A brand new identity for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 has been unveiled by UEFA, which is coming to Manchester and
Claire Faram is determined to seize her chance and help England’s lacrosse team finally crack the podium this summer.
Steph Houghton is a player who has experienced nearly every high that football has to offer.
England women play their first ever match at the home of football against Germany and 26-year-old Houghton will captain the side in front of 55,000 fans.
Cross, along with 17 other players, will receive a pay increase and benefit from extra funding as part of a move by the England and Wales Cricket Board to professionalise the women’s game
Blues defender replaces Casey Stoney after already captaining England twice, in January against Norway and in Cyprus Cup against Canada