SWPL Play-Off Finals previewed

from Robert Wilson (2/6/23) Above: Rossvale (red and yellow) will be taking on Stirling University on Sunday for a place in the SWPL 2. Photo: Kelly Nelson. This Sunday the 2022/23 Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) season concludes with the first-ever play-off finals. Both the SWPL 2 (12:10 KO) and SWPL (16:10) finals will beContinue reading “SWPL Play-Off Finals previewed”

Rosie Russell: AFC Wimbledon through and through

AFC Wimbledon‘s newly crowned Young Player of the Year Rosie Russell has been at the club since the age of 10 and has now played over 100 first-team games for the Dons. The starlet spoke to Ben Gilby about life at the club and how they are determined to finally make it into tier threeContinue reading “Rosie Russell: AFC Wimbledon through and through”

NWSL: Can the Bats ride the Wave?

Denise Duffy and Jonathon Hagger provide their weekly detailed look ahead to one of this week’s games in the NWSL including details from the pre-game media events (1/6/23). Above: Gotham FC’s Sinead Farrelly goes for goal. Photo: Jimena Panduro. The top of the NWSL leaderboard has become a log jam with six teams contending forContinue reading “NWSL: Can the Bats ride the Wave?”

Norfolk Weekly Wrap

Darrell Allen delivers his final round-up of the women’s football action in Norfolk with coverage of the final two games of the season, with contributions from Tony Allen. (1/6/23). Above: Caister completed a successful season with a 5-2 victory over the University of East Anglia on Sunday. Photo: SG Photography. Norfolk Women and Girls’ LeagueContinue reading “Norfolk Weekly Wrap”

Wiegman: There were some “really hard” decisions

Freya Ward was at Boldmere St. Michaels FC today to listen to England head coach Sarina Wiegman reveal her Lionesses squad for the World Cup for Impetus, and Suvadeep Biswas provides EXCLUSIVE photography from the event. (31/5/23). Above: Lionesses head coach Sarina Wiegman at today’s media conference to announce the England World Cup squad. Photo:Continue reading “Wiegman: There were some “really hard” decisions”

Lionesses World Cup squad: Impetus’ team reflects

31/5/23 Above: WSL top scorer Rachel Daly’s selection as a striker was met with delight from the Impetus team of contributors. Photo: Suvadeep Biswas for Impetus. As England head coach Sarina Wiegman named her squad for the World Cup at Boldmere St. Michaels FC earlier this afternoon, 10 members of Impetus‘ writing and photography teamContinue reading “Lionesses World Cup squad: Impetus’ team reflects”

The View From France

Jean-Pierre Thiesset summarizes the 22nd and final round of 2022-2023 D1 Arkema season plus his photo gallery from Lyon versus Reims from pitchside for Impetus (31/5/23). Above: Olympique Lyonnais celebrate their 16th D1 Arkema title. Photo: Jean-Pierre Thiesset for Impetus. Olympique Lyonnais 7-1 Reims Lyon did not need to impose their talent to win inContinue reading “The View From France”

Dower announces Junior Matildas squad for Korea challenge

31/5/23 Above: The Junior Matildas, who will be off to Korea Republic next week. Photo: Football Australia. The Junior Matildas will continue their preparations for the 2024 AFC U-17 Women’s Asian Cup Round Two Qualifiers with a two-match international series against Korea Republic.  The U-17 Australian Women’s National Team will travel to Paju, north ofContinue reading “Dower announces Junior Matildas squad for Korea challenge”

Blue is the colour and winning is their aim

Darrell Allen provides a fans-eye perspective on Chelsea’s WSL winning victory at Reading on Saturday (29/5/23). Above: Millie Bright (left) and Sam Kerr celebrate with the WSL trophy at the SCL Stadium on Saturday. Photo: Andy Wicks for Impetus. As comfortable as it gets Days shouldn’t come more high-pressured than a title-deciding final day awayContinue reading “Blue is the colour and winning is their aim”

National Academy Programme Cup joy for Glasgow City, Hearts, and Hibernian

from Tom Freeman (29/5/23) Above: Glasgow City lift the SHAAP 18s National Academy Programme Cup Final after thwi win over Rangers. Photo: Ger Harley / Sportpix. Glasgow City have secured a cup double in the under-18s elite youth game after beating Rangers 3-1 in the SHAAP 18s National Academy Programme Cup final. The result followsContinue reading “National Academy Programme Cup joy for Glasgow City, Hearts, and Hibernian”