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  • Irish confident after EURO draw

    Republic of Ireland coach Susan Ronan told UEFA.com that she was “happy” with her team’s qualifying group draw and feels that they will “give a good account” of themselves.
  • Neto on tough Portugal draw

    Portugal coach Francisco Neto is expecting a “hard fight” to qualify for UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 after his side were drawn alongside Spain, Finland, the Republic of Ireland and Montenegro.
  • Neid reflects on Germany triumphs

    Silvia Neid has been part of all eight of Germany's UEFA Women's EURO triumphs as player, assistant or head coach. She looks back at those wins from 1989 to 2013.
  • Belgium aiming for second spot

    Belgium coach Ives Serneels admitted that her side will be aiming for second place in qualifying Group 7 after being drawn against England but feels that the expansion of the tournament gives them a chance of making it to the Netherlands in 2017.
  • Players look back on Women’s EURO 2013

    Part one of UEFA.com's look back at the most successful UEFA Women’s EURO in history includes the reflections of Nadine Angerer, Lotta Schelin and Stina Petersen.
  • UEFA Women's EURO story: Part one

    In the run-up to UEFA Women's EURO 2013, UEFA.com presents a four-part documentary on the history of the competition starting this week with the story of the early days.
  • Powell reflects on 15-year England reign

    Hope Powell helped revolutionise women's football in England during a 15 year spell as her country’s national team coach. She looks back on the highlights of her time in charge of the Three Lionesses.
  • UEFA Women's EURO story: Part two

    UEFA.com continues its history of the competition with a look at the 1990s, when women's football game of age and the tournament evolved into an eight-team finals with a group stage.
  • Sweden's legacy from Women's EURO

    UEFA.com's look back at UEFA Women's EURO 2013 continues by asking Victoria Sandell Svensson and other key Swedish figrues about legacy that the tournament will leave there.
  • Organisers' winning strategy

    UEFA Women's EURO 2013 comes to an end in Solna on Sunday with all previous attendance records smashed. Tournament director Göran Havik explains how they did it.
  • UEFA Women's EURO story: Part three

    In the third part of our history of the competiton we examine Germany's extraordinary dominance, finding out why from coach Silvia Neid and former players Steffi Jones and Inka Grings.
  • Angerer profiles champions Germany

    Germany captain Nadine Angerer, the hero of the final win in July, takes us through the winning squad in Sweden, from the three beauty queens to the "perfect daughter-in-law".
  • UEFA Women's EURO story: Part four

    The fourth and final part of our competition history looks at the contribution of Sweden, who staged the first decider and will be hosts again from 10 July for the biggest tournament yet.
  • Germany joy at sixth straight title

    ‘A fantastic team performance’ was how Nadine Angerer described Germany’s 1-0 victory over Norway in the final of UEFA Women’s EURO 2013, while team-mates Anja Mittag and Nadine Kessler were quick to praise their captain after she saved two penalties in the match.
  • Norway proud despite defeat

    Maren Mjelde and Marit Christensen both told UEFA.com of their ‘disappointment’ after losing 1-0 to Germany in the final of UEFA Women’s EURO 2013, before both speaking of their pride at Norway’s performance at the tournament.
 
 
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