England head coach Phil Neville has announced his squad for the 2019 World Cup with few surprises in a familiar looking Lionesses squad.
England head coach Phil Neville and Lucy Bronze discuss continuing the momentum against Japan in the last Group D match of the 2019 World Cup in France, and discuss the use of VAR.
Phil Neville says it’s “imperative” for his England side to be taking on the best teams in the world as...
England beat Denmark, 2–0, in their penultimate match before heading to France next week for the 2019 World Cup. Goals either side of the break from new Lyon signing Nikita Parris and captain-for-the-day Jill Scott secured a victory that came far from easy against a side that didn’t make it to France 2019.
Ahead of England's Round of 16 match against Cameroon in the 2019 World Cup in France, head coach Phil Neville addresses squad rotation and responds to Cameroon's head coach pre-match comments on England's "weaknesses."
England head coach Phil Neville admits it's going to be "very difficult" to cut players from the squad that beat Spain 2–1 ahead of the World Cup in June. Neville is in no rush to name his squad but he's already suggested it will happen before England step out to face Denmark in Walsall after the domestic season has ended next month.
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.
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]ormer Manchester City defender Abbie McManus believes the current playing style under Phil Neville with England largely mirrors what she’s...
England stuttered in its final test ahead of the World Cup, losing 0–1, to New Zealand in front of 20,000 supporters at Brighton's American Express Community Stadium. The loss brings underlying issues for the team to light, including chemistry, set-piece defending, and lack of scoring heading into France 2019.
[dropcap]E[/dropcap]ngland head coach Phil Neville says it wouldn’t be “ideal” should any player in his thoughts for a World Cup...
England responded to its underwhelming defeat to Canada with a 2–1 victory against Jorge Vilda's Spain in front of 13,000 supporters in Swindon. Goals either side of the break from Beth Mead and Ellen White were enough to record the win but Aitana Bonmatí's goal from close range ensured a tense finale on a night in which Spain once again dominated possession.