2020 Schedule

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2020 Schedule
1-0-2, 3rd in SheBelieves Cup
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42dJames Olley

Sources: England boss Neville to leave in 2021

The Football Association will confirm on Thursdat that England women's manager Phil Neville will leave the role when his contract expires next year.

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42dESPN

Women's Euros postponed to 2022 due to virus

The women's Euro 2021 tournament has been postponed until 2022 due to clashes with the postponed men's Euro tournament and the Tokyo Olympics.

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58dMark Ogden

Southgate takes 30% cut; Sweden furlough boss

England manager Gareth Southgate is to take a 30% pay cut on his £3 million-a-year salary, while Sweden is furloughing its coach due to COVID-19.

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87dAssociated Press

White, England top Japan in SheBelieves Cup

Ellen White came off the bench in the 69th minute and only needed 14 minutes to score as England beat Japan 1-0 on Sunday in the SheBelieves Cup.

Strong second half sees USWNT past England (1:37)
87d
Lloyd quickly doubles USWNT's advantage (0:56)
90d
Press' curler opens the scoring for USWNT (0:57)
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147dKathleen McNamee

USWNT set for World Cup semifinal rematch

The United States Women's National Team are set to kick off their SheBelieves Cup with a rematch against World Cup semifinal opponents England.

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199dReuters

Arsenal beat Spurs in front of WSL record crowd

The first north London derby in the Women's Super League between Spurs and Arsenal produced a record crowd of 38,262 at Tottenham stadium.

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207dConnor O'Halloran

England woe continues in front of record crowd

England's poor form since the Women's World Cup continued as the Lionesses conceded late on to lose 2-1 against Germany in front of a record crowd.

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210dReuters

Lionesses hope FA next to address pay gap

The Lionesses want England to become the next country to strike a deal that closes the pay gap between the men's and women's national teams.

RankingsSheBelieves Cup

Goal Difference-23rd
Goals Scored14th
Assists14th
Goals Conceded33rd