Tag: England

» July 4, 2019

Women’s football in Europe may see a cataclysmic shift as the clubs of the English Premier League have agreed to take over the Women’s Super League. The move paves the […]

» July 2, 2019

England enter the semifinals in good form, fresh off their best performance of the tournament—a 3-0 defeat of Norway. That match demonstrated both their strengths and weaknesses. It therefore provides […]

» June 27, 2019

England have played five games in the World Cup, and won all five. After the events surrounding their 3-0 victory over Cameroon ended up overwhelming any conversation about their actual […]

» June 26, 2019

After a lovely trip to Newcastle and a conference on social and political philosophy concluded, I am back in France and ready to brave the weather to see some exciting […]

» June 23, 2019

Round of 16, Day 2 England 3 – 0 Cameroon I have to admit that I don’t have the emotional energy to provide a ton of commentary on this game. […]

» June 21, 2019

Tomorrow begins the knockout stage. While we all take a break today, here is a preview for each match. If you want a bit more detail on a couple of […]

» June 20, 2019

June 19: Matchday 13 Japan 0 – 2 England Scotland 3 – 3 Argentina I wrote about Scotland and Argentina here.  For the other game, I have very little to […]

» June 14, 2019

June 14: Matchday 8 Japan 2 – 1 Scotland It’s almost bizarre how closely this game tracked with Scotland’s first match. Once again they fell behind 2-0 in the first […]

» June 9, 2019

June 9: Matchday 3 Australia 1 – 2 Italy This was among the wildest soccer games I have ever seen in person, and I was at one of the bonkers […]

» April 25, 2018

On March 8th and March 9th 2018, the National Football Museum in Manchester, England hosted a two-day conference on women’s soccer. “Upfront and Onside: The Women’s Football Conference” looked at […]

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