The FA Continental Tyres Cup will kick off this weekend with teams from the FA Women’s Super League and the FA Women’s Championship split into four groups: Group One and Two North and Group One and Two South. This will be our first opportunity to see Casey Stoney’s Manchester United when they take on Liverpool.
The Football Association [The FA] has today announced its new three-year equality, diversity and inclusion plan called In Pursuit of Progress. The new plan is part of The FA’s commitment, announced in January 2018, to ensure the diversity of those leading and governing football better reflects what we see on the pitch in the modern
The last time Annie Heatherson kicked a ball for Yeovil Town Ladies FC in a competitive match was back on the 20th May at South Shields, where she scored a first half goal, in the 2-1 defeat to Sunderland. But gleaming with a big smile and re-energised, Annie Heatherson has signed a professional contract, which
As well as preparing for their first year as a professional team on the pitch, Yeovil Town Ladies FC has announced a new Board of Directors to move the Club forward at this exciting time. Announcing the changes, Chairman Steve Allinson is confident that these developments reflect the strategy of growing the Club from a
Yeovil Town Ladies to welcome Arsenal to Dorchester in first league home game of season. The FA have published the 2018/19 season fixtures, which reveal Yeovil facing London Bees at The Hive in the Continental Tyres Cup on 19th August, before welcoming Crystal Palace to Dorchester Town in the same competition on 26th August. They
The fixtures have been for The FA Women’s Super League, The FA Women’s Championship and The FA Continental Tyres League Cup The FA has today announced the group fixtures for The FA Continental Tyres League Cup and the full fixture list for The FA Women’s Super League and The FA Women’s Championship for the 2018/19 season.
Yeovil Town Ladies FC are running courses over the summer holidays with a different venue each day of the week during August. A range of different topics will be covered, from passing, dribbling, shooting, goalkeeping, attacking, defending, plus more, with expert coaches on hand to make sure all sessions are fun. First team players from
The Football Association has today announced the final list of teams to compete in The FA Women’s Super League and The FA Women’s Championship for the 2018/19 season. The announcement follows the conclusion of the appeals process. The teams for the 2018/19 season are: The FA Women’s Super League Arsenal Birmingham Brighton & Hove Albion
Mo Marley has named a 21-player squad for the FIFA Women’s U20 World Cup next month. The Young Lionesses were drawn in Group B alongside Brazil, Mexico and holders North Korea for the tournament taking place in the Brittany region of France between 5 to 24 August. The group has vast experience throughout England’s youth
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