The UK Government have announced that outdoor sporting events can welcome fans back and grassroots sports will resume next month.
Tottenham Hotspur Women have appointed Rehanne Skinner as manager on a three-year deal until summer 2023.
Matt Beard has parted company with West Ham Women via ‘mutual consent with immediate effect’ following a run of three wins in their opening ten games in all competitions of 2020-21 season.
Canada Soccer has named Bev Priestman as their new Women’s Head Coach, replacing Kenneth Heiner-Moller who left his position in June to return to Denmark as Head of Coach Education.
English Football Association have launched a new women’s football strategy branded ‘Inspiring Positive Change, which pledges to create a sustainable future for the sport by 2024.
England FA, Premier League, EFL, Women Super League (WSL) and Women’s Championship have released a joint statement expressing their commitment to getting fans back into stadiums as soon as possible.
Three-time Women’s Champions League winner, Lucy Bronze has re-joined Manchester City Women on a two-year deal after leaving Lyon at the end of her contract in August.
With the 2020-21 Women Super League (WSL) season set to get underway this weekend as Chelsea Ladies look to defend their crown, here are three reasons as to why you should tune into WSL this season.
Chelsea face a tough defence of their League Cup title after being drawn in an all-London group in the First Round of the 2020-21 Continental League Cup.
Wembley Stadium is to host a first-ever Community Shield double-header on Saturday 29 August as the Women’s Community Shield returns after a 12 year absence.
FA Women Super League (WSL) has announced the opening two sets of fixtures for the start of the 2020-21 season.
Chelsea have been crowned champions of 2019 FA Women’s Super League (WSL) with Liverpool relegated to Women’s Championship.
England Football Association have announced the termination of the 2019-20 Women Super League (WSL) and Women’s Championship seasons, with immediate effect.
As teams continue to settle into a new intriguing decade, we take a look at five promising players who could be England’s leading figures over the next decade.
Preview for Russia Women vs England Lionesses.