UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Group D

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Group D of UEFA Women's Euro 2017 contained England, Portugal, Scotland and Spain. The matches were played from 19 to 27 July 2017. [1]

UEFA Womens Euro 2017 2017 edition of the UEFA Womens Championship

The 2017 UEFA Women's Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Women's Euro 2017, was the 12th edition of the UEFA Women's Championship, the quadrennial international football championship organised by UEFA for the women's national teams of Europe. The competition was expanded to 16 teams.

The England women's national football team has been governed by the Football Association (FA) since 1993, having been previously administered by the Women's Football Association (WFA). England played its first international match in November 1972 against Scotland. Although most national football teams represent a sovereign state, as a member of the United Kingdom's Home Nations, England is permitted by FIFA statutes to maintain its own national side that competes in all major tournaments, with the exception of the Women's Olympic Football Tournament.

Portugal womens national football team womens national association football team representing Portugal

The Portugal women's national football team represents Portugal in international women's football. The team is controlled by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) and competes as a member of UEFA in various international football tournaments such as the FIFA Women's World Cup, UEFA Women's Euro, the Summer Olympics, and the Algarve Cup.

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Teams

Draw position Team Method of
qualification
Date of
qualification
Finals
appearance
Last
appearance
Previous best
performance
UEFA ranking
for final draw
FIFA ranking
at start of event
D1 Flag of England.svg  England 2013 3 5
D2 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 11 21
D3 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2013 6 13
D4 Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 23 38

Standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1Flag of England.svg  England 3300101+9 9 Knockout stage
2Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3102231 3 [lower-alpha 1]
3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 3102286 3 [lower-alpha 1]
4Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 3102352 3 [lower-alpha 1]
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
Notes:
  1. 1 2 3 Head-to-head records:
    • Spain: 3 pts (1 W, 0 D, 1 L), +1 GD (2 GF, 1 GA)
    • Scotland: 3 pts (1 W, 0 D, 1 L), 0 GD (2 GF, 2 GA)
    • Portugal: 3 pts (1 W, 0 D, 1 L), −1 GD (2 GF, 3 GA)

In the quarter-finals:

England national football team Mens association football team representing England

The England national football team represents England in senior men's international football and is controlled by The Football Association, the governing body for football in England.

Group C of UEFA Women's Euro 2017 contained Austria, France, Iceland and Switzerland. The matches were played from 18 to 26 July 2017.

France national football team mens national association football team representing France

The France national football team represents France in international football and is controlled by the French Football Federation, also known as FFF, or in French: Fédération française de football. The team's colours are blue, white and red, and the coq gaulois its symbol. France are colloquially known as Les Bleus. The French side are the reigning World Cup holders, having won the 2018 FIFA World Cup on 15 July 2018.

Matches

All times are local (UTC+2).

Spain vs Portugal

Spain  Flag of Spain.svg 2–0 Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal
Report
De Vijverberg, Doetinchem
Attendance: 3,188
Referee: Pernilla Larsson (Sweden)

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Portugal
GK 13 Sandra Paños
RB 3 Marta Torrejón (c)
CB 4 Irene Paredes
CB 5 Andrea Pereira
LB 21 Leila Ouahabi Sub off.svg 89'
RM 8 Amanda Sampedro
CM 15 Silvia Meseguer
LM 14 Victoria Losada
RF 22 Mariona Caldentey
CF 10 Jennifer Hermoso Sub off.svg 65'
LF 11 Alexia Putellas Sub off.svg 81'
Substitutions:
FW 9 Mari Paz Vilas Sub on.svg 65'
FW 19 Bárbara Latorre Sub on.svg 81'
DF 20 María Pilar León Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Jorge Vilda
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GK 12 Patrícia Morais
RB 9 Ana Borges
CB 4 Sílvia Rebelo
CB 15 Carole Costa
LB 14 Dolores Silva
DM 11 Tatiana Pinto
RM 17 Vanessa Marques
LM 20 Suzane Pires Sub off.svg 71'
AM 7 Cláudia Neto (c)
CF 10 Ana Leite Sub off.svg 59'
CF 16 Diana Silva Sub off.svg 85'
Substitutions:
FW 18 Carolina Mendes Sub on.svg 59'
MF 23 Mélissa Antunes Sub on.svg 71'
FW 8 Laura Luís Sub on.svg 85'
Manager:
Francisco Neto

Player of the Match:
Amanda Sampedro (Spain) [2]

Assistant referees:
Petruta Iugulescu (Romania)
Mihaela Gomoescu (Romania)
Fourth official:
Katalin Kulcsár (Hungary)

Assistant referee (association football) official in association football

In association football, an assistant referee is an official empowered with assisting the referee in enforcing the Laws of the Game during a match. Although assistants are not required under the Laws, at most organised levels of football the match officiating crew consists of the referee and at least two assistant referees. The responsibilities of the various assistant referees are listed in Law 6, "The Other Match Officials". In the current Laws the term "assistant referee" technically refers only to the two officials who generally patrol the touchlines, with the wider range of assistants to the referee given other titles.

Romanian Football Federation association football governing body in Romania

The Romanian Football Federation is Romania's football governing body. It organizes the Romania national football team and most of the Romanian football competitions. Based in the capital city of Bucharest, it has been affiliated to FIFA since 1923 and to UEFA since 1955.

Katalin Kulcsár Hungarian association football referee and association football player

Katalin Anna Kulcsár is a Hungarian football referee. She is 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) tall and took charge of her first international match in September 2004, Malta versus Bosnia and Herzegovina. She refereed the final of the 2009 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship.

England vs Scotland

England  Flag of England.svg 6–0 Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Jodie Taylor British football player on an Australian team

Jodie Lee Taylor is an English football striker who currently plays for Seattle Reign FC, and currently on loan to Australian club Melbourne City for the 2018–19 W-League season. She began her club career with local team Tranmere Rovers and had brief spells in her home country with Birmingham City, Lincoln Ladies, and Arsenal. A well-traveled player, she has also played in Sweden and the United States.

Ellen White (footballer) English international association football player

Ellen Toni White is an English international football forward who plays for Birmingham City of the FA WSL. With England's national team she played at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and won the bronze medal at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. White was also part of the Great Britain team for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Jordan Nobbs Association footballer

Jordan Nobbs is an English footballer who plays for Arsenal. She is a combative, goalscoring central midfielder. She has represented the England women's national football team at youth and senior level and is nicknamed "Nobber" by her England teammates.

Report

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England
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Scotland
GK 1 Karen Bardsley
RB 2 Lucy Bronze
CB 5 Steph Houghton (c) Yellowcard.svg 55'
CB 16 Millie Bright
LB 3 Demi Stokes
CM 11 Jade Moore
CM 4 Jill Scott Yellowcard.svg 62'
RW 7 Jordan Nobbs
AM 23 Fran Kirby Sub off.svg 65'
LW 18 Ellen White Sub off.svg 74'
CF 9 Jodie Taylor Sub off.svg 59'
Substitutions:
FW 19 Toni Duggan Sub on.svg 59'
FW 17 Nikita Parris Sub on.svg 65'
MF 14 Karen Carney Sub on.svg 74'
Manager:
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GK 1 Gemma Fay (c)
RB 17 Frankie Brown
CB 4 Ifeoma Dieke
CB 2 Vaila Barsley
LB 23 Chloe Arthur
DM 14 Rachel Corsie Sub off.svg 76'
RM 11 Lisa Evans
CM 10 Leanne Crichton
CM 9 Caroline Weir Yellowcard.svg 84'
LM 22 Fiona Brown Sub off.svg 46'
CF 13 Jane Ross Sub off.svg 63'
Substitutions:
MF 19 Lana Clelland Sub on.svg 46'
MF 8 Erin Cuthbert Sub on.svg 63'
MF 6 Joanne Love Sub on.svg 76'
Manager:
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Player of the Match:
Jodie Taylor (England) [2]

Assistant referees:
Belinda Brem (Switzerland)
Sanja Rodjak Karšić (Croatia)
Fourth official:
Jana Adámková (Czech Republic)

Swiss Football Association governing body of association football in Switzerland

The Swiss Football Association is the governing body of football in Switzerland. It organizes the football league, the Swiss Football League and the Switzerland national football team. It is based in Bern.

Croatian Football Federation governing body of association football in Croatia

The Croatian Football Federation is the governing body of association football in Croatia. It was originally formed in 1912 and is based in the capital city of Zagreb. The organisation is a member of both FIFA and UEFA, and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the game of football in Croatia. Its current president is Davor Šuker.

Football Association of the Czech Republic sports governing body

The Football Association of the Czech Republic or colloquially the Czech Football Association is the governing body of football in the Czech Republic, based in Prague. It organizes the lower-level league competitions in the country, the Czech Cup, and the Czech Republic national football team.

Scotland vs Portugal

Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg 1–2 Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal
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Portugal
GK 1 Gemma Fay (c)
RB 18 Rachel McLauchlan Sub off.svg 82'
CB 4 Ifeoma Dieke
CB 2 Vaila Barsley
LB 20 Kirsty Smith
DM 14 Rachel Corsie Yellowcard.svg 75'
RM 11 Lisa Evans
CM 10 Leanne Crichton
CM 9 Caroline Weir
LM 22 Fiona Brown Sub off.svg 67'
CF 19 Lana Clelland Sub off.svg 54'
Substitutions:
MF 8 Erin Cuthbert Sub on.svg 54'
MF 7 Hayley Lauder Sub on.svg 67'
MF 6 Joanne Love Sub on.svg 82'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Anna Signeul
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GK 12 Patrícia Morais Yellowcard.svg 86'
RB 9 Ana Borges
CB 4 Sílvia Rebelo Yellowcard.svg 76'
CB 15 Carole Costa Yellowcard.svg 2'
LB 14 Dolores Silva Sub off.svg 90+2'
DM 11 Tatiana Pinto
RM 19 Amanda Da Costa Sub off.svg 76'
LM 17 Vanessa Marques
AM 7 Cláudia Neto (c) Yellowcard.svg 89'
CF 18 Carolina Mendes Sub off.svg 70'
CF 16 Diana Silva Yellowcard.svg 47'
Substitutions:
FW 10 Ana Leite Sub on.svg 70'
MF 20 Suzane Pires Sub on.svg 76'
FW 8 Laura Luís Sub on.svg 90+2'
Manager:
Francisco Neto

Player of the Match:
Dolores Silva (Portugal) [2]

Assistant referees:
Judit Kulcsár (Hungary)
Nicolet Bakker (Netherlands)
Fourth official:
Lina Lehtovaara (Finland)

Hungarian Football Federation association football governing body in Hungary

The Hungarian Football Federation is the governing body of football in Hungary. It organizes the Hungarian league and the Hungarian national team. It is based in Budapest.

Royal Dutch Football Association governing body of association football in the Netherlands

The Royal Dutch Football Association is the governing body of football in Netherlands. It organises the main Dutch football leagues, the amateur leagues, the KNVB Cup, and the Dutch men's and women's national teams.

Football Association of Finland sports governing body in Finland

The Football Association of Finland is the governing body of football in Finland. It was founded in Helsinki on 19 May 1907.

England vs Spain

England  Flag of England.svg 2–0 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
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Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda
Attendance: 4,879
Referee: Carina Vitulano (Italy)

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Spain
GK 1 Karen Bardsley
RB 2 Lucy Bronze
CB 5 Steph Houghton (c)
CB 16 Millie Bright
LB 3 Demi Stokes
CM 11 Jade Moore
CM 4 Jill Scott
RW 7 Jordan Nobbs
AM 23 Fran Kirby Sub off.svg 69'
LW 18 Ellen White Sub off.svg 79'
CF 9 Jodie Taylor Sub off.svg 89'
Substitutions:
MF 8 Isobel Christiansen Sub on.svg 69'
FW 19 Toni Duggan Sub on.svg 79'
DF 6 Jo Potter Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Flag of Wales 2.svg Mark Sampson
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GK 13 Sandra Paños
CB 3 Marta Torrejón (c)
CB 5 Andrea Pereira Yellowcard.svg 69'
CB 4 Irene Paredes Yellowcard.svg 31'
DM 15 Silvia Meseguer
CM 14 Victoria Losada Sub off.svg 73'
CM 11 Alexia Putellas
RW 7 Marta Corredera
LW 21 Leila Ouahabi Sub off.svg 89'
CF 10 Jennifer Hermoso
CF 8 Amanda Sampedro Sub off.svg 89'
Substitutions:
FW 17 Olga García Sub on.svg 73'
FW 19 Bárbara Latorre Sub on.svg 89'
MF 6 Virginia Torrecilla Sub on.svg 89'
Manager:
Jorge Vilda

Player of the Match:
Lucy Bronze (England) [2]

Assistant referees:
Lucia Abruzzese (Italy)
Chrysoula Kourompylia (Greece)
Fourth official:
Monika Mularczyk (Poland)

Portugal vs England

Portugal  Flag of Portugal.svg 1–2 Flag of England.svg  England
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Portugal
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England
GK 12 Patrícia Morais
RB 9 Ana Borges
CB 4 Sílvia Rebelo
CB 15 Carole Costa
LB 14 Dolores Silva
DM 11 Tatiana Pinto
CM 23 Mélissa Antunes
CM 20 Suzane Pires Sub off.svg 79'
AM 7 Cláudia Neto (c)
CF 18 Carolina Mendes Sub off.svg 64'
CF 16 Diana Silva Sub off.svg 87'
Substitutions:
FW 10 Ana Leite Sub on.svg 64'
MF 19 Amanda Da Costa Sub on.svg 79'
FW 8 Laura Luís Sub on.svg 87'
Manager:
Francisco Neto
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GK 13 Siobhan Chamberlain
RB 22 Alex Scott
CB 15 Laura Bassett (c)
CB 16 Millie Bright Sub off.svg 60'
LB 20 Alex Greenwood
CM 10 Fara Williams Yellowcard.svg 5'
CM 6 Jo Potter
RW 14 Karen Carney
AM 19 Toni Duggan Sub off.svg 81'
LW 8 Isobel Christiansen Yellowcard.svg 27'
CF 17 Nikita Parris
Substitutions:
MF 7 Jordan Nobbs Sub on.svg 60'
DF 3 Demi Stokes Sub on.svg 81'
Manager:
Flag of Wales 2.svg Mark Sampson

Player of the Match:
Toni Duggan (England) [2]

Assistant referees:
Maryna Striletska (Ukraine)
Oleksandra Ardasheva (Ukraine)
Fourth official:
Esther Staubli (Switzerland)

Scotland vs Spain

Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg 1–0 Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
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De Adelaarshorst, Deventer
Attendance: 4,840
Referee: Jana Adámková (Czech Republic)

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Spain
GK 1 Gemma Fay (c) Yellowcard.svg 40'
RB 17 Frankie Brown Yellowcard.svg 44'
CB 4 Ifeoma Dieke
CB 14 Rachel Corsie
LB 23 Chloe Arthur
DM 10 Leanne Crichton
RM 11 Lisa Evans
CM 6 Joanne Love Sub off.svg 73'
CM 9 Caroline Weir
LM 8 Erin Cuthbert
CF 5 Leanne Ross Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutions:
MF 19 Lana Clelland Sub on.svg 46'
FW 22 Fiona Brown Sub on.svg 73'
Manager:
Flag of Sweden.svg Anna Signeul
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GK 13 Sandra Paños (c)
RB 3 Marta Torrejón
CB 5 Andrea Pereira
CB 4 Irene Paredes
LB 21 Leila Ouahabi Yellowcard.svg 54'Sub off.svg 56'
RM 8 Amanda Sampedro
CM 15 Silvia Meseguer
LM 14 Victoria Losada
RF 22 Mariona Caldentey Sub off.svg 79'
CF 10 Jennifer Hermoso Sub off.svg 46'
LF 11 Alexia Putellas
Substitutions:
FW 9 Mari Paz Vilas Sub on.svg 46'
FW 7 Marta Corredera Sub on.svg 56'
FW 19 Bárbara Latorre Sub on.svg 79'
Manager:
Jorge Vilda

Player of the Match:
Caroline Weir (Scotland) [2]

Assistant referees:
Lucie Ratajová (Czech Republic)
Maria Sukenikova (Slovakia)
Fourth official:
Lina Lehtovaara (Finland)

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