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'Ridiculous' WAFCON delay leaves African women’s football in a mess

Women’s AFCON qualifying concluded last year but fed up teams now have to wait until July 2025 for the tournament

When the final round of qualifiers for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (Wafcon) concluded in December, the 12 qualified teams presumed the tournament would take place in Morocco at some point this year.

Source: theguardian.com
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Germany’s Lena Oberdorf to miss Paris Olympics with significant knee injury

The 22-year-old has suffered a cruciate and medial collateral ligament issue in her right knee

Bayern Munich’s Lena Oberdorf will miss the 2024 Paris Olympics after sustaining a severe knee injury.

Source: nytimes.com
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NWSL: Angel City to become world’s most valuable women’s team with $250m sale

Bob Iger and Willow Bay announce deal for NWSL club

Angel City is set to become the world’s most valuable professional women’s sports team after finalising a landmark ownership agreement with Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger and his wife, Willow Bay, the club announced on Wednesday.

Source: theguardian.com
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Lucy Bronze joins Chelsea after Barcelona departure

Chelsea Women have announced the signing of England right-back Lucy Bronze following the expiry of her Barcelona contract.

Bronze departed the Spanish side in June having helped them win a second consecutive Champions League title and has now signed a two-year contract with the Women's Super League reigning champions.

"To know I'm a Chelsea player still feels a little bit surreal," said Bronze, who has been capped 125 times by England. (Source: Sky Sports)

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Women's EURO 2025 | Qualifiers play-off draw: Friday

The draw at 13:00 CET on Friday will set the ties for two rounds of two-legged play-offs

The Women's European Qualifiers play-off draw at 13:00 CET on Friday 19 July in Nyon will set the ties for two rounds of two-legged contests, as 28 teams compete for the last seven finals slots at UEFA Women's EURO 2025 in Switzerland from 2 to 27 July of that year.

Source: uefa.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs Round-Up: Italy, Netherlands, England through

Italy, the Netherlands and England claimed the last automatic spots in Switzerland as the league stage ended

Italy, the Netherlands and England took the last direct spots at UEFA Women's EURO 2025 as the Women's European Qualifiers league stage ended with nine finalists confirmed and sides moving on to the autumn play-offs.

Source: uefa.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs: France, Iceland and Denmark qualify

Iceland secured qualification for Euro 2025 after missing out on last year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand

France, Iceland and Denmark have all secured their place at the 2025 European Championship.

Source: bbc.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs: England close in on qualification with Republic of Ireland win

England had beaten the Republic of Ireland 2-0 in Dublin in the reverse fixture

England wrapped up a routine victory against the Republic of Ireland to take one step closer to Euro 2025 qualification.

Source: bbc.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs: Scotland beat Slovakia after 40-minute storm delay

Having already secured their play-off spot, the Scots remain undefeated and top of Group B2

Claire Emslie’s second-half double ensured Scotland’s fourth consecutive competitive win as they beat Slovakia in a game that was interrupted by a Biblical thunderstorm.

Source: bbc.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs: Wales cruise to Croatia win as Fishlock equals record

Wales remain unbeaten in their Euro 2025 qualifying campaign

Wales put their European Championship qualification hopes back in their own hands with a 3-0 win over Croatia on a night where Jess Fishlock equalled Helen Ward’s goalscoring record.

Source: bbc.com
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Women's EURO 2025 QFs: Northern Ireland beat Malta to secure play-off

Northern Ireland book Euro 2025 play-off with Malta win

Northern Ireland booked their place in the Euro 2025 play-offs with a 2-0 victory over Malta at the Centenary Stadium.

Source: bbc.com
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