The FA announce new era for WSL and Championship

The Football Association has today confirmed the beginning of a new era for the Barclays Women’s Super League and Barclays Women’s Championship with the launch of a new visual identity and name change ahead of the 2022/23 season. The rebrand will also see the naming convention altered for the two competitions, with ‘The FA’ dropped

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Source: London Bees

The FA Women’s Championship Award winners

The 2019/20 FA Women’s Championship End of Season Awards see Aston Villa and Sheffield United claim two trophies apiece Today The Football Association has announced the winners of the 2019/20 FA Women’s Championship End of Season Awards, with champions Aston Villa and runners-up Sheffield United claiming the four trophies on offer. Blades striker Katie Wilkinson

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Source: Durham WFC

Durham Women Sign Northern Irish International

Durham Women FC have confirmed the signing of Northern Irish international Megan Bell. The exciting young midfielder becomes the Wildcats’ first summer signing as they prepare for the new campaign in the FA Women’s Championship. 18-year-old Bell is considered one of the most exciting prospects to have been developed in her homeland in recent years,

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Women’s Rugby League Weekly Round up 20th August

In the Women’s Super League on Sunday Thatto Heath St Helens hosted Castleford Tigers Ladies and the home side put on an impressive display to win 64-4. Thatto’s Rachel Thompson topped the try scoring charts for the afternoon with four, closely followed by Faye Gaskin who scored three. Charlotte Hill scored twice and there were

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