That’s all folks!

The Women’s Football Archive project has now closed.   Thanks are due to friends and collaborators: Neil Morrison from RSSSF, Ian Nannestad from Soccer History magazine and Scottish soccer buff Stuart Gibbs.   See also some excellent work happening at The National Football Museum’s Hidden History blog and football historian Jean Williams’s JJ Heritage site.Continue reading “That’s all folks!”

Kelly Smith – Goals in International Matches

Kelly Smith – Goals in International Matches Kelly Smith – Goals in International Matches The outstanding English player, who obtained 120 international caps with her two National Teams, has entered the symbolic but exclusive circle of players with a Century of Caps. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.

The Deal International Tournament

Fact:   The Deal Tournament (later known as the Deal International Tournament) was a women’s football competition first organised in 1967 by Arthur Hobbs, a carpenter with Deal Town Council.   Hobbs had been a decent amateur footballer in his youth and he settled in Kent after being posted there with the army in theContinue reading “The Deal International Tournament”