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  • Women 1 - 0 Everton Women - Match Report In our final fixture at Meadow Park in 2022, our Gunners returned to winning ways by defeating Everton 1-0 on an exceptionally brisk afternoon. A wonder goal from Vivianne Miedema was enough to bring home the three points but it could easily have resulted in a more commanding scoreline, had it not been for a host of near misses. Jonas Eidevall made just one change to the side that drew with Juventus, as Jen Beattie returned to the backline with Lotte Wubben-Moy, and Katie McCabe took the… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Eidevall delighted with defensive display | Interview | News After seeing us beat Juventus 1-0 in the Women’s Champions League, Jonas Eidevall praised his defence’s efforts to keep yet another clean sheet. For the eighth time this campaign we avoided conceding, which gave Vivianne Miedema the platform to snatch the all-important goal after 16 minutes to claim the three points. And Jonas admitted it was “no coincidence” that we recorded another shutout, and believes there is more to come from us in attack too, given the impressive number of chances… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • The best images from our win over Juventus | Gallery | News We took a huge step towards qualification for the next phase of the UEFA Women's Super League by beating Juventus 1-0, and you can see the best images of the night in our gallery. On a chilly evening at Emirates Stadium, Vivianne Miedema's well-taken goal on 16 minutes warmer dup those in attendance and proved to be enough to beat the Turin side, and ensure we remained top of the group, three points ahead of our nearest challengers Lyon. Our club photographer David Price was on hand to grab… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Miedema gives her assessment of our Juve win | Interview | News Vivianne Miedema scored her third goal in as many games to help us defeat Juventus at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night. Speaking after the game, Miedema noticed similarities to our last meeting with the Italian champions but was glad to take home three points this time around. "We're obviously happy with the three points. I think it was quite similar to the game we played in Turin last week. We went ahead one-nil, but Juventus turned it around in the second half again. They had a bit more… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Women 1 - 0 Juventus Women - Match Report We remain unbeaten in the Champions League as we saw off Italian champions Juventus at Emirates Stadium on a brisk Wednesday night. Vivianne Miedema's third goal in as many games gave us our advantage, but it was our defensive composure that brought home the three points home after Juventus piled on the pressure in the second half. Despite an early chance from Juventus that warranted an instinctive save from Manuela Zinsberger, we kicked off proceedings comfortably. Steph Catley came close… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Miedema: "Player safety is most important" | Press conference | News Vivianne Miedema has reflected on her period of personal leave and how much it helped her refocus in the wake of a relentless playing schedule. Our Dutch forward spoke to the media ahead of the Juventus tie, where she fielded questions on the Italian champions, her own time away from the pitch, and how we can best protect players as the women's game grows: on what to expect from Juventus this time... "We went into that game thinking that Juve was going to be a tough game considering the… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Every word of Eidevall's pre-Everton presser | Press conference | News Jonas Eidevall held his pre-match press conference ahead of our WSL match against Everton on Saturday. The boss fielded questions from the media on a variety of topics, including returns from injury, squad morale, and what he expects from the Toffees. on the good news on the injury front… Yeah, it's been good. We have Leah and Rafa, who are able to go back into the matchday squad here tomorrow, so that's obviously pleasing for us. We're starting to get players back from injuries and improving… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Gunners hit the training ground ahead of Everton | Gallery | News Leah Williamson and Rafaelle Souza returned to full squad training at London Colney ahead of our WSL fixture against Everton tomorrow. Our centre-back duo spent the entirety of October and November on the sidelines with foot injuries, but have stepped up their respective recoveries on the training pitch. As we prepare to host the Toffees at Meadow Park, our whole squad were put through their paces by our coaching staff. The best shots from training can be seen in our gallery below: This menu… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Wienroither nominated for WSL Goal of the Month | News Laura Wienroither's stunning volley against Manchester United has been nominated for November's WSL Goal of the Month. For our 23-year-old Austrian defender, who joined us from Hoffenheim in January, her volley from a glorious Katie McCabe cross was her first Arsenal goal. Her 73rd-minute strike looked set to give us the win against the Red Devils, in front of over 30,000 people at the Emirates, until late drama in the form of two set pieces saw the visitors take the three points. You can… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Eidevall: "It's a really long half time break" | Press conference | News Looking ahead to round two against Juventus in the Champions League, Jonas Eidevall is aiming to build on the positives from our last meeting. Speaking to the media ahead of the match, the boss said: “I expect a competitive game. I always think it's very interesting when you're playing a European team with this little time in between the games because now the tactical component of what the teams learned from the first game will really play a big part - in set pieces and in open play… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Everton WSL game to be streamed on Arsenal.com | News This Saturday, we take on Everton in the Women's Super League and you can watch all the action live from Meadow Park right here on Arsenal.com and the official app. Our Gunners will be eyeing a return to winning ways following a 1-1 draw away at Juventus in the Champions League and a narrow defeat to Manchester United at Emirates Stadium last month. It remains tight at the top of the table as Chelsea lead proceedings having played an extra game, with ourselves and Man United in hot pursuit.… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Maanum receives her second Player of the Month nod | News Frida Maanum has been nominated for Barclays Women's Super League Player of the Month for the second successive month. In our two WSL fixtures this month, our Norwegian midfielder bagged two goals against Leicester City and Manchester United to continue her fine form in Arsenal colours. This brings her goal tally in the league this season to five. Our Gunners secured another important WSL win against Everton at the weekend and you can now take a unique look at how matchday unfolded with… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Relive our Everton win with Access All Areas | Video | News Our Gunners secured another important WSL win against Everton at the weekend and you can now take a unique look at how matchday unfolded with Access All Areas. See brand-new angles of the vintage Vivianne Miedema strike that earned us the three points, as well as Leah Williamson's return to the field after two months out. Click play on the video above to go behind the scenes of our important victory at Meadow Park. This menu is keyboard accessible. To open a menu item's submenu, press the… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • UWCL Preview: Arsenal Women v Juventus | Match preview | News Tonight, we're back in Champions League action once more as we host Juventus at Emirates Stadium - less than two weeks after we last faced the Italian champions. Now we've played all of our Group C opponents at least once, it's time for the return legs. The scoreline could not separate the two sides in Turin last time around and our Gunners will be hoping to use our home advantage to secure a better result. Tickets for tonight's action are still available and will be sold until half-time. So… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Food Bank - Arsenal Women v Everton December 03 | Arsenal Women | News The Ashburton Army are organizing a Food Bank prior to Arsenal Women's game against Everton on December 03 at Meadow Park. All donations made will go to Mind Islington, a charity providing support to those who are experiencing mental health problems. The collections will run from 12:00 - 14:00 in the carpark opposite the North / East Entrance. The following items will be accepted as donations Christmas Item to give out in Christmas Hampers: Money donations will also be accepted. This menu is… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Gunners train ahead of next Champions League test | Gallery | News Our women's first team returned to London Colney this morning in preparation for our next Champions League test against Juventus at Emirates Stadium. Following the 1-0 win over Everton at the weekend, our Gunners warmed up in the gym before taking to the pitch, decked out in our latest training range. You can see the best photos from training in our gallery below. Tickets are still available for our clash with the Italian champions on Wednesday evening. This menu is keyboard accessible. To… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Tickets still available for Juventus in the UWCL Tickets to our UEFA Women's Champions League group stage match against Juventus on Wednesday, December 7 are on sale now. We drew 1-1 with the Italian side last month, meaning we still top the group after three games, two points ahead of our opponents. The game is an 8pm kick-off at Emirates Stadium - purchase your tickets now. A Club Level ticket allows you to enjoy the action from some of the best seats in the house, as well as receiving a complementary programme and half-time drink. To… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • The best photos from our draw in Turin | Gallery | News The points were shared under the lights at the Allianz Stadium as our unbeaten run in the Women's Champions League continues. Our Gunners put in a strong performance away from home, dominating possession and creating the lionshare of the game's chances, but we fell behind against the run of play in the second half. Some magic from Vivianne Miedema less than ten minutes later put us back on level terms, keeping us top of Group C after three games played. Our club photographer was pitchside to… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Eidevall reflects on our draw with Juventus | Interview | News Speaking after the match, Jonas Eidevall gave his assessment of tonight's 1-1 draw away at Juventus. The boss was pleased with us recording four points away at both Lyon and Juventus in the Champions League group stage so far, but noted that "mostly, we're happy with the performance today." "We have, of course, a lot of injuries and the players that we have at our disposal, I think they showed a lot of quality and a lot of heart and a lot of bravery coming here, playing our type of football.… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Walti: "We came back really strong" | Interview | News Lia Walti was proud of our team's performance as we came from behind to record a draw against Juventus at the Allianz Stadium. Speaking after the game, Walti was ultimately content with the shared points but that "based on the chances in the first half, we maybe should have won the game." "I think in the end, the result is maybe fair. It feels good because we knew that we just didn't want to lose that game. Ideally, we would have won it and I think we had enough chances." "But it's football,"… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Every word from Eidevall's post-match presser | Press conference | News Jonas Eidevall spoke to the media following our draw with Juventus at the Allianz Stadium, fielding questions on clinical finishing, our home leg against Juventus in December, and whether players' game schedule is too demanding. on whether we could have been more clinical in the final third... I think we could have won given the chances that we created, but sometimes football is like that. I'm happy with the performance, I think we came from a really tough game against Manchester United. I… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • The best photos from our victory over Everton | Gallery | News We recorded our seventh win in the Women's Super League following an entertaining display against Everton at Meadow Park. Vivianne Miedema bagged her first goal in five WSL games, by dancing through defenders in the Everton box and unleashing a stunning strike into the roof of the net, and Leah Williamson returned from injury for her 200th appearance for The Arsenal. Our club photographer was pitchside to capture all the action, and you can see the best photos in our gallery below. Leah… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Williamson: "You realise how much you need it" | Interview | News Leah Williamson made a triumphant return from injury in her 200th appearance for the club, as we saw off Everton 1-0 at Meadow Park. After two months on the sidelines, our home-grown defender came off the subs bench in the 68th minute to a raucous reception, with Katie McCabe handing over the captain's armband to cap off her return. Speaking after the game, Leah said: "Everybody knows how much I love Arsenal so if I can repay that and people are happy that I'm walking onto a pitch, I'm… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Highlights | Arsenal Women 1-0 Everton | Video | News Our Gunners bounced back in the Women's Super League to record a win over Everton on Saturday afternoon and all the highlights from our 1-0 victory are now available to watch. With her second goal in as many matches, a first-half blinder from Vivianne Miedema secured our 14th straight win against the Toffees in the WSL. Despite countless opportunities to extend our lead, including two beautifully-taken free kicks from Steph Catley and Frida Maanum, the scoreline remained 1-0. Relive Miedema's… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Eidevall targets our efficiency in front of goal | Interview | News Despite a largely pleasing performance to beat Everton, Jonas Eidevall is already looking at how we can become more clinical after we were unable to build on a 1-0 lead. In his overall assessment of the 90 minutes, the boss called Saturday afternoon a "well-deserved win, all in all." "Apart from the last five minutes, I felt it was controlled," said Eidevall. "I was happy with the performance but disappointed that we couldn't be more efficient and score the second goal. The last five minutes… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • WSL Preview: Arsenal Women v Everton | Match preview | News We head back to Meadow Park this afternoon for our penultimate Women's Super League fixture before the Christmas break, taking on a young and dynamic Everton side. Boosted by the return of Leah Williamson and Rafaelle Souza to the matchday squad, we'll be aiming for three points to keep pace with Chelsea and Manchester United at the top of the table, and to build momentum going into our three remaining Champions League group games. Those not at Meadow Park can cheer on our Gunners at home by… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Watch our WSL game against Everton live! | News This Saturday, we take on Everton in the Women's Super League and you can watch all the action live from Meadow Park right here on Arsenal.com and the official app. Our Gunners will be eyeing a return to winning ways following a 1-1 draw away at Juventus in the Champions League and a narrow defeat to Manchester United at Emirates Stadium last month. It remains tight at the top of the table as Chelsea lead proceedings having played an extra game, with ourselves and Man United in hot pursuit.… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Juventus Women 1 - 1 Women - Match Report The points were shared on an evening of missed chances in Turin as Italian champions Juventus held us to a 1-1 draw. A second-half equaliser from Vivianne Miedema ensured we remain top of Group C, unbeaten in our Champions League campaign so far. It was a dominant first half from our Gunners, both in terms of possession and attacking chances, but we were unable to convert in the final third. We started the game with intent and Frida Maanum got an early shot away after some neat interplay at… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Eidevall: "We are The Arsenal. We never give up" | Interview | News Following our first defeat of the season to Manchester United, Jonas Eidevall still found plenty to commend in our team's performance. "I was proud of the way that we turned the game around," Eidevall said after the match. "I told them at half-time that I didn't recognise us as a team out there in the first half, either in defence or in offence. I think we managed to turn the game around and we scored the two goals as a result of that. "Everything changes when you concede those two goals from… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply
  • Wienroither reflects on her first Arsenal goal | Interview | News Laura Wienroither felt "incredible" after scoring her debut goal in Arsenal colours in front of 40,000 supporters at Emirates Stadium. "It was incredible to score in front of a home crowd, in front of the fans, which was really nice. And also, my family is here so it's a good feeling." Wienroither's rocket of a strike looked set to give us the three points against Manchester United on Saturday until the visitors stole a win in injury time. "It's just a bit sad that it doesn't give us anything… arsenal.comFootballArsenal Football ClubArsenal Women Posted , no reply