Lionesses Announce Japan And Norway Tests To Round Off 2022

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from England head coach Sarina Wiegman as her team’s final opponents for this historic year are announced (29/9/22). Above: Norway’s Ada Hegerberg is one of the top stars that the Lionesses will face in the November international window. Photo: Olympique Lyonnais. England’s final matches of 2023 will see them meet fellowContinue reading “Lionesses Announce Japan And Norway Tests To Round Off 2022”

Olympics QF Preview with Wroxham’s Harriet Meers

Ahead of tomorrow’s Quarter-Finals ties, Harriet Meers from Wroxham Women, one of Impetus’ partner clubs, previews all of the games. Canada v Brazil Canada have started this tournament solidly, but haven’t demonstrated the danger that they could possess with the talent they have within the squad. With players such as Allysha Chapman, Christine Sinclair andContinue reading “Olympics QF Preview with Wroxham’s Harriet Meers”

La Roja Femenina Go Out With Heads Held High

Chile 0-1 Japan by Jean-Pierre Thiesset Pictured above: Japan, on the way to the Quarter-Finals. Photo: Getty Images. Despite producing another pleasing performance, Chile were not able to step up to Japan level and lost 1-0. Japan started the game with a lot of pressure and speed and had two shots on goal within theContinue reading “La Roja Femenina Go Out With Heads Held High”

Olympics Group E Round-Up

Catherine Paquette reviews all the action in Group E at the Olympics and looks ahead to tomorrow’s second round of action in the group. Group E at the Olympic women’s football tournament contains Japan, Canada, Chile and Great Britain. The group got underway with the clash between Great Britain and Chile (pictured above – Ellen White and StephContinue reading “Olympics Group E Round-Up”

Penalty The Difference In Matildas’ Final Warm-up

Japan 1-0 Australia by Kris Goman This match, played at Sanga Stadium in Kyoto saw a limited crowd of 3,000 spectators allowed in due to the Coronavirus pandemic (photo above via YouTube).  The Matildas played 3-4-3 formation with Ellie Carpenter, Clare Polkinghorne and Steph Catley playing the back three, Tameka Yallop, Kyra Cooney-Cross, Emily VanContinue reading “Penalty The Difference In Matildas’ Final Warm-up”