Euro 2022 top scorer Beth Mead has been left out of England’s squad for the Women’s World Cup after losing her race to be fit for this year’s tournament. Mead joins Lionesses captain Leah Williamson and forward Fran Kirby in missing the competition in Australia and New Zealand because of long-term injury. Defenders Millie Bright 
Millie Bright included and Jordan Nobbs is selectedMaya Le Tissier omitted and no place for Nikita ParrisSarina Wiegman has omitted Beth Mead from England’s squad for the Women’s World Cup but has included the striker Beth England, who has scored 12 times in 12 WSL appearances for Tottenham this season.Wiegman named her 23-player squad on Wednesday and has picked the defender Millie Bright, who has not played for Chelsea since coming off injured on 22 March. There is no place for Steph Houghton...
With Women's Euro 2022 winners England among favourites, all you need to know for ninth edition of Fifa's women's showpiece
Sarina Wiegman will announce her final squad at community club Boldmere St Michaels at 2pm on Wednesday and it is expected she will also name around five stand-by players.
Sarina Wiegman had planned to begin her camp on June 19 but leading Women's Super League and other European clubs are refusing to release their players until June 23.
The Lionesses head coach has gone for a blend of youth and experience as the European champions head to Australia and New Zealand Continue reading
THE Women’s World Cup is just weeks away and teams are finally gearing up for the big showstopper in Australia and New Zealand. England will be aiming to make it back-to-back major tournament
Manchester United and Lioness forward Parris will support from afar and work on her international comeback
ENGLAND will be eager to repeat their U20 World Cup success story in 2017 as their campaign kicks off with a tough opener against Tunisia on tonight. The Young Lions will be without Chelsea star Ca
Celebrations are taking place throughout France to mark the 100-day countdown to the start of Rugby World Cup 2023 – set to be the most popular edition in the tournament's history.
PARIS—Novak Djokovic sure seemed like someone ready to move on from the latest non-tennis issue he’s been involved in during a Grand Slam tournament. Criticized after his previous match for comments about clashes in northern Kosovo between ethnic Serbs and NATO-led peacekeepers, the 22-time major champion stayed away from political matters on Wednesday night.
The Women’s World Cup will be taking place in Australia and New Zealand forgive yourself if you didn’t know that. For a major sporting event such as this - and I'm using “major” quite loosely since not that many people care about it - you would expect that most, if not all, of the tickets for these matches would be sold out. But, that’s just not the case. France 24 reported that ticket sales in New Zealand have been downright dreadful in the build up to the tournament. New Zealand will host a...