Sweden 2013 and the ladies

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The women’s Euros in Sweden are soon to be upon us, the recent Olympics have highlighted more than a passing interest in the female footballer.

So much so that the BBC has decided to screen all of England’s matches live on BBC TV, BBC Radio 5 live or 5 live Sports Extra and the BBC Sport website.

16 games will be shown live on BBC, with 14 games on BBC Three and two on BBC Two & BBC Two HD, while live text commentary on England games on the BBC website.

England are based in Linkoping for their first three games, first up is Spain Friday 12th July, then Russia on Monday 15th then finishing on the Thursday against France.

On Wednesday 26th June their final warm up match is against Japan who are the current world champions at Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium, then it’s off to Sweden to fly the flag.

With the disappointment of Stuart Pearce’s U21s and the disillusionment with the senior squad the ladies will be hoping to gain extra support and credibility within the game.

For more info  . . . . .      http://www.thefa.com/england/womens-seniors

Also you might be interested to know that Latics have a ladies team, according to the site

http://www.walfc.co.uk/    they started in 1999 but the picture of the programme shows 1997 in a game against Oldham Ladies.


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