Parker was responding on Twitter to the Hammers' announcement that their men's under-18s team will play their FA Youth Cup semi-final at the stadium next week. West Ham are currently seventh in the Women's Super League and reached the semi-finals of the Continental Cup earlier this season, where they were beaten 7-0 by Chelsea. According to sources it is a key objective of West Ham's new-look women's team board to host a fixture at the London Stadium - a ground the club does not own. Earlier this month West Ham announced vice-chair Karren Brady, along with fellow board member Tara Warren and director of ticketing Nicola Keye, had been appointed as directors of the women's team.
Here, Planet Sport assesses what is at stake for involved clubs. Gunners have title in sight A first Premier League crown in 19 years is Arsenal's to lose as they sit eight points clear of Manchester City in a two-horse title race with 10 games to play. Pep Guardiola's defending champions have a game in hand and face Mikel Arteta's side at the Etihad Stadium on April 26 in what could prove to be a pivotal fixture.
Scotland defeated Spain 2-0 in the Euro 2024 qualifier at Hampden Park.