The international window is always a strange time when you cover multiple leagues. Some leagues keep going while players are on international duty, especially lower leagues like the Division Slutspil in Denmark (Daniella Diaz) and FA Women’s National League in England (Silvana Flores). Most leagues shut down and restarted this past week, however the U20s are playing in some regions, which is why Flores wasn’t with Ipswich Town. Regardless, most of the Mexicanas Abroad got minutes and some were significant contributors to their teams.
Briana Woodall was an unused substitute for SPG SCR Altach / FFC Vorderland beat Soccercoin USV Neulengbach 5-1 on Sunday, April 17th. It was Woodall’s first appearance on the roster since suffering an injury in the 26th minute in SPG SCR Altach / FFC Vorderland’s 2-0 win over FC Bergheim on Saturday, March 19th. Altach are in sixth place on the table with 17 points, three behind Neulengbach and 20 behind league leaders spusu SKN Sankt Pölten. Altach’s next match is hosting FC Skiny Südbergenland on Sunday, April 24th.
Division Slutspil (Denmark)
Ballerup-Skovlunde Fodbold (Daniella Diaz) drew Solrød 3-3 on Saturday, April 9th. BSF slipped to second place, one point over Solrød and two points behind Damsø. Their next match is against Damsø on Saturday, April 23rd.
FA Women’s National League (England)
Silvana Flores was not on the game day roster for Ipswich Town with the Mexican U20 National Team, as the Tractor Girls drew Boswell & Robertson 1-1 on Sunday, April 10th and then beat the London Bees 3-0 on Sunday, April 17th. Ipswich Town are in second with 58 points, seven behind Southampton, who have clinched the FAWNL Southern Premier Division title and will play Wolves for promotion to the FA Women’s Championship. Ipswich Town’s final home game is against Oxford on Sunday, April 24th.
Division 1 Féminine (France)
Emily Alvarado played all 90 minutes in Stade de Reims’2-1 win over Soyaux-Charente on Saturday, April 16th. Reims are in seventh place with 26 points, three behind Montpellier and 29 points behind first place Lyon. Reims’ next match is hosting Saint-Étienne on Saturday, May 7th.
🕑 30 minutes avant le coup d'envoi de la rencontre, découvrez le onze titulaire concocté par Amandine Miquel pour cette 19ème journée de @D1Arkema face à l'@ASJSoyaux 🧐#ASJSDR #GoSDR #PionnièresEtAmbitieuses pic.twitter.com/mcrPTEVH8k
— Stade de Reims (@StadeDeReims) April 16, 2022
Eredivisie Vrouwen (Netherlands)
Anika Rodriguez was subbed out in the 89th minute for Janneke Verheijen as PSV lost the KNVB Women’s Cup Final 2-1 to Ajax on Monday, April 18th. Rodríguez assisted on Amalie Thestrup’s goal for PSV in the loss. Their next match is at VV Alkmaar on Friday, April 22nd.
Primeira Liga (Portugal)
Myra Delgadillo was subbed out in the 54th minute for Maria Leonor in Braga’s 7-0 win over Clube De Albergaria on Saturday, April 16th. With the win, Braga is in fourth place with 16 points, two behind CS Maritimo da Madeira and eleven behind first place Benfica. Braga’s next match is at SCU Torreense on Sunday, May 1st.
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— SC Braga (@SCBragaOficial) April 16, 2022
Liga Iberdrola (Spain)
Itzel González was an unused substitute as Sevilla lost to Real Sociedad 2-1 on Saturday, April 16th. Sevilla are in eighth place with 32 points, nine behind Athletic Club and 49 points behind first place Barcelona. Sevilla’s next match is at Barcelona on Sunday, May 1st.
Sofia Álvarez was subbed on in the 76th minute for Beatriz Beltrán in Valencia’s 2-0 loss to Barcelona on Saturday, April 16th. Valencia are in 12th place with 25 points, tied with Sporting Huelva and Villarreal and two points behind Madrid CFF. Valencia is at Real Betis on Sunday, May 1st.
⏱🔄 76' | 0-1 | CAMBIO en el #VCFfem 🦇
— Valencia CF Femenino 🦇 #ADNVCF (@VCF_Femenino) April 16, 2022
Kenti Robles was subbed on in the 75th minute for Kosovare Asllani in Real Madrid’s 1-0 win over Deportivo Alavés on Sunday, April 17th. Robles also played the first 45 minutes, coming out for Ivana Andrés Sanz in Madrid’s 1-0 win against Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday, April 20th. Real Madrid are in fourth place, tied at 53 points with third place Atlético Madrid for the final UEFA Women’s Champions League slot. Real Madrid’s next match is a Copa de la Reina quarterfinal match against Levante on Sunday, April 24th. Their next league match is when they host crosstown rivals Madrid CFF on Sunday, May 1st.
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadridfem) April 20, 2022
Pamela Tajonar was an unused substitute for Villarreal as they drew Sporting Huelva 1-1 on Sunday, April 17th. Villarreal are in 14th place, tied with 13th place Sporting Huelva and Valencia and most importantly six points over Eibar and the relegation zone. Villarreal is at Eibar on Sunday, May 1st.
Bri Campos played all 90 minutes as Umeå beat Vittsjö GIK 4-0 on Friday, April 15th and was subbed out in the 70th minute for Saara Katarlina Kosola in Umeå’s 2-0 loss to KIF Örebro DFF on Wednesday, April 20th. Umeå currently sit in ninth place with four points, one behind Vittsjö and Kristianstads and five behind BK Häcken FF, Linköpings FC, and FC Rosengård. Umeå’s next match is in Stockholm against Hammarby on Sunday, April 24th.