2dEmily Keogh

Chelsea go top with win, take WSL race to last day

Chelsea are taking the Women's Super League (WSL) title race down to the final game of the season after defeating local rivals Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 to return to the top of the league table.

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2dESPN News Services

First Women's Club World Cup dates set for 2026

The first edition of the Women's Club World Cup has been proposed to start during January-February 2026, with the 16-team tournament to be held every four years, world football governing body FIFA said on Wednesday.

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3dTom Hamilton and Emily Keogh

Sources: Utd women not told of cancelled awards

Manchester United's women's team found out the club's end of season party had been cancelled via social media and news reports, rather than being informed by officials, sources have told ESPN.

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5dEmily Keogh

Sources: Miedema set for City after Arsenal exit

Vivianne Miedema will leave Arsenal when her contract expires summer, the club announced on Monday, with sources telling ESPN that WSL rivals Manchester City is her most likely destination.

Laurens excited by potential Miedema-Shaw partnership at Man City (0:39)
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5dShubi Arun

Utd's Williams post-cup win: We can lift WSL next

Rachel Williams has said Manchester United's Women's FA Cup triumph on Sunday does "mask over the issues" they've had in the league and added that she expects them to "change things" next season, suggesting her team could win the WSL.

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9dEmily Keogh

Spurs boss didn't expect FA Cup final in 1st year

Tottenham Hotspur boss Robert Vilahamn said he did not expect to reach Wembley in his first season leading the team with his side taking on Manchester United in the FA Cup Final on Sunday.


Chelsea spark WSL race with 8-goal win, City loss

A superb late brace by substitute Stina Blackstenius gave Arsenal a 2-1 win over Manchester City that re-ignited the Women's Super League on Sunday, throwing a lifeline to Chelsea in a title race that had appeared to be done and dusted.

Lawson: Man City let 'massive opportunity' for WSL title slip (1:51)
15dEmily Keogh

Liverpool women to move stadium next season

Liverpool will play their home games at the St Helens Stadium in Merseyside from the start of 2024-25, moving away from Tranmere Rovers' Prenton Park after six seasons.

16dEmily Keogh

Philosophic Hayes admits title 'done' for Chelsea

Emma Hayes admitted she believes the Women's Super League (WSL) title-race is "done" after suffering a damaging 4-3 defeat to Liverpool, crushing the west London side's chances of retaining the title.


Chelsea's WSL hopes hit in wild loss to Liverpool

Chelsea's bid to make it five Women's Super League titles in a row suffered a huge setback on Wednesday as they lost a 4-3 thriller to Liverpool, seriously denting the possibility of the west London giving manager Emma Hayes a winning send-off.

Why Chelsea's Champions League exit is a 'disappointment' for Emma Hayes (1:13)
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WSL: Bristol City relegated; Palace up for 1st time

A superb second-half brace by Mary Fowler set Manchester City on course for a 4-0 away win over Bristol City on Sunday that moves them six points clear at the top of the Women's Super League table, relegating Bristol City in the process.