Futsal Women’s World Cup qualifying: Format, calendar
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by Sylvain
4M ago
UEFA have provided an update on the FIFA Futsal WWC 2025 qualifying format: no preliminary round, a main round and an elite round to decide the four UEFA side that will qualify for the tournament. UEFA qualifying contenders Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia Czechia England Finland France Gibraltar Hungary Italy Kazakhstan Latvia Lithuania Moldova Netherlands Northern Ireland Norway Poland Portugal Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Ukraine Main round (draw and match dates TBC) The 24 teams (all entrants apart from top seeds Portugal and Spain) are drawn into six groups of four ..read more
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France Futsal WNT earn their first ever win
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by Sylvain
4M ago
In their fourth game, the French team defeated Slovenia away three goals to one to record their first ever win. The full record is P4 W1 D2 L1. The first game was a double header in France that ended with a 1-1 draw and a 1-2 defeat against Finland and then France played a double header away to Slovenia with a 2-2 draw and a 3-1 win. The France Futsal WNT was recently created as part of the FFF commitment towards the sport and with the FIFA Futsal WWC being set for 2025, it came at right time for France to enter the tournament qualification. Those qualifiers will start in October. The FFF has ..read more
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FIFA Futsal WWC 2025 qualifiers UEFA zone
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by Sylvain
4M ago
As France recently started the futsal WNT and I was one of the lucky person who managed to attend the two games against Finland, it was great to learn that FIFA finally launched the FIFA Futsal WWC and it will take place in 2025 with the host to be named soon. UEFA have therefore announced that the Euros will now take place every four years instead of every two years which makes sense in alternance with the World Cup. They have also announced the qualifying mode: there will be three phases Preliminary round (draw 27 February, matches 14–19 May) The teams are drawn into groups of three or four ..read more
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France name their preliminary Wortld Cup 2023 squad
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by Sylvain
1y ago
Herve Renard has chose 26 players who will report today at Clairefontaine to prepare the tournament. France will play two friendlies Republic of Ireland away on 06 July and Australia away on 14th of July before the tournament starts. Here is the full squad: There are four goalkeepers, eight defenders, eight midfield and six forwards. Herve Renard said Solene Durand with compete with Mylene Chavas for the third GK place. The fourth goalkeeper will travel to Australia in case of an injury as it is a specific position unlike an outfield player. The big question is who will be the two outfield pl ..read more
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Who could make the France WWC 2023 squad?
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by Sylvain
1y ago
Looking at Herve Renard’s choices and options for the tournament Herve Renard has taken over the France WNT team following the sacking of Corinne Diacre due to the players’ rebellion validated by the FFF. He has managed two games already and will be left with two more friendlies away to Ireland and Australia before the tournament’s start. We will have a look at the players who are likely to be on the plane, those who have a chance and those who are more or less blacklisted already and will not travel to Australia unless something big happens. Originally, Herve Renard had selected 27 players in ..read more
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France Nations’ League and Euro qualifiers dates announced
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by Sylvain
1y ago
New UEFA competition starting next September making it a busy calendar for our national team The Nations League schedule is now out and France will be play their six group games at the following dates: France – Portugal 22 September 23 to be played at Valenciennes, Stade du Hainault Austria – France 26 September 23 Norway – France 27 October 23 France – Norway 31 October 23 to be played at Reims, Stade Auguste-Delaune France – Austria 30 November 23 to be played at Rennes, Roazhon Park Portugal – France 5 December 23 Should France make it to the finals by winning the group, they will be played ..read more
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Who could make the France WWC 2023 squad?
My women's football blog
by Sylvain
1y ago
Looking at Herve Renard’s choices and options for the tournament Herve Renard has taken over the France WNT team following the sacking of Corinne Diacre due to the players’ rebellion validated by the FFF. He has managed two games already and will be left with two more friendlies away to Ireland and Australia before the tournament’s start. We will have a look at the players who are likely to be on the plane, those who have a chance and those who are more or less blacklisted already and will not travel to Australia unless something big happens. Originally, Herve Renard had selected 27 players in ..read more
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Barclays WSL Winter 2023 transfer window
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by Sylvain
1y ago
The transfer window will be opened in England from the 1 to the 31 January 2023 for the women professional players Chelsea In: Charlotte Wardlaw (end of loan – Liverpool) Out: Beth England (Tottenham ) Arsenal In: – (-); – (-); -(-) Out : Jordan Nobbs (Aston Villa) Manchester United Manchester City West Ham Out: Thea Kyvåg (Lillestrom SK)  Everton Aston Villa In: Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal) Tottenham In: Beth England ( Chelsea) Out: Gracie Pearse ( Bristol -loan) Liverpool In: Gemma Bonner ( Racing Louisville) Out: Charlotte Wardlaw (end of loan – Chelsea) Reading Brighton In: Jens Scheuer (ma ..read more
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FA WSL Summer 2022 transfer window
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by Sylvain
2y ago
Chelsea In:  Out: Jana Andersson (Hammarby IF) Ji So-Yun, Drew Spence Arsenal In: Out: Man City In: Out: Man United In: Out: Karna Solskjaer Tottenham In: Out: West Ham In: Out: Ollie Harder (manager), Gilly Flaherty, Brighton In: Out: Inessa Kaagman ( PSV) Reading In:  Out: Leila Lister (Colorado Buffs), Natasha Harding Aston Villa In: Out: Anita Asante Everton In: Out: Claire Emslie Leicester In: Out: Liverpool In: Out: Charlotte Wardlaw ( end of loan), Jade Bailey, Rianna Dean, Meikeyla Moore, Evie Smith ..read more
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D1 Arkema: teams qualifying for the UWCL 2022/23 are now known
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by Sylvain
2y ago
Following matchday 19 out of 22, we now know the three French teams that have qualified for the UEFA Women’s Champions League season 2022/23 Olympique Lyonnais, Paris Saint-Germain and Paris Football Club will represent France in next season’s tournament. It is a welcomed returned for Paris FC who last qualified back in 2011/12 when they were a semi-professional team named Juvisy. They were absorbed by Paris FC as they could not cope with the financial pressure as women’s football started to work towards professional football and their set-up was not allowing them to compete any more. With thr ..read more
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