Is it

coming

home?

We explore the reasons why England could be the newest Women's World Cup winners...

Solid foundations


Millie

Bright

Lucy

Bronze

Steph

Houghton


The Lionesses

are built on a

firm base

Solid foundations

  • Conceded just 1 goal in qualifying for France 2019
  • Went 688 minutes without conceding in #FIFAWWC qualifying (June 2014 - June 2018)
  • From 2007 to 2019 edition, Lionesses have conceded 6 goals in 34 qualifiers

Karen Carney

Part of the squads at

China 2007

& Germany 2011

Scored twice

at Canada 2015 🥉

World Cup experience

A number of the potential Lionesses squad have played at a global finals before

Jill Scott

Scored once at China 2007

Grabbed two goals at Germany 2011

Part of the Canada 2015 🥉 squad

Attacking prowess

Toni Duggan

Key part of Barça's run to UEFA Women's Champions League final


Fran Kirby

7 goals in 8 Women's Super League starts so far


Georgia Stanway

U-20 Women's World Cup 2018 adidas Silver Boot winner


Nikita Parris

Top English scorer in Women's Super League (16 goals so far)

They believe, after SheBelieves

England 2-1 Brazil


USA 2-2 England


Japan 0-3 England

Three big results against heavyweight opposition saw the Lionesses lift the SheBelieves Cup in March - fuelling confidence of a run for the title in France.

Players performing

on the global stage


Lucy Bronze &

Izzy Christiansen

at UWCL finalists

Olympique Lyonnais



Toni Duggan

at UWCL finalists

Barcelona



Rachel Daly, Jodie Taylor & Chi Ubogagu

are all starring in the NWSL in the USA

How will the Lionesses

fare in France?


They open their Women's World Cup campaign against Scotland on Sunday 9 June...

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