Thomas Wyer believes that football is failing women and discusses how and why we must fix it.
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Lisa Higgins assesses the state of the England women’s team ahead of the women’s World Cup next year.
Liverpool belittled the odds to defend their crown on a seminal day in the developmental journey of UK Women’s football.
With the finish line of a captivating WSL season fast approaching, where the title will reside in little over a fortnight remains in the balance.
Matt Carter assesses which nations still have it all to play for as the Women’s World Cup qualifiers reach their conclusion in Europe.
Matt Carter assess the developments in Europe since the Women’s World Cup qualification journey began back in September.
Darren Holland discusses the significant appointment of Helena Costa as Clermont Foot manager.
In a breakthrough for both peace relations and football, women from Palestine and Jordan met in a friendly match on Monday evening. The game, Palestine’s first on home turf, ended in a 2-2 draw in front of a capacity crowd at the Faisal Al-Husseini Stadium which can accomodate 12,000 supporters. Amongst the keen onlookers were […]