Women's Super League

Association football league in England

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Women's Super League: Association football league in England
The Women's Super League (WSL), currently known as the Barclays Women's Super League (BWSL) for sponsorship reasons, is the highest league of women's football in England. Established in 2010, it is run by the Football Association and features twelve fully professional teams.


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BBC Sport signs extended WSL TV deal for 2024-25

BBC Sport will show up to 22 Women's Super League matches across all platforms in the 2024-25 season.
BBC Sport - Published

Sky Sports agrees new deal with Women's Super League

Sky has agreed a one-year extension to show up to 44 Women's Super League matches - more than any other broadcaster - for the 2024/25 season
Sky News - Published

'I couldn't really speak about it' - a decision dividing the WSL

Lost earnings? Lost fitness? Lost opportunities? Lost time? The issues that Women's Super League players weigh up when adding to their families.
BBC Sport - Published

Brighton & West Ham play out drab goalless draw

West Ham and Brighton both claim rare clean sheets as they play out an uneventful goalless draw in the Women's Super League.
BBC Sport - Published

Shaw scores stunner as Man City extend lead at top

Watch highlights as Khadija Shaw scores twice for Manchester City during their 4-1 win over Liverpool which moves them three points clear at the top of the Women's Super League.
BBC Sport - Published

'Let them chase us' - Man City move clear of Chelsea in WSL

A thrilling Women's Super League title race is reaching boiling point - but who will be triumphant at the end of the season?
BBC Sport - Published

Ruthless Man City beat Liverpool to go top of WSL

Khadija Shaw scores twice as Manchester City ruthlessly dismantle Liverpool to move three points clear at the top of the WSL table.
BBC Sport - Published

Daly strikes as Villa hold Leicester to WSL draw

Rachel Daly's equaliser ensures Aston Villa stay above Leicester in the Women's Super League table.
BBC Sport - Published

'We have the opportunity to be chased' - WSL managers look ahead

The Women's League Cup final takes centre stage this weekend, but there are four key Women's Super League games too. Hear from the 10 managers in action this weekend.
BBC Sport - Published

WSL: Build-up to Liverpool v Man City & Aston Villa v Leicester

Follow live text updates as Liverpool face Man City & Aston Villa take on Leicester in the Women's Super League.
BBC Sport - Published

How to follow League Cup final & WSL this weekend

Where and how you can watch action from the Women's League Cup final and the WSL this weekend.
BBC Sport - Published

Leicester sack Kirk after relationship allegation

Leicester City sack manager Willie Kirk, who had been suspended by the Women's Super League club.
BBC Sport - Published

Debut Arsenal campaign has been 'tough' - Russo

Having been at the centre of arguably the biggest and most drawn out transfer saga in Women's Super League history, it was always going to be tough for Alessia Russo to live up to the hype.
BBC Sport - Published

Former England captain Houghton to retire

Manchester City defender and former England captain Steph Houghton will retire at the end of the current Women's Super League season.
BBC Sport - Published

Brighton boss Harris on unique journey into WSL

Brighton interim boss Mikey Harris discusses his career, how he ended up in the WSL and gives an insight into his personality.
BBC Sport - Published

Arsenal come from behind to beat Villa 3-1

Watch Women's Super League highlights as Arsenal come from behind to win 3-1 against Aston Villa at Villa Park.
BBC Sport - Published

Chelsea go top of WSL with win over West Ham

Watch highlights as Chelsea return to the top of the Women's Super League with a battling 2-0 victory over West Ham.
BBC Sport - Published

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