Latest FA Women's Super League News

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Chelsea lose Women's Club final to Kobe

PA Sport | December, 8 2013

Chelsea slipped to a 4-2 defeat against INAC Kobe Lionessa of Japan in the final of the International Women's Club Championship (IWCC) in Tokyo despite the best efforts of England international Rachel Williams to force a fightback. Williams score...

The FA WSL and ESPN's 'Search For A Star'

August, 20 2012

The FA WSL (Women's Super League) has partnered with global sports channel ESPN to find the next generation's sports TV presenter with the launch of national competition, 'Search For A Star'.

Blues pip Chelsea to win FA Women's Cup

May, 26 2012

Birmingham prevented Chelsea Ladies from following in the trophy-winning ways of their male counterparts by winning a dramatic FA Women's Cup final on penalties.

WSL: Arsenal Ladies claim inaugural title

ESPNsoccernet staff | August, 28 2011

Arsenal Ladies have continued their dominance in England after winning the inaugural Women's Super League title.

Arsenal 2-0 Bristol Aca: FA Cup winners

May, 21 2011

Goals from Kim Little and Julie Fleeting saw Arsenal reclaim the FA Women's Cup with a comfortable victory over Bristol Academy at the Ricoh Arena.

White revels in opening WSL win

Mark Lomas, Imperial Fields | April, 14 2011

Arsenal Ladies captain Faye White was delighted with her side's victory in the new Women's Super League (WSL) as the Gunners opened their campaign with a 1-0 win at Chelsea.

Vote for the WSL Player of the Match

April, 13 2011

It's Chelsea versus Arsenal in the opening game of the Women's Super League, live on ESPN in the UK. As part of the coverage we want YOU to choose the player of the match.

ESPN to broadcast first Women's SL game

ESPNsoccernet staff | March, 15 2011

The FA has confirmed that ESPN's first live FA WSL match next month will be the London derby between Chelsea Ladies and Arsenal Ladies.

FA announces eight clubs to play in WSL

ESPNsoccernet staff | March, 23 2010

The FA has announced that eight club will take part in the new FA Women's Super League, launching in March 2011.

Leeds Carnegie Ladies pull out of league

ESPNsoccernet staff | January, 10 2010

The FA has announced that Leeds Carnegie Ladies have withdrawn their application to join Women's Super League.

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