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Sweden hold on to pip England to bronze

Sweden ended their women's World Cup campaign on a high by beating England 2-1 in Saturday's third-place play-off in Nice, as Sofia Jakobsson's first-half strike proved to be the winner.

Women World Cup

England V Sweden - As it happened.

Join us for our minute to minute coverage of the Women's World Cup, where England and Sweden will battle it out for the 3rd place!

Primera División Femenina

England's Duggan leaves Barcelona

England striker Toni Duggan is moving on to a "new challenge" after announcing her departure from Barcelona.

Women World Cup

Carney speaks on upcoming retirement

England star Karen Carney is bringing her illustrious playing career to an end after the Women's World Cup.

Women World Cup

Horan apologises to Houghton for semi-final celebrations

Steph Houghton felt Lindsey Horan's celebrations on Tuesday were "disrespectful" and the United States star has apologised for her actions.

Women World Cup

England midfielder Carney to retire after Women's World Cup

Experienced England international Karen Carney will retire from football following the Women's World Cup.

Women World Cup

I know England will win a trophy - Bronze

Lucy Bronze is adamant England can end their semi-final hoodoo and win a tournament after their last-four exit to the United States.

Women World Cup

Rapinoe defends Morgan's tea sip celebration

Lianne Sanderson called Alex Morgan's celebration "disrespectful", but Megan Rapinoe claimed the reaction has been a storm in a teacup.

Women World Cup

Three things we learned from England v USA

The USA are in pole position to win the women's World Cup for the fourth time after beating England 2-1 to make Sunday's final, while the Lionesses miss out in the last four in their third straight major tournament.

Women World Cup

England women look to future after World Cup heartbreak

The feeling of crushing disappointment after a semi-final defeat is nothing new for England's women, who are left wondering when they will take that next step after being knocked out the World Cup by holders the United States.

World Cup

Lucy Bronze: The making of the Lionesses' World Cup star

Lucy Bronze was a standout performer for England at the Women's World Cup, but like Ellen White and co she suffered semi-final heartache.

World Cup

England's World Cup heartbreak attracts 11.7 million viewers

England's dramatic women's World Cup semi-final defeat to the United States was the most watched television event of the year so far in the United Kingdom, attracting a peak audience of 11.7 million.

Women World Cup

England closing the gap on USA - Neville

Despite a Women's World Cup semi-final loss to the United States, England coach Phil Neville thinks his team will bridge the gap.

Women World Cup

Did USA not risk Rapinoe as they were confident they would reach final?

Megan Rapinoe was not risked against England, a decision the United States may not have made had they truly feared going out.

Women World Cup

Morgan praises goalie while Neville rues bad luck

Alex Morgan scored what proved to be the winner but hailed goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher after her late penalty save from Steph Houghton allowed holders the United States to claim a dramatic 2-1 victory over England in their women's World Cup semi-final on Tuesday.

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