HomeFrauen BundesligaSonia O'Neill moves...

Sonia O’Neill moves to Turbine Potsdam

Sonia O’Neill moves to Turbine Potsdam from a Croatian side, ŽNK Split.

The 28-year-old played in Sweden for Husqvarna after finishing her college career in the US. Canadian-born midfielder, who plays for Venezuelan national team, later moved to Italy, where she played for Roma CF and Pink Bari. After spells in France and Scotland, O’Neill joined Split last year.

“I am happy and excited to be here in Potsdam. I’m looking forward to playing in the Bundesliga and bringing my international experience to a young and talented team,” said O’Neill, who joins Mollie Rouse, Adrienne Jordan, Amber Barrett, Noa Selimhodzic, Laura Radke, Martyna Wiankowska, Jil Frehse, Noemi Gentile, Mai Kyokava and Maya Hahn as the latest Turbine’s arrival.

Continue reading

Women’s Super League: West Ham beat Arsenal

In Matchday 13 of the Women's Super League, West Ham United upset the Arsenal and took all three points after overturning the deficit in the second half. The Gunners are now three points behind the second place, which is...

Frauen Bundesliga: Bayern retakes the lead

After Matchday 12 of Frauen Bundesliga, FC Bayern returns to the first place after win against Freiburg. The Bavarians took advantage of Wolfsburg's slip, which only drew with Bayer Leverkusen. Bayern are now 1 point ahead of the Wolves. Frauen...

Serie A Femminile: Roma win the top match against Juventus

In Matchday 15 of Serie A Femminile, Roma made a big step towards the first place in a regular season with a win over Juventus. An effective performance led the Giallorosse to 3-1 win and 8 point advantage ahead...