Champion’s League, Quarterfinals
Ligue des champions, Quarts de finale
2011-12: Olympique Lyonnais 8-0 Brøndby IF
1st leg 4-0
Abily 8’, Bompastor 34’, Dickenmann 64’, Necib 71’
2nd leg 0-4
Abily 10’, Thomis 42’, Le Sommer 56’, Le Sommer 82’
Shiny Happy Bompy pics are good for my soul!
The Three Lions will renew acquaintances with John Herdman’s side at Rotherham United’s New York Stadium on Sunday 7 April, just over three weeks after beating them 1-0 in the Cyprus Cup final.
England Women v Canada
An International Match
3pm, Sunday 7 April 2013
The New York Stadium,…
What Fortuna has done here in the small town of Hjørring is create a place where women can thrive and young girls can strive. The club has a second team and a third team and youth teams and older women’s teams. At the meeting last week there were two awards given to women who have been a part of the club for 40 years… 40 years! They started playing as children and continue to be involved with administration today.
This club is an outstanding example of what professional leagues throughout the world can look like, if it’s done correctly. All it took was one man, Larsen, to say “hey, I don’t need all the money we make from the tournament, let’s do something with it.” That idea is somewhat lost in the US. I’m sure it has to do with culture and what Americans perceive to be the most important thing, but look at the opportunities this one man has provided for thousands of girls and women.
Hope Powell and Rachel Yankey on England’s 2013 Cyprus Cup win. The Lionesses beat Italy, New Zealand and Canada on the way to claiming the trophy.
Canada Women’s National Team has added two European friendlies to its growing international schedule for the 2013 season.
Canada will first take on England in a Women’s International Friendly on Sunday 7 April, 2013 at the New York Stadium in Rotherham, England.
Canada will then take on Germany in a Women’s International Friendly on 19 June, 2013, at a to-be-determined venue in Germany.
The Our Game International Women’s Soccer Symposium will feature experts from women’s soccer around the world, focusing on the topic of “Developing the Women’s Game.”
Speakers at the Our Game International Women’s Soccer Symposium
- Eli Landsem, former Norway Women’s National Team Coach and Player
- Randy Waldrum, University of Notre Dame/US U23 Head Coach
- Lisa Cole, Boston Breakers Head Coach
- Maureen Mmadu, Founder of Mmadu Football Academy in Nigeria
- Andrea Neil, University of British Columbia Head Coach/Former Canadian Women’s National Team Coach and Player
- Carmelina Moscato, Canadian Women’s National Team Player and Olympic Bronze Medalist
Liverpool Ladies have today completed the signing of United States U23 international Amanda DaCosta.
Dual national DaCosta, who was raised in New York by Portuguese parents, joins the Reds after a season with Boston Breakers in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
A proven goalscorer, the energetic midfielder will bring a new dimension to the Ladies’ attacking set-up.
“I am thrilled to be joining a club with such a unique culture and history,” DaCosta told Liverpoolfc.com shortly after completing her move.