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Allstars to face Sheffield
 Women's Football News 29 Jun 2015
Fifteen names have been confirmed for the Allstars team for the inaugural FA Women's Premier League Charity Trophy match against Champions Sheffield FC. 
The Allstars line up includes:
1. Pauline Cope-Boanas (goalkeeper, 60 England caps, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame)
2. Debbie Bampton MBE (midfielder, 95 England caps, captain at the 1995 Women's World Cup, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame)
3. Brenda Sempare (midfielder, played all of England's 1995 Women's World Cup matches, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame)
4. Kerry Davis (striker, ex-semi professional footballer in Italy, 82 England caps and 44 goals)
5. Gill Coultard (midfielder, ex-England captain, 119 caps, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame)
6. Tara Proctor (midfielder, 20 caps)
7. Marieanne Spacey (striker, 91 caps, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame, current England assistant coach)
8. Clare Taylor MBE (defender, also played cricket for England in the World Cup)
9. Karen Walker (striker, 83 caps, 40 goals, inductee into the National Football Hall of Fame)
10. Danielle Murphy (midfielder, 20 caps, was England's youngest player)
11. Sian Williams (midfielder, ex-Arsenal captain, ex-Wales manager)
12. Rachel Stowell (McArthur) (midfielder, ex-Fulham professional)
13. Vicky Exley (midfielder, scored for England in the 2007 Women's World Cup)
14. Jo Broadhurst (midfielder, made her England debut aged 16)
15. Alex Cottier (defender/midfielder, ex-Arsenal and Croydon player)
The match takes place at Stratford Town FC on Sunday 9th August and kicks off at 2pm. Admission is £3 for adults, £1 Under-16s and OAPs. 
The match is part of The FA Women's Premier League's 'Sound as a Pound - QUIDDIE' charity initiative, which is now in its second year. Breast Cancer Care is The FA's official charity partner.

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