2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
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4dReuters

Chelsea's Kirby named FWA player of the year

Chelsea forward Fran Kirby has become the first player to win the Football Writers' Association's Women's Footballer of the Year twice.

Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
57d
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69dESPN

Hege Riise to lead Team GB at Olympics

Hege Riise has been appointed the head coach of Team Great Britain for the Tokyo Olympics.

Can anyone challenge the USWNT for Olympic gold? (1:48)
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84dESPN

White nets hat-trick as England hammer NI

Ellen White scored a hat-trick as England routed Northern Ireland 6-0 in their friendly at St George's Park on Tuesday.

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119dESPN

Riise, Wilkinson appointed to lead Lionesses

Ex-internationals Hege Riise and Rhian Wilkinson have been appointed to lead England following the departure of Phil Neville to Inter Miami.

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120dESPN

Neville leaves England job for Inter Miami

Phil Neville has stepped down as head coach of England to take over the job at MLS side Inter Miami, co-owned by David Beckham.

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132dMark Ogden

Sources: Beckham holds Miami talks with Neville

David Beckham has held talks with former Man United teammate Phil Neville to discuss the coaching position at Inter Miami, sources have told ESPN.

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151dKathleen McNamee

English players urged to go abroad more

Manchester City defender Lucy Bronze has said more English players should go abroad for the experience.

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217dKathleen McNamee

Neville: WSL tactically better since lockdown

England manager Phil Neville has said Women's Super League games are more physically intense and tactically better than before the pandemic.

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223dJames Olley

Study reveals levels of prejudice against women

Two-thirds of women working in football have experienced discrimination, according to a study conducted by Women in Football.

Lavelle: Wiegman will only make rivals England better (0:43)
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