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Right, so it's now a 70 minute game, do not make the nervy start mistake again.

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This is my first match of the world cup and my first women's match for a while.

 

It's like night and day, the speed the women's game is evolving is pretty incredible.

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1 minute ago, Dudley said:

This is my first match of the world cup and my first women's match for a while.

 

It's like night and day, the speed the women's game is evolving is pretty incredible.

 

It really is, isn’t it? I hadn’t watched a women’s game since 2015 until this World Cup and I’m so, so impressed with how much the quality has improved. Imagine what it could be with decent investment!

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1 minute ago, Gabzy said:

 

It really is, isn’t it? I hadn’t watched a women’s game since 2015 until this World Cup and I’m so, so impressed with how much the quality has improved. Imagine what it could be with decent investment!

 

I actually saw these 2 sides play a friendly a few years ago at Stadium.mk so it's a fairly direct comparison.

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Lot of slipping going on - that shank of a clearance from the US defender seemed to be down to her standing leg going too.

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Yeah, ignore that we (mostly) want England to win, it's a hell of a game.

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Get down to your local women's games. It's cheap and it'll help the game grow. 

 

West Ham season tickets are £25 for example. 

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Just now, bradigor said:

Get down to your local women's games. It's cheap and it'll help the game grow. 

 

West Ham season tickets are £25 for example. 

 

I do appreciate Chelsea are now supporting their women's team to the extent they've bought an actual stadium for them.

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Just now, bradigor said:

Get down to your local women's games. It's cheap and it'll help the game grow. 

 

West Ham season tickets are £25 for example. 

 

I live by the London stadium, where do they play?

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4 minutes ago, dr_manhattan^ said:

 

I live by the London stadium, where do they play?

 

Rush Green. Nearest stations are Dagenham East Undergorund or can get there from Romford station both via the 103. 

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And Chelsea are at Kingsmeadow, better known for now as AFC Wimbledon's home ground but owned by Chelsea since 2015 as selling it then allowed AFC Wimbledon to finance building their permanent home.

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Presumably if England score again they'll celebrate in true American style by locking up some foreign children.

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1 minute ago, Dudley said:

And Chelsea are at Kingsmeadow, better known for now as AFC Wimbledon's home ground but owned by Chelsea since 2015 as selling it then allowed AFC Wimbledon to finance building their permanent home.

 

Will try and make it to Chelsea when they play Liverpool next. 

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The Americans seem to be going down a little easily now

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