-1 loss to Canada.
Wiegman admits England lacked ‘ruthlessness’ as Haiti deserve ‘lots of credit’ after World Cup opener
Wiegman felt England lacked “ruthlessness” in their lacklustre 1-0 win over debutants Haiti to open their World Cup campaign at Brisbane Stadium.
England had a moment of madness to thank as they got their World Cup campaign up and running with an underwhelming 1-0 victory over Haiti.
England were made to work hard as they beat Haiti 1-0 in their World Cup opener thanks to a retaken penalty from Georgia Stanway.
Steph Catley’s penalty ensured co-hosts Australia opened their World Cup campaign with a 1-0 victory over the Republic of Ireland.
Klimkova says everyone remained calm in the build up to New Zealand’s 1-0 World Cup-opening win over Norway in Auckland, where a fatal shooting took place.
Lionesses star Chloe Kelly says it will be a dream come true when she represents England at this summer’s Women’s World Cup.
Australia captain Kerr will miss the first two matches of her home Woman’s World Cup with a calf injury, her national federation has announced.
It’s a serious question – helped by research and a brilliant new Women’s World Cup ad from Orange that challenges our innate bias.
The Mailbox wants to know what’s next? Also: escalating fees, what makes a winner, Lamps, and Jesus…
Lucy Bronze was superb – but another Lioness took the top mark after a fabulous World Cup…
A penalty awarded by VAR put reigning holders USA on the road to their fourth World Cup triumph…
Phil Neville explains why he’s ‘annoyed’ by being told that England’s women have inspired a nation…
Lucy Bronze has emphasised England’s desire to finish their World Cup campaign on a high.
The England women have equality; they too get a Mailbox full of sobbing fans…
England boss Phil Neville hailed his players for having “given it our absolute all” at the Women’s World Cup.
There are England fans in France who are enjoying a wonderful tournament away from the idiots.
The England boss laughed off the apparent ‘reconnaissance mission’ from the USA camp.
England Women head coach Phil Neville wants his side to “develop the serial winner mentality”.
REVEALED: It was the men that won it. Plus, the MEN are definitely not panicking about AWB. Oh no.