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Wembley arch won't light for political causes

England's Football Association is unlikely to light up the Wembley Stadium arch in support of social and political causes in future, a source at the governing body told Reuters on Thursday.

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UEFA details standards for women's teams

UEFA released details of their first-ever minimum standards framework for women's national teams, after consultations with players, coaches and FIFPRO Europe, in an announcement on Monday.

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FIFA opts out of rainbow armband for WWC

FIFA has again opted out of using the rainbow armband for the 2023 Women's World Cup, instead choosing a multicolored design it says was influenced by the Pan-African flag and pansexual flag.

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Houghton: Won't end Eng career on Euros snub

Steph Houghton has said she she has no plans to retire from international football despite being left out of England's Euros-winning squad.

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Euro 2022: Record 365m watched globally

The 2022 Women's Euro was the most watched edition of the tournament with a projected global cumulative live viewership of 365 million.

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Putellas named UEFA POTY; Wiegman top coach

Barcelona's Alexia Putellas won the UEFA Women's Player of the Year award, while England boss Sarina Wiegman was crowned coach of the year.

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England's Wiegman, Mead up for UEFA award

England star Beth Mead and head coach Sarina Wiegman have been nominated for UEFA's women's player and coach of the year awards.

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'We're going to Disneyland' Lionesses off to Paris

England's victorious Euro 2022 winning team are off to Disneyland Paris following their historic victory over Germany at Wembley last week.

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USWNT still No.1, Lionesses 4th in rankings

The United States kept their No.1 spot at the top of the latest women's FIFA rankings published on Friday, while England rose to fourth place.

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Picking the best and worst of Euro 2022

The magic of Euro 2022 was that it showed some of the very best that football has to offer. ESPN's reporters nominate their superlative winners.

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Lionesses urge action from next British PM

England have written a letter to the two British Prime Minister hopefuls calling for greater opportunities for girls to play football in schools.