A Pictorial History

FOOTBALL PROGRAMMES

WEST HAM UNITED

Steve Marsh & Stuart Allen

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2019-20 Barclays FA Women's Super League

ARSENAL : Women's Super League

BIRMINGHAM CITY : Women's Super League

CHELSEA : FA Continential League Cup

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Brosnan

Simon (Kvamme)

Flaherty

Thomas

Baunach (Hendrix)

Longhurst

Galabadaarachchi (Lehmann)

Leon

Cho

Dali

Vetterlein

Rush Green

1 - 0 (Leon)

15 September 2019

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Boreham Wood FC

1 - 2 (Thomas)

8 September 2019

Brosnan

Simon (Kvamme)

Flaherty

Vetterlein

Baunach

Middag (Galabadaarachchi)

Cho

Dali

Leon (Lehmann)

Thomas

Longhurst

 

West Ham United’s 2019/20 season-opener ended in a 2-1 defeat despite a spirited effort at reigning champions Arsenal.

The Gunners took a two-goal advantage in at half-time courtesy of Beth Mead and Jill Roord, but the Irons struck back with a deserved finish by Martha Thomas.

Adriana Leon and Kenza Dali also hit the post, with the Hammers also seeing other chances go close.

Kingsmeadow

0 - 2

22 September 2019

Moorhouse

Kvamme (Simon)

Flaherty

Hendrix

Vetterlein

Middag

Cho

Longhurst

Lehmann (Kiernan)

Thomas

Leon (Galabadaarachchi)

London Stadium

0 - 2

29 September 2019

Att: 24,790

Brosnan

Kvamme

Flaherty

Vetterlein

Baunach

Middag (Dali)

Cho

Longhurst

Lehmann (Kiernan)

Thomas

Leon (Galabadaarachchi)

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Women's Super League

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Women's Super League

Brosnan

Kvamme

Flaherty

Vetterlein (Hendrix)

Baunach

Cho

Middag (Longhurst)

Dali

Lehmann

Thomas

Kiernan (Leon)

People's Pension Stadium

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13 October 2019

A clinical West Ham United performance in front of goal saw the Irons claim a well-deserved 3-1 victory away to Brighton & Hove Albion.

Having taken an earned lead in the first half after Martha Thomas’ clinical effort from eight yards, Kenza Dali’s penalty and Alisha Lehmann’s fine finish in a three-minute spell in the second meant the points headed back to Rush Green Stadium with the away side.

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Manager: Matt Beard

A valiant West Ham United effort was not enough for the Irons to hold off Chelsea, who defeated claimed a 2-0 victory.

The Hammers’ opening Continental League Cup match was decided by goals from Bethany England and Guro Reiten, while goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse made a series of stunning saves as well.

Martha Thomas went close twice in the first period, when the match was still a goalless draw, but the home team claimed the victory in the second period.

 

CHELSEA : Women's Super League

Rush Green

1 - 3 (Leon)

27 October 2019

Brosnan

Hendrix (Longhurst)

Flaherty

Vetterlein

Baunach

Dali

Cho

Middag

Lehmann

Galabadaarachchi (Leon)

Thomas

 

West Ham United lost 3-1 to Chelsea in the Women’s Super League on a disappointing Sunday afternoon at Rush Green Stadium.

Adriana Leon’s strike moments after entering the field from the bench had put the Hammers in front with half-an-hour remaining, but Chelsea managed to find the net three times in the last 20 minutes.

The loss sees West Ham slip to seventh in the WSL table, with six points from their first five fixtures.

2,122 supporters packed into the Rush Green Stadium, the highest total for a game at the Hammers’ home ground so far this season.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : FA Continential League Cup

Rush Green

2 - 2 (Dali, Thomas) lost 2-4 pens

20 October 2019

Moorhouse

Kvamme

Flaherty

Hendrix

Baunach

Middag (Cho)

Longhurst (Kiszkis)

Dali

Lehmann (Thomas)

Galabadaarachchi

Leon

West Ham United fell to a penalty shoot-out defeat at home to Tottenham Hotspur after a thrilling 2-2 match in 90 minutes.

Having gone two goals behind through Rianna Dean and Josie Green scoring to Spurs, West Ham had Rush Green Stadium rocking as both Martha Thomas and Kenza Dali scored in added-time at the end of the second half to earn the Irons a share of the points.

As per FA Women’s Continental League Cup rules, a penalty shoot-out followed, which Tottenham won 4-2, meaning the away side take two points from Sunday’s match while the Hammers must settle for one.

 

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19_09_08 Arsenal v. WHU Women 19_09_15 WHU v. Birmingham City 19_09_15 WHU v. Birmingham City TS 19_09_29 WHU v. Tottenham Hotspur 19_09_29 WHU v. Tottenham Hotspur TS

Arsenal:

Zinsberger; Maier (Quinn), Schnaderbeck (Nobbs), Beattie, McCabe; Williamson, Little, Roord, Evans, Mead; Van de Donk

Birmingham City:

Hampton, Mayling, Scott (Whipp), Harrop, Arthur (Scofield), Visalli, Grant, Jordan, Walker, Holloway, Staniforth

West Ham United women’s team were 1-0 winners over Birmingham City in their first home game of the Barclays FAWSL season on Sunday afternoon. A low first-half strike from Adriana Leon ensured that the Hammers picked up their first three points of the campaign at a sunny Rush Green. The win sees West Ham move up to 5th in Women’s Super League after two rounds of fixtures. There were 1478 Claret and Blue supporters that packed into Rush Green Stadium to watch the women’s team battle past a physical Birmingham side.

Chelsea:

Telford; Thorisdottir, Bright, Asante, England (Spence), Reiten, Eriksson, Andersson, Cooper, Cuthbert (Engman 69), Bachmann (Kirby)

West Ham United women’s team’s historic, first-ever match at London Stadium ended in a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur Women. In front of a 24,790 strong crowd at the home of West Ham United, the second highest attendance ever in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League, goals from Rianna Dean and Lucy Quinn meant all three points were secured by the away side. Matt Beard’s Irons were not without their chances with the likes of Martha Thomas, Adriana Leon, Kenza Dali and Kate Longhurst all going close on a frustrating afternoon in Stratford.

19_09_22 Chelsea v. WHU

Image courtesy of Graham Bryan

Tottenham Hotspur:

Spencer; Percival, Filbery, Godfrey, Worm (Neville 80); Green, Poplow, Furness; Graham (Addison), Ayane (Quinn), Dean