A data archive honouring the women who became football greats. Protecting, preserving and promoting the sport’s rich and varied history. Recognition and appreciation … then … now … forever!
Sometimes there is little or nothing on the web about legendary players or stories of the past. This site aims, in some small way, to start putting that right.
Please help by adding any comments or corrections. Thank you!
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Hi, I’m wondering if you have any stats on Olivia O’Toole who played for Ireland womens national team.
Hi Kelsey, thanks for commenting. There’s some info about Olivia – great player – here: https://www.womenssoccerarchive.ie/p/a-z.html#O (scroll down a bit). Our friends at Soccer Scene are best for national team stats: http://www.soccerscene.ie/ss_gen/player.php?id=208&level=sswsenior
This is fascinating. I watched Fulham Womens Team and saw them in the FA Cup in Swindon in 1998 or9.
anyway the Sheffield Independent of 27 March 1922 had the draw for the second round of the English Ladies Challenge Cup:
Mersey Amazons or Rochdale v Fleetwood or Manchester
Plymouth v Ediswans
Doncaster v Lincoln
Coventry or Aston v Birmingham or Dunlops
Stoke v Huddersied Alexandra or Stoke United
Huddersfield Atlanta v Chell
ties to be played before 22 April
The London Daily News of 21 December 1921 refers to the creation of a new English Ladies Football Association.
The same paper dated 11 April 1921 has a photo of the Cup Final between Ediswans and Allenbys played at Waltham Cross
As a former Committee member of the WFA l am trying to contact Linda Whitehead do you have contact details
Could you please (sorry to ask) correct the spelling of my grandfathers surname? Daniel McGlone father of player Margaret McGlone? thank you…
Love what you have done! Fantastic