Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze: England have hunger to win Euro 2022 on home soil

Lucy Bronze believes England Women will head into Euro 2022 better mentally prepared than for any previous tournament.England are hoping to improve on semi-final showings in their last three major events when they host this summer’s showpiece.Hopes are high within the camp after a strong start to World Cup qualifying under new manager Sarina Wiegman, while the improving strength of the domestic game is continually exposing players to high-pressure situations.Right-back Bronze, the FIFA World Player of the Year in 2020, told the PA news agency: “I think for the Euros, as individual players, it’s probably the most the players have...
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Lucy Bronze opens up on how shyness has impacted her football career

Shyness and football is a curious combination. Football fundamentally depends on being part of a team, the constant presence of others and interacting with different people - on the surface, not the ideal environment for a shy person to thrive. But there also aren't many social situations where you can...

Lucy Bronze: England and Man City right-back determined to put 'frustrating' period behind her following knee surgery

England and Manchester City right-back Lucy Bronze is determined to put a "frustrating" period behind her and get back to her best after recovering from knee surgery. Bronze is training with the squad ahead of the start of inaugural Arnold Clark Cup, which sees the Lionesses host three other nations ranked in the top 10 in Canada, Spain and Germany.

Ellie Roebuck and Lucy Bronze return for England’s Arnold Clark Cup campaign

Manchester City duo Ellie Roebuck and Lucy Bronze have returned to Sarina Wiegman’s England squad for a four-team tournament with Canada, Spain and Germany.Roebuck and Bronze missed the last three England camps through injury and boss Wiegman has named them for the first time in her 24-strong group.Leah Williamson also returns after her absence in November for the inaugural Arnold Clark Cup later this month.But the Lionesses are without the injured Beth England and Steph Houghton, who continues to works her way back to full fitness after an Achilles problem.Wiegman said: “I am looking forward to playing against three world-class...

England recall Lucy Bronze, Leah Williamson and Ellie Roebuck for Arnold Clark Cup

Lucy Bronze, Leah Williamson and Ellie Roebuck have been called up by England Women boss Sarina Wiegman for this month's Arnold Clark Cup. The trio have been named in the 24-strong squad for the tournament. Bronze and Roebuck missed the last three England camps through injury and are included for the first time by Wiegman, while Arsenal's Leah Williamson also returns after her absence in November.

Lucy Bronze interview: How a ballerina inspired her return to fitness

There came a point last season when Lucy Bronze started to wonder whether the pain she was experiencing was all in her head. Every time she kicked a ball, she would feel a strange sensation at the back of her right knee – as if something was getting jammed. But every scan suggested nothing was out of the ordinary.

Lucy Bronze: Man City & England right-back's return from injury delayed

Lucy Bronze's return from injury for Manchester City was delayed when she was forced to withdraw from Sunday's game under test and trace guidelines. The defender was due to play her first match of the season following the knee surgery she had after representing Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics.

Lucy Bronze 'shocked but not surprised' at NWSL allegations

England and Manchester City player Lucy Bronze admits she is “shocked, but unfortunately not surprised” at the reports of sexual misconduct and abuse emerging from the NWSL. In a column written for GiveMeSport, Bronze detailed the extent of the impact these revelations have had on her, other players and women’s...

England without Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton, Ellie Roebuck for World Cup qualifiers

England coach Sarina Wiegman will be without Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze and Ellie Roebuck for the World Cup qualifying matches against Northern Ireland and Latvia. Wiegman announced a 24-player squad on Tuesday for the matches which features a number of young players including Jess Carter, Niamh Charles, Lauren Hemp, Sandy McIver, Ella Toone and Lotte Wubben-Moy.