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FA WSL and WPL Results 28 and 29 October 2017

This weekend saw a full fixture list of both WSL and WPL matches with league cup and plate games all taking place.  Results are below: Sunday 29 October 2017 – FA WSL 1 Manchester City Women               3-1         Birmingham City Ladies Chelsea Ladies FC                            6-0         Yeovil Town Ladies FC Everton Ladies FC                            0-2         Arsenal FA

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FA Women’s Premier League, Cup and Plate Results 22 October

Here are the results of this weekend’s FA Women’s Premier League, Cup and Plate matches: FA Women’s Premier League – Northern Division Blackburn Rovers Ladies                2 – 0                     West Bromwich Albion Women Leicester City Women                    3 – 4                     Stoke City Ladies FA WPL Cup 2017 – 2018 Derby County Ladies                      

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The FA announce restructure of top of women’s football pyramid

The FA has today announced plans which will see a restructure and new licensing criteria for the highest performance tiers of the women’s football pyramid. The announcement followed a detailed review of women’s and girls’ football competitions conducted for The FA by Wharton Consulting. It also stemmed from the work to build a sustainable and

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WPL Results 17 September 2017

Here are the results from yesterday’s WPL Northern Division, Southern Division, Northern Divison 1, Midlands Division 1, South East Division 1 and South West Division 1: Northern Division Derby County Ladies                       0 – 1       Huddersfield Town Ladies Guiseley Vixens Women                 3 – 3       Stoke City Ladies Leicester City Women                    2 – 2      

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Women’s Premier League 10 September 2017

Here are the results from the Women’s Premier League 10th September 2017. Northern Division Bradford City Women                    4 – 1       Wolverhampton Wands Womens Fylde Ladies                                      2 – 0       Guiseley Vixens Women Huddersfield Town Ladies             1 – 2       Blackburn Rovers Ladies Leicester City Women                    1 – 2       Middlesbrough Women Nottingham Forest Ladies             1

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Women’s Premier League Cup Results 3 September

The Women’s Premier League Cup Determining round took place on Sunday with teams from six different FA Women’s Premier League divisions competing. Winners will progress to the competition proper and joining Plymouth Argyle, who have been handed a bye, while the losers drop down into the Premier League Plate. Blackburn Rovers Ladies                  3 –

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Source: Claire Collinson

FA WPL Results 27 August 2017

With apologies for the delay, here are the results from Sunday’s Women’s Premier League matches: Northern Division Bradford City Women                    0 – 0       Nottingham Forest Ladies Fylde Ladies                                      P – P       Derby County Ladies Huddersfield Town Ladies             6 – 0       Guiseley Vixens Women Stoke City Ladies                             1 – 3       Leicester City Women

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The Women’s Premier League is back – Sunday’s Results

The Women’s Premier League is back and here are the results from the first day’s action on Sunday 20th August: Northern Division Blackburn Rovers Ladies                3 – 0       Wolverhampton Wands Womens Huddersfield Town Ladies             4 – 0       West Bromwich Albion Women Leicester City Women                    2 – 0       Bradford City Women Middlesbrough Women                

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Lewes FC launch Equality FC campaign

Lewes FC launches Equality FC campaign and becomes first professional football club to pay its women’s and men’s teams equally. Lewes Football Club announced today it has become the first professional or semi-professional football club to pay its women’s team the same as its men’s team, as part of its Equality FC campaign.  In an

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