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Er kristne tradisjoner og grunnverdier viktig for deg, eller lever et aktivt kristent liv?På Kristen finner du mennesker med samme livssyn, verdier og ambisjoner i kjærlighetslivet. Kanskje er det din tur å treffe den store kjærligheten, eller en ny venn?The match against Tennessee will be the first time the Courage take the pitch since being sold and transferred from Western New York in January.

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Two out of four UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarterfinal games will be available to US viewers this week: Manchester City vs. Fans in the US will be able to watch via My Cujoo, a legal (and free) streaming site that has historically live streamed a number of women’s soccer matches such as the U-17 UEFA EUROs, as well as lower leagues in both Europe and Brazil. Also at 2pm ET on Thursday, US viewers will be able to watch Bayern Munich take on Paris Saint-Germain thanks to be IN SPORTS Connect.

Carli Lloyd and Manchester City kick off against the Danish side of Fortuna Hjørring on Thursday at 2pm ET.

Full UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarterfinal schedule below: Wednesday, March 22 Rosengard v Barcelona – 2pm ET Thursday, March 23 Fortuna Hjørring v Manchester City – 2pm ET Bayern Munich v Paris Saint-Germain –2pm ET Wolfsburg v Lyon – pm ET Wales, Ireland and Norway national teams announced their rosters for upcoming friendly matches in April that all included some NWSL talent.

WALES: Jess Fishlock was named as part of Jayne Ludlow’s squad for their upcoming two-game series against Northern Ireland on April 5 and 7.

UNC-Chapel Hill- 6 p.m.- Wake Med Soccer Park, Field #3 Acting head coach B. Snow named different rosters for each event, with only six players that will be crossing over between the two. See below for the full rosters for both Portland and Orlando. (March 23-April 1) GOALKEEPERS (2): Casey Murphy (Rutgers), Bella Geist (Oregon State) DEFENDERS (7): Alana Cook (Stanford), Taylor Isom (BYU), Ellie Jean (Penn State), Tegan Mc Grady (Stanford), Kaleigh Riehl (Penn State), Gabrielle Seiler (Florida), Alexis Warner (Michigan State) MIDFIELDERS (7): Tierna Davidson (Stanford), Jordan Di Biasi (Stanford), Jaelin Howell (Real Colorado), Brianna Pinto (CASL), Taylor Racioppi (Duke), Michelle Xiao (Stanford), Sandra Yu (Notre Dame) FORWARDS (6): Simone Charley (Vanderbilt), Mallory Eubanks (Mississippi State), Tziarra King (N. State), Savannah Mc Caskill (South Carolina.), Ashley Sanchez (So Cal Blues), Sophia Smith (Real Colorado) U. Under-23 Women’s National Team Roster – Orlando, Fla.

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