England head coach Phil Neville has called on FA Women’s Super League (FA WSL) clubs to “open their stadiums” after Juventus and Atlético Madrid welcomed record-breaking numbers of fans to recent league games against Barcelona and Fiorentina, respectively.
England played out an exciting, confusing, thought-provoking, and all-round tense 2–2 draw with hosts the United States in their second SheBelieves Cup game.It leaves Phil Neville's side with a good chance of tournament success if they beat Japan in their final game on Tuesday night and his team showed both the positives and negatives which have been glaring at either end of the pitch for a while now.
The Continental Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane was far from a classic, with both sides somewhat failing to act out their game plan to full effect as a lack of meaningful chances or quality attacking play saw the final go to penalties for the first time.
Questions abound for several teams heading into the 2019 World Cup and England is no different. Ahead of the 2019 SheBelieves Cup, Richard Laverty takes a look at the pieces — the who and what — need to fall into place in the lead-up to the World Cup.