2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
7-0-1, 2nd in FA Women's Super League
Chelsea's FA Cup win has manager Hayes purring...literally (1:00)
18h
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19dReuters

Chelsea striker Sam Kerr signs new contract

Chelsea forward Samantha Kerr has signed a new contract that will her stay at the club until the end of the 2023-24 season.

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29dReuters

Little leads Arsenal to 4-0 WSL win vs. West Ham

Kim Little scored twice as Arsenal thrashed West Ham United 4-0 on Sunday to make it six wins from six FA Women's Super League games.

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49dESPN

FIFA begin women's football advisory board

FIFA announced that consultations will be held with clubs, leagues and member associations "to take informed ideas to a broader audience."

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57dReuters

Arsenal keep 100% WSL record on McGabe goal

Katie McCabe scored one goal and made another as leaders Arsenal remained top of the Women's Super League table thanks to a 3-0 win over Everton.

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65dReuters

USWNT's Heath grabs assist as Arsenal top WSL

Tobin Heath provided her first assist for new club Arsenal as they thrashed Aston Villa 4-0 to stay top of the Women's Super League on Saturday.

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71dESPN

Man Utd ship six at home in defeat to Chelsea

Manchester United were hammered 6-1 by Chelsea on Sunday in the Women's Super League, continuing their winless track record against the side.

Gab & Juls back Emma Hayes' call for VAR in the WSL (1:14)
91d
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91dReuters

Hayes: WSL treated 'second-class' without VAR

Women's Super League players are being treated like "second-class citizens" due to the absence of VAR, Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said.

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92dReuters

Chelsea begin title defence with loss to Arsenal

Arsenal striker Bethany Mead scored twice as her side beat Chelsea 3-2 in a thrilling match to get their WSL season off to a winning start.

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109dReuters

Prem midfielders lead UEFA POY list for 1st time

Chelsea duo N'Golo Kante and Jorginho as well as Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne are in the running for UEFA's male player of the year award.

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115dESPN

Mbappe, Haaland lead UCL award nominations

Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland and Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe have been shortlisted for the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League awards.

McNamee: Lauren James had outgrown Man United (0:58)
136d
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136dESPN

Chelsea sign Man Utd trailblazer Lauren James

Chelsea have signed Manchester United striker Lauren James in a reportedly record-breaking deal for two Women's Super League clubs.

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159dAAP

Kerr, Fowler headline Matildas' Olympic squad

Tony Gustavsson has shown his faith in two of his most exciting prospects, with Mary Fowler and Kyra Cooney-Cross named in Australia's Olympic team.

RankingsFA Women's Super League

Goal Difference222nd
Goals Scored271st
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded52nd