The spotlight will be on the women’s game this weekend as the Women’s Football Weekend returns for the third time.
The National Football Museum in Manchester has opened a new exhibition to celebrate the life and career of Lily Parr,
Manchester City’s Women’s Super League title hopes appear to be fading while Chelsea inch closer to the crown after an
For the first time in their history, Manchester United Women are to play at Old Trafford. Next week the side
A brand new identity for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 has been unveiled by UEFA, which is coming to Manchester and
Emma Hayes, the Chelsea Women’s manager, has been linked with the vacant job at AFC Wimbledon after the departure of
Is Phil Neville a good manager? Will England, or anyone, ever reach USA’s level? Are parent clubs from men’s football harming the women’s league?
These were just some of the topics up for discussion at the National Football Museum on Friday night as part of the annual Football Writer’s Festival.
First-half goals from Nikita Parris and Ellen White gave England a winning start to their World Cup campaign against Scotland in their opening Group D match.
Remembering the Class of ’88: The epic tale of how Manchester City’s women’s football team grew and grew
Thirty years since Manchester City’s women’s side made their debut in Oldham, the team now share the same training facilities, corporate links and resources as the men’s team and feature in the same marketing material.
Phil Neville interview: England Lionesses’ World Cup win and rankings top spot on ex-Man Utd defender’s mind
England may have moved to a new high of second in the FIFA world rankings but newly-appointed boss Phil Neville admits it’s all about top spot for the Lionesses.
Defying a 50-year ban: ‘Long and varied’ history of women’s game explored by National Football Museum
There’s a story – unsubstantiated – that a woman may have introduced football to Brazil.