Empty Basket
Your cart is empty
VAT: $0.00
Total: $0.00
Voucher Code
Total: $0.00

WWC 2015: England vs France

France take on England tonight in the opening Group F game. Mark Sampson will lead the Lionesses as their manager while Philippe Bergeroo will be in the opposing dugout.

Ahead of the France vs England match tonight we have taken a look at how the two sides compare:


Tonight is Mark Sampson's first World Cup match in charge of England. Making for a big debut. However, England will know that if they get their game right they would be able to make it past France. The hopes of the England side may well rest in Jordan Nobbs whose creative talents have been very much at the heart of Arsenal ladies this season. 


Have come up with big results during their recent games, namely their 14-0 win over Bulgaria. The side are currently ranked 3rd in the World and have a good squad all hand-picked from their domestic league. France's main threat will be Louisa Necib who has shown an array of skills and talents at previous competitions.

England and France are the top ranked sides in their group and both are favourites to qualify, the winner (of group F) may have to play Germany in the next round. So both squads will know they will have to improve their game match after match for a possible game against the Germans. But getting a win tonight will be a big first step.

Our Prediction: 2-1 England

What do you think the score will be tonight? Tweet us your thoughts @fitforfootball using our world cup hashtag #wwc15df.

To help you get prepared for tonight's game, checkout our Resource Centre where you can download our very own World Cup Wall Charts.

Share this Article
Cookies on our website:
By clicking "I'm OK with cookies", you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to deliver and maintain our website core services, analyze site usage and assist in our marketing efforts, including advertising personalisation. Choose "Cookie Settings" to pick specific cookies you're okay with or to change your preferences.
I'm OK With Cookies Cookie Settings ?