England boss Phil Neville says it does not feel like he will be on trial in the matches ahead as he awaits a decision from the Football Association about a Great Britain manager for next summer’s Tokyo Olympics.
England boss Phil Neville has described Fran Kirby as “world class” and says her qualities must not be forgotten amid the focus on new arrivals in the Women’s Super League.
England boss Phil Neville says the Lionesses are at the start of a journey but has stressed the target will be victory when they play Germany away later this month in their first match since March.
Lucy Bronze and Nikita Parris have been named in a 28-player England Women’s squad for this month’s friendly against Germany.
England Women will host Norway in a friendly in December, the Football Association has announced.
Katie Zelem has withdrawn from England Women’s training camp at St George’s Park after testing positive for coronavirus, while Lucy Bronze has also pulled out due to injury.
Salford’s ‘Class of 92’ owners meet Manchester United on Wednesday, with Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs admitting they could never have imagined it happening.
England Women boss Phil Neville has named a 30-player squad for a training camp at St George’s Park this month, with seven new call-ups included.
England Women will travel to play Germany on October 27 in their first match since March.
Sarina Wiegman believes she will work with a “world-class team” when she takes over as England Women’s head coach in September 2021.
Sarina Wiegman will take over as England Women head coach on a four-year deal from September 2021, the Football Association has announced.
England Women will not be taking part in next year’s SheBelieves Cup, the Football Association has announced.
Phil Neville does not believe the rivalry which exists between England and Argentina in the men’s game will have any bearing on the Lionesses’ World Cup clash on Friday evening.
An early VAR-awarded penalty put Scotland on course for an opening 2-1 defeat against England at the World Cup in France.
Robbie Williams has chosen St George’s Day to announce five new stars for his England team ahead of the Soccer Aid For Unicef match in June.