Top Women’s Football Goals of 2019: Numbers 5-1

This year has been a roller coaster for women's football and has seen exceptional moments on and off the pitch. Emily Salley and Alexandra Ibaceta created this list to show a glimpse of the talent these women have displayed in 2019. Yesterday we published Nos 10-6, have a look here if you missed

“It’s a Fantastic Place to be,” The Almost Football Utopia

Women’s football is in a healthy state in contrast to the men’s football industry; it is not driven by a ‘the bigger the better’ money hungry mentality. FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship players still have a raw connection to the game and the interaction between clubs and fans

Reading defeat Chelsea on penalties to advance to Conti Cup quarter-final

Reading arrived at Kingsmeadow needing a win to qualify for the knockout stage of the Continental Cup. They drew 1-1 in 90 minutes and a 4-2 win on penalties saw the Royals get their first win against the Blues in their last ten meetings. Chelsea go top of Group D taking a

Manchester City Concedes First FAWSL Goal Away At Arsenal

Arsenal handed Manchester City their first loss of the the FA Women's Super League season beating them 1-0 at Meadow Park yesterday. The Gunners victory over Man City left both teams on level standings while Chelsea go two points ahead at the top of the table. City had yet to concede this