Phil Neville discusses the 28-player roster selected for England's match against Germany.
Sarina Wiegman, set to take over the head coaching job with England in September 2021, discusses her focus now and what led her to accepting the position.
Rich Laverty reflects on covering the 2019 World Cup semifinal between his home country England and the United States, and gives a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to cover a World Cup.
A year later, forward Ajara Nchout discusses Cameroon's Round of 16 exit in the 2019 World Cup. It was a match overshadowed by some controversy, which Nchout reflects on here.
Phil Neville's tenure as England head coach has come to a premature end. A little more than two years on — 821 days to be exact — from his appointment in January 2018, the FA announced on Thursday Neville's contract wouldn't be extended beyond 2021, meaning he will now miss out on leading the Lionesses into their home European Championships after UEFA confirmed the tournament will move to 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chelsea forward Beth England is having a standout season in the FA Women's Super League and has deservedly earned the right to be England's starting No. 9 writes Rich Laverty.
After an unconvincing end to 2019, Phil Neville is set to select his roster for the 2020 SheBelieves Cup. Given the short time ahead of Tokyo 2020, Neville should go with youth, according the Rich Laverty.
Germany defeated England, 2-1, in front of a record crowd of 77,768 at Wembley Stadium. The loss is another in a string of losses for the Lionesses and the pressure is starting to mount for head coach Phil Neville.
England faces Germany at Wembley Stadium with an expected crowd of 90,000 in attendance. The potential for a record-setting crowd, however, shouldn't overshadow the outcome and performance of England, a team that has been underperforming since the World Cup.
Forward Beth England reflects on getting her call-up to the senior England squad and dealing with being loaned out from Chelsea and returning to the club.
Jordan Nobbs, midfielder for England and Arsenal, discusses returning to the England squad after missing the World Cup in France due to an ACL injury.