Manchester City and England captain Steph Houghton says the thought of being an inspiration to young girls is very much part of her drive for success with club and country.
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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.
Nikita Parris believes winning the SheBelieves Cup would be the perfect start to England Women’s World Cup year.
England drew 2-2 with world champions the United States in their second game at the SheBelieves Cup in Nashville.
Manchester United Women boss Casey Stoney believes it will be many more years before she would consider a risky move into coaching a men’s team.
Beth Mead lashed home a second-half winner as England made a strong start to their SheBelieves Cup campaign in Philadelphia with a 2-1 victory over Brazil.
Women’s football stands at a “tipping point” as England head into the 2019 World Cup, according to former Lionesses’ captain Casey Stoney.
England and Scotland have been drawn together in Group D for the Women’s World Cup in France next summer.
Arsenal and England midfielder Jordan Nobbs has been ruled out of the 2019 World Cup after undergoing surgery on her anterior cruciate ligament.
Jordan Nobbs is in danger of missing next summer’s World Cup after sustaining a serious knee injury.
England manager Phil Neville has named former United States youth international Chioma Ubogagu in his squad for the forthcoming friendlies against Austria and Sweden.
England and Chelsea midfielder Karen Carney says the abuse she received on social media was “abhorrent, totally unacceptable and very upsetting” and hopes nobody has to experience anything like it in the future.
England Women boss Phil Neville refused to criticise the officials after several decisions went against his side in a controversial 1-1 draw against Australia.
Australia’s Clare Polkinghorne netted a late equaliser as England Women were controversially forced to settle for a 1-1 draw in their international friendly at Craven Cottage.
Phil Neville believes his England squad can help the women’s game “explode” in this country by delivering success at the 2019 World Cup.
Phil Neville was not satisfied after seeing England Women beat Brazil 1-0 in a friendly as he called on his side to be more ruthless in front of goal.
Anna Patten and her team-mates will be hoping that England’s Under-20s can prove they have got talent when they meet Japan for a place in the World Cup final.
Former England defender Phil Neville hopes none of Gareth Southgate’s squad will be made a…
England Women missed the chance to top their World Cup qualifying group as they were…
Phil Neville admitted England Women were ‘beaten by the better team’ in a 1-0 loss…