Sunday’s posts will be published just before the final…
It’s match day!
Today’s game is at 4pm between the Lionesses and the other semi-final losers.
It’s not the match we wanted, but let’s finish with a win – c’mon Lionesses!
Karen made her England debut in 2005 and has scored 32 goals. If she plays today it will be cap number 144 – only Farah Williams has made more appearances for the national team.
I wasn’t good at school, so I wouldn’t have gone to university. I’m so grateful for football and I don’t know where I would be without it.
The winner will receive their very own Kick It Out t-shirt and an Ultimate Football Heroes book about Messi, along with Kick It Out and Everycolour badges.
I like that football because it is fun and is not just about kicking a ball. It is enjoying yourself and it keeps children off the Xbox and Playstation.
My dislike about football is that when lose a match they make a big fuss.
The winner will receive their very own Premier League football and an Ultimate Football Heroes book about Ronaldo, along with Kick It Out and Everycolour badges.
Discrimination can really hurt and affect people and make them feel unwanted. Even if you think it won’t make them upset, it can really make them feel alone and that nobody likes them.
It does not matter what colour we have or where we come from, we are all equal on the inside.
“Kickaround is easy to read as it is child-friendly. It gives interesting facts about teams and especially players. The games are fun and mind boggling.”
“My favourite article was about the title race – I am a Liverpool fan and I really wanted them to win. I give Kickaround 5 out of 5.”