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News article football bullet    Norway's men's and women's football teams have signed a historic equal pay agreement  
News article football bullet    England Women: FA to name Mark Sampson's successor in 2018  
News article football bullet    Blast from the past: Katie's column  
News article football bullet    Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-2 Sheffield FC Ladies  
News article football bullet    Lionesses U20's smash Nike friendlies  
News article football bullet    Sunderland AFC 1-0 Liverpool Ladies FC  
News article football bullet    Talking Women's football on One Media Radio  
News article football bullet    What is Toni Most Scared of? | Duggan & Earps | Roommates  
News article football bullet    Real Food, Real Results  
News article football bullet    Watch highlights of Lionesses 5-0 win over Kazakhstan  
News article football bullet    Netherlands Women 0-0 Republic of Ireland Women  
News article football bullet    Italian women's footballers aim for where men failed - a place in the World Cup  
News article football bullet    Women's World Cup qualifying - England Women 4-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Women  
News article football bullet    UWWFC 100 Catch Challenge  
News article football bullet    Amazing shot, courtesy of the very talented photographer Julian Barker  
News article football bullet    Youngsters showcase skills at FA Girls' Football Festival  
News article football bullet    Former Celtic and Rangers women's football star opens up on heartache of sister's death  
News article football bullet    Vote for Young Player of the Year  
News article football bullet    Football boots for Christmas  
News article football bullet    UEFA Women's Euro  
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News article football bullet    1 week to go to Women's Euro 2017  
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News article football bullet    Nikita Parris goes back to her roots with David James  
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Norway's men's and women's football teams have signed a historic equal pay agreement

2017-12-16

England Women: FA to name Mark Sampson's successor in 2018

2017-12-16

The Football Association will now not appoint a new England Women's national team head coach before the end of the year, saying the process is "ongoing". Mark Sampson was sacked from the role in September after evidence of "inappropriate and unacceptable" behaviour with female players in a previous role. Under-19s head coach Mo Marley took over on an interim basis.

Blast from the past: Katie's column

2017-12-14

After an exhausting and hectic season of football for Bristol Academy in the FA Nationwide Women's Premier League, including a number of international call-ups to England squads, we decided to give femaleSOCCER columnist and England youth international Katie Holtham a well-earned break. She's back now though and can't wait for the men's World Cup to start!
Come On England
I've been looking forward to this World Cup for ages and now the wait is almost over, with England playing their first match on Saturday, against Paraguay. This is the most exciting tournament since I've been an England fan because I really feel that if the squad performs to its best they have a great chance of bringing that trophy home. I'm a massive Frank Lampard fan, probably because he plays midfield like me and his all-round game is just fantastic. He's a big player for England and one that I enjoy watching. The tournament in Germany is a real festival of football and gives me the chance to watch so many different talented players, with varying styles of play and it's a great opportunity to take things on board and try to incorporate them into my own game.
No Rest For The Wicked
My season with Bristol Academy might have finished, but I still haven't had a rest as yet. I'm still training with the FA development centre at Loughborough University and there's also been the call-up to the England under 21's squad for the 0-0 draw with Sweden, as well as a call-up to the senior squad for the recent win over Hungary. I played in the match for the under 21's and overall I think that a draw was a decent result. We had quite a few players making their debuts at that level and Sweden are always a good outfit in women's football at what level you play them.
More Football
The under 21's squad also has a forthcoming trip to Norway in July to compete in the Nordic Cup, which is a very prestigious youth event that most of the big teams enter. The United States and Sweden entered last year so it should be a real challenge for us and one we're all very much looking forward to.
Summer Holiday
Having had such a long season both for Bristol and on the international scene, as well as my academic studies, I'll happily admit I'm desperate for a holiday! There's a few more weeks training here at Loughborough but then I'm intending to take a last minute trip away somewhere. Maybe one of the Greek islands, get a bit of sun on my back, whilst watching the World Cup of course!
Contact Katie
If any of you would like to ask Katie for advice or perhaps just give some feedback on her column, please feel free to contact her directly at katiescolumn@yahoo.co.uk
About Katie
Katie Holtham is the former captain of the England under 19's team. She is a central midfielder and plays her club football for Bristol Academy in the FA Nationwide Women's Premier League, for whom she is also captain. Katie was also called up for the senior England squad training camp at La Manga in January 2006 and has been in a number of England under 21 squad call-ups. She has also previously played for Lincoln City Ladies in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division and is in her second year as a student at the FA's Loughborough University-based National Women's Player Development Centre.

Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-2 Sheffield FC Ladies

2017-12-14

Photos of Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-2 win over Sheffield FC Ladies, as supplied by the excellent photographer Julian Barker.

Lionesses U20's smash Nike friendlies

2017-12-13

Sunderland AFC 1-0 Liverpool Ladies FC

2017-12-12

Bridget Galloway's first senior goal was enough for the Lasses at Mariners Park, with Mel Reay's side going unbeaten throughout the competition to emerge as group winners.

Talking Women's football on One Media Radio

2017-12-11

What is Toni Most Scared of? | Duggan & Earps | Roommates

2017-12-04

Real Food, Real Results

2017-11-30

Whether you're playing in the lower leagues or are at the top of the sport, fuelling your body the right way is essential if you want to maximise your performance on the football pitch. Whilst there are many synthetic gels, shakes and powders available to give you a quick energy boost, going back to basics and using clean, unprocessed, natural foods is always going to have added benefits - in the same way as you wouldn't run a Ferrari on dirty cheap petrol, you don't want to use low quality synthetic sports nutrition products as your fuel on the pitch. With this philosophy at the heart of everything they do, The Primal Pantry have created a range of natural energy bars with the perfect mix of natural protein, fats and carbohydrates. Each bar contains approximately 200 nutrient dense calories; relying on a few high quality natural ingredients, without any additives, preservatives, flavourings or colours in sight. What’s more the bars are cold pressed, meaning no heat is used in their manufacturing so their nutrients stay as intact as possible.

What makes The Primal Pantry fuel so efficient?

Carbohydrates 'the spark plug' Dates

Carbohydrates are provided by dates in each of the bars. These are high in fibre and nutritionally superior to other common carb sources used in other sports nutrition products (notably syrups, rice, sugar, fruit juice) because, whilst they contain simple sugars for quick release energy, the fibre in them helps control this energy release, meaning you don't get such a sudden sugar rush and then a drop.

Fats sustained fuel - Nuts

The natural fats in the bars come from the nuts, which help provide fuel for the body over longer exercise periods, alongside a host of other general health benefits.

Protein - aids in muscle recovery and growth

Nuts

The nuts in The Primal Pantry bars also provide important protein, which, when combined with the natural carbohydrates and fats, creates a bar that not only helps fuel exercise, but also aids with muscle and mind recovery afterwards. In a nutshell, The Primal Pantry bars are a great clean and natural energy source, which power your body as nature intended. The Primal Pantry Bars, which include the 5 mouth-watering flavours (Coconut & Macadamia, Almond & Cashew, Brazil Nut & Cherry, Hazelnut & Cocoa and Apple & Pecan) are now available in Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Ocado, Holland & Barrett and health stores – www.primalpantry.com.

Watch highlights of Lionesses 5-0 win over Kazakhstan

2017-11-29

Netherlands Women 0-0 Republic of Ireland Women

2017-11-29

The Republic of Ireland defended resolutely to achieve an fine 0-0 draw away to European champions the Netherlands in a World Cup qualifier. The hosts dominated the Group Three match in Nijmegen but they could not find a way past Irish keeper Marie Hourihan. The Netherlands felt they should have been awarded a late penalty for hand ball but it was not given. The teams are level at the top of the group on seven points from three games.

Italian women's footballers aim for where men failed - a place in the World Cup

2017-11-25

After years of being ignored in Italy, the national women's team face the prospect of a place in the 2019 World Cup - while the men sit at home. There are two hard truths in Italian football; first, that the men's national team, four times world champions, are virtually guaranteed a spot in the World Cup every four years. And second, that not much has been expected from the women's team, who last earned a place among the best of the best in 1999. This year, all of that is being turned on its head. The Azzurri failed to earn their chance in Russia next year after being eliminated by Sweden earlier this month - a defeat that stunned the nation and elicited comparisons to the end of days. Now, it is Italy's women who are poised to clinch a place in France for the 2019 World Cup. The squad will take the pitch against Portugal in Estoril on Tuesday, with the confidence of a team that is at the top of the group ranking.

Women's World Cup qualifying - England Women 4-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Women

2017-11-25

The Lionesses produced a dominant win in their World Cup qualifier, as Houghton grabs a brace, Parris puts away a fine header and Kirby incredibly scored her 102nd goal in 100 games for club and country.

UWWFC 100 Catch Challenge

2017-11-23

Amazing shot, courtesy of the very talented photographer Julian Barker

2017-11-21

Amazing shot, courtesy of the very talented photographer Julian Barker. #femalesoccer #footymatch

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Youngsters showcase skills at FA Girls' Football Festival

2017-11-19

A skills showcase was put on by more than 230 youngsters at the final FA Girls' Football Festival of 2017. The event, held at One Leisure St Ives Outdoor with the support of Cambs and Hunts FAs, was aimed at increasing and retaining girls' participation in the game. The players, who were from various schools across the county, ranged in age from five to 16-years-old and took part in a variety of activities combining football, fun and music. The festival, a joint initiative by The FA and Continental Tyres, included skills and drills sessions, interactive games, mini matches and a refereeing workshop. And Charlotte Lade, a leading professional football freestyler, was also in attendance. Rachel Pavlou, FA national women?s football participation manager said "I am delighted to have attended this fantastic last festival of 2017, especially as it was during FA Girls' Football Week. "Everyone has done a terrific job over the year with an amazing 7,830 girls attending over 17 national festivals. Just another great example of collaborative work to support our aim to double participation by 2020."

Former Celtic and Rangers women's football star opens up on heartache of sister's death

2017-11-19

On the pitch, Rhonda Jones was a fearsome defender, with 117 Scotland caps and a glittering career with some of the biggest clubs in women's football. But away from the glory of the international sporting stage, her biggest battle was in GP surgeries and psychiatrists' offices wiping away tears as she fought for help for her little sister. Gemma Jones, 29, who had severe mental health problems, died suddenly in September, leaving behind two young children. Rhonda and her family, from Newarthill, Lanarkshire, believe Gemma was let down by an NHS struggling to cope with patients with mental health problems.

Vote for Young Player of the Year

2017-09-06

Football boots for Christmas

2017-08-07

UEFA Women's Euro

2017-08-07


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