Fri Oct 27 2017
Get to know England's Lionesses
Captain Leah Williamson and others reveal their cheat meals, childhood footballing heroes, and karaoke songs.
Debaran Separuh Akhir NSL : KL Wildcats lwn Selangor Angels
Zawani Nisha tekad berikan aksi terbaik kekang penjaring utama Wildcats
Chan Peng Soon tidak letak sebarang sasaran di Terbuka Malaysia 2022
Akui dalam proses raih keserasian bersama rakan sepasukan, Cheah Yee See
Sony Norde buat pusingan U kekal bersama Melaka United
Melaka United pada masa tidak pandang rendah kemampuan Sarawak United
England favourites for Women’s Euros - Netherlands coach
England beat Netherlands 5-1 in a friendly game on Friday, and are considered strong favourites for Euro 2022
Bronze admits to fluke goal in England win over Netherlands
Lucy Bronze says her goal in the 5-1 win was a happy accident.
Wiegman 'very happy' with 'ruthless' England performance
The Lionesses continued their preparation for the Women Euros with a thrashing 5-1 win over the Netherlands
'Throw away the last half hour' - Dutch coach Parsons on 5-1 defeat
Mark Parsons boldly claims different lead in times explain their hammering by England
Rapinoe makes impassioned statement on Roe v Wade
The Supreme Court struck down the nearly 50-year-old constitutional right to an abortion.
Tsitsipas moves into Mallorca final
The Greek makes his fourth final of the year by beating Benjamin Bonzi
'Playing for Ukraine means more than football' - Khrystiuk
Ukrainian women's footballer Yulia Khrystuik says representing her country is different since Russian invasion
2022 NBA Draft: who are the top 5 picks?
Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith Jr, Keegan Murray and Jaden Ivey are this year's star selections.
Breaking News - Rooney quits as Derby boss
Wayne Rooney has asked to be relieved of his duties as Derby Country manager with immediate effect
Ostapenko thrashes Giorgi to reach final
Ostapenko beat Giorgi in straight sets in just 68 minutes to reach a second consecutive WTA Eastbourne final.
Wimbledon not an exhibition, despite rankings row - Shriver
Pam Shriver insists prestige status still remains at Wimbledon despite removal of ranking points.