England's Football Association seeks to keep gains in women's game despite scrapping Women’s Super League season
Runners-up when the season was paused, champions without playing again. It's little surprise Chelsea were fine with the Women’s Super League season being curtailed.
Chelsea crowned winners of Women’s Super League on point-per-game basis; Aston Villa win second-tier Championship
Chelsea were awarded the Women’s Super League title and Aston Villa were declared the winners of the second-tier Women’s Championship by England’s Football Association (FA) on Friday after the season was ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA Women's Super League cancelled following 'overwhelming feedback from the clubs'
The Football Association says a decision was taken to end the Women’s Super League with immediate effect following “overwhelming feedback from the clubs” and to give them the chance to “prepare and focus on next season
Women's Super League should be decided on points-per-game with relegation scrapped, says Brighton manager Hope Powell
The Women’s Super League (WSL) season should be decided on a points-per-game basis with relegation scrapped, according to Brighton and Hove Albion manager Hope Powell.
Coronavirus Outbreak: FA in talks with Women’s Super League, Women’s Championship clubs about ending season
Manchester City were top of the FA WSL table, one point ahead of second-placed Chelsea, with Liverpool bottom when matches were suspended. Aston Villa were six points clear at the top of the Women’s Championship
Coronavirus pandemic: Wayne Rooney slams England football authorities for delaying suspension of matches in country
The Premier League, English Football League, Women’s Super League and men and women’s FA Cup competitions were suspended on Friday following an emergency meeting sparked by Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta testing positive for the virus a day earlier.
Women's Super League: Beth England, Maren Mjelde score in quick succession as Chelsea come back to beat Manchester City
The City rearguard, which had only conceded once all season, was finally breached when Chelsea star England headed home from close range in the 79th minute, with Mjelde bundling the ball over the line for the winner two minutes later
Women's Super League: Manchester City women beat United 1-0 in front of record 31,213 fans at Etihad Stadium
The previous record attendance for a WSL game was 5,265 for Arsenal’s title-winning clash at Brighton & Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium in April.
England Football Association to broadcast all Women's Super League matches on free international streaming service
The WSL season starts on 7 September with the first women's Manchester derby between City and newly promoted United. Since that game is live domestically on the BT Sport channel, only audio will be broadcast in the UK on the FA Player but the video feed will be available on the app in the rest of the world
Women’s World T20 2018: Importance of domestic leagues, widening gap between top and bottom, other key takeaways
The success of swing bowlers, Australia and England reaping the benefits of domestic leagues, boisterous and passionate crowds and other talking points from the Women's World T20
Football referee suspended for three weeks for using 'rock, paper, scissors' instead of coin toss in Women's Super League match
The FA announced that referee David McNamara had accepted a charge of not acting in the best interests of the game prior to a WSL match between Manchester City and Reading.
An ECB statement issued Thursday said the competitions would take place in a five-week block in the middle of the season.
Manchester United to form female professional team, apply to Football Association to join Women’s Super League
Manchester United have been widely criticised for not having an adult women’s team while other leading clubs running sides in Super League One.
BCCI is all set to give green light to the likes of Mithali Raj, Jhulan Goswami being allowed to play in tournaments like Women's Big Bash League (WBBL).
IPL would be fantastic for our game: Women cricketers want more leagues after Big Bash and Super League
Captains of women's cricket power houses, England and Australia, want the BCCI to start the female version of the Indian Premier League on the lines of the newly-launched Big Bash League.