Previous
Leicester City
Manchester City
(1) 1
(3) 1
FT-Pens
Manchester City wins 3-1 on Penalty Kicks.
Game Details
Middlesbrough
Burton Albion
0
1
FT
Game Details
Next
UzbekistanUzbekistan
South KoreaSouth Korea
0
4
FT
Game Details
AustraliaAustralia
South KoreaSouth Korea
1
1
FT
Game Details
South KoreaSouth Korea
PanamaPanama
2
2
FT
Game Details
South KoreaSouth Korea
UruguayUruguay
2
1
FT
Game Details

Australia to host Argentina, South Korea, New Zealand in Women's World Cup warm-up tournament

Matildas' head coach Alen Stajcic believes the Women's World Cup is one of the most open it has been with a number of teams having a good chance of winning the tournament.

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic has described the inaugural Cup of Nations as the "perfect" preparation for next year's World Cup.

The Matildas will meet Argentina, South Korea and New Zealand on home soil in late February as part of their build-up to France.

The mini-tournament will feature three double-headers at Jubilee Stadium in Sydney, Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane and AAMI Park in Melbourne.

"For me it's perfect -- different styles of play," Stajcic said on Tuesday.

It is a major piece of the puzzle...

South Korea's Lee Seung-mo breaks neck during promotion playoff game

South Korea's Lee Seung-mo suffered a broken neck during a promotion play-off between Gwangju FC and Daejeon Citizen
South Korea's Lee Seung-mo suffered a broken neck during a promotion playoff between Gwangju FC and Daejeon Citizen.

South Korean rising star Lee Seung-mo is expected to make a full recovery despite breaking his neck during a promotion playoff on Tuesday.

The 20 year-old Gwangju FC midfielder, who can play in a variety of positions, went up for a high ball after just seven minutes of the game at Daejeon Citizen and fell awkwardly, breaking three bones in his neck.

Lee, a member of South Korea's under-23 team that won gold at the Asian Games in September, was immediately unconscious and surrounded by concerned...

Korea Football Association bans Jang Hak-yong for life after match-fixing charge

Jang Hak-yong
Jang Hak-yong was found guilty of match fixing on Monday.

Ex-South Korea international Jang Hak-yong has received a lifetime ban from the Korea Football Association (KFA) after an attempt to fix a domestic league game.

Jang, a left-back who played five times for South Korea and more than 300 domestic games before he retired in 2017, was arrested in September and sentenced to 10 months in jail. After Jang's release he will be barred from participating in any football-related activities.

The 37-year-old Jang met Lee Han-saem, a player with Asan Mugunghwa...

Asian Cup favourites South Korea 'on the right path' - Paulo Bento

Coach Paulo Bento believes South Korea are continuing to make progress under his leadership after the side extended their unbeaten run with a thumping 4-0 win over Uzbekistan to enhance their status as one of the favourites for next year's Asian Cup.

Four different players scored for South Korea as they crushed the White Wolves in Brisbane on Tuesday, to improve their record to six games without a defeat since Bento took over from Shin Tae-yong in August.

"I think we're going in the right direction,"...

South Korea brush aside Uzbekistan as Paulo Bento stays unbeaten

UzbekistanUzbekistan
South KoreaSouth Korea
0
4
FT
Game Details

South Korea maintained their unbeaten start under former Portugal coach Paulo Bento on Tuesday as they thrashed Uzbekistan 4-0 in Brisbane.

Hector Cuper's side offered little threat to the Koreans, who will be among the favourites to win the Asian Cup when they travel to the United Arab Emirates for the continental championship in January.

Qatar-based midfielder Nam Tae-hee put Bento's team in front after nine minutes when his bouncing volley beat Uzbek goalkeeper Ignatiy Nesterov.

Fifteen minutes...