Is it coming home for the Lionesses? 

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 qualifie

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 Englan



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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