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A Case of the Blues for Birmingham

A Case of the Blues for Birmingham

The unpredictability of the Women’s Super League (WSL) is perhaps best illustrated by the dramatic fall of Birmingham Ladies. With just one game remaining last season, three clubs were still in the hunt for the WSL title. What followed was a day of twists and turns that provided entertainment for the neutrals and agony for […]

Marta Vieira da Silva – From Victimised to Victor

Marta Vieira da Silva – From Victimised to Victor

The Women’s World Cup all-time top scorer. Five FIFA World Player of the Year awards. Eleven FIFA World Player of the Year nominations. Olympic silver medal winner. Golden Shoe at a Women’s World Cup. Golden Boot at a Women’s World Cup. Four Damallsvenskan titles. Two WPS championships. The list is seemingly endless. However, this is […]

It’s time to get real about Australia’s W-League wages

It’s time to get real about Australia’s W-League wages

Since the beginning of time as we know it, most women in the global work force have been paid less than men, despite the equivalency of job descriptions. Staggering statistics show that globally, women suffer from poverty more than men do, comprising 70 per cent of the world’s poorest, and own only one per cent […]

W-League’s Newcastle Jets soar to a 4-0 victory over Adelaide United

W-League’s Newcastle Jets soar to a 4-0 victory over Adelaide United

Last season’s wooden spooners, the Newcastle Jets, have made a shocking comeback this year, beating Adelaide United 4-0 at Adelaide Shores Football Centre on Sunday. Yet to boast a win this round, Adelaide fell to a sour loss against the Jets, missing out on a much-needed victory for their team this season. With the bright sun shining […]

Canberra United beat Sydney Wanders 4-1 in first W-League match of the season

Canberra United beat Sydney Wanders 4-1 in first W-League match of the season

Round one of this season’s Women’s League had Canberra United soar to a 4-1 victory over Western Sydney in Campbelltown on Sunday afternoon. Despite fears of low fitness and little preparation, the Women’s League has certainly proven itself as a worthy competition in the first 90 minutes of its seventh season. With a team of […]

The Final Chase for the WSL Title

The Final Chase for the WSL Title

With just three matches remaining in the current Women’s Super League (WSL) season, we take a look at the contenders for the title.   Liverpool Ladies   Liverpool LFC are the reigning WSL champions and under the leadership of manager Matt Beard are in a good position to retain it.  They are currently four points […]

Part 1 :  Gorgeous female footballers

Part 1 : Gorgeous female footballers

7. HEATHER MITTS Though retired she features on our list. The defensive player was a gold medal winner three times and one of the most successful American female football players ever. She has played for the US in more than 100 games! A real legend-ess. 6. ERIKÀ CRISTIANO A Brazilian international who is quick, agile […]

Super Sunderland – The Quest For Recognition

Super Sunderland – The Quest For Recognition

The prominence of Sunderland Ladies has perhaps gone unnoticed by a majority of football fans. With the emergence of the Women’s Super League (WSL) in 2011, 16 teams applied for a place including Sunderland. Unfortunately for fans of the Lady Black Cats, they were not selected. After the likes of Women’s Premier League champions Arsenal […]

London Bees – Identity Crisis?

London Bees – Identity Crisis?

The name London Bees is one I doubt many of you might have heard of. There’s a reason for this. They played their first league match yesterday. The history of The Bees is one fraught with change and while you might not know them under their current guise, you perhaps might know them as something […]

Sydney Leroux seals the deal for the US Women Again

Sydney Leroux seals the deal for the US Women Again

Nothing seems to stop 23-year old Sydney Leroux from serving up soccer skills and sealing the deal for the U.S. Women’s National Team. The USWNT faced bitter northern rivals Canada in yesterday’s international friendly in Texas. From kick-off, team USA outplayed the Canadian rivals with at least nine shots on goal at the half. At […]

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