Source: MUFC

Manchester United 2018/19 Women’s squad 

Manchester United has announced the squad for the upcoming season in the FA Women’s Championship. The team will be led by former England International Casey Stoney in the club’s maiden campaign in the Championship. Casey commented “We’ve gone young, we’ve gone exciting, we’ve gone entertaining. I’m more than aware that we’re bringing 21 strangers together

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Source: Jed Leicester for FA

#WNL4GRENFELL Charity Trophy 2018

The FA Women’s National League is delighted to support The Grenfell Foundation and the Harrow Club in this season’s Charity Trophy on Sunday 12th August at The Hive, home to Barnet FC. The event will see an FA WNL Select Team take on a host of Ex-England AllStars managed by former Arsenal Ladies legend Vic

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Source: Crystal Palace Ladies FC

Crystal Palace Ladies awarded place in FA Women’s Championship

The Football Association has today confirmed that Crystal Palace Ladies have been awarded a position in The FA Women’s Championship for the 2018/19 season. In addition, Doncaster Rovers Belles LFC has requested to withdraw from The FA Women’s Championship and will join Sheffield FC Ladies in Tier 3, The FA Women’s National League, for the

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Steph Houghton to miss Friday’s World Cup qualifier

Steph Houghton has sustained an injury to her right knee and will be undergoing surgery this week to treat it. Izzy Christiansen and Jordan Nobbs have also withdrawn from the England squad due to minor thigh and foot injuries respectively. Both players will return to their clubs and play no part in Friday’s FIFA Women’s

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20th annual FA Women’s Football Awards

The 20th Annual FA Women’s Football Awards celebrated the very best of women’s football including grassroots, domestic and international football. The full list of winners is: Vauxhall England Women’s Player of the Year – Ellen White Vauxhall England Women’s Young Player of the Year – Beth Mead The Telegraph FA WSL 1 Goal of the Year

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