Manchester City’s Women’s Super League title hopes appear to be fading while Chelsea inch closer to the crown after an
Emma Hayes, the Chelsea Women’s manager, has been linked with the vacant job at AFC Wimbledon after the departure of
The Arsenal and Netherlands forward had another memorable season after netting 16 goals in 14 games in the Women’s Super League, and 10 in the Champions League.
Women’s Football Weekend: ‘Young boys have our names on their shirts… it’s unbelievable’ says Man City captain Steph Houghton
Four games this Sunday will take place in major stadiums, including Liverpool welcoming Everton to Anfield and Tottenham facing Arsenal at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in two huge derby fixtures, as women’s football bosses the English domestic scene while the men’s game pauses for an international break.
Stepping out of the shadows and into the limelight can make or break a player but Alex Scott believes Manchester City striker Nikita Parris is on her way to becoming England’s star performer.
The sky blues of women’s football recently became the first women’s club in British football to average crowds of more than 2,000 over a season – and it’s no wonder with all those goals flying in.
Steph Houghton is a player who has experienced nearly every high that football has to offer.
Manchester City Women midfielder Isobel Christiansen praised the record crowd inside the Academy Stadium as the Blues secured European football next season.
England women play their first ever match at the home of football against Germany and 26-year-old Houghton will captain the side in front of 55,000 fans.
Despite finishing mid-table in the league City’s highlight was reaching the Continental Cup final, where they beat three-times champions Arsenal to claim their first silverware as a club
United City: FCUM boss hails women’s football progress in Manchester – but urges extra effort to keep girls in game
Women’s football is making progress in the city – but more needs to be done to prolong girls’ interest in the sport, says FC United of Manchester Women’s manager Lee Sutton.