- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

Coventry United Upping The Ante

The forthcoming season sees Coventry United with a new ground, additional training and a girls’ academy. Coventry finished second only to Spurs in the FA Premier League last team and say they have been working […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

Derby County Sign Two

Georgia Hewitt (htlfc.org.uk) Derby County have brought in Kate Wright from West Brom and Georgia Hewitt, previously of Huddersfield Town. The Rams say Wright played a starring role for the Baggies last season and will […]

- WSL (pre 2018-19 season)

Neville Gets New Challenge With Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur have made Ashleigh Neville the second signing ahead of their debut campaign in WSL 2. Neville made 20 appearances for Coventry United last season, who finished 4 points short of Spurs in the […]


Top Two Clash In Welsh Premier Kick Off

Reigning champions Swansea City will travel to last season’s runners-up Cardiff Met, on the opening day of the Welsh Premier League 2017-18 campaign. Newly promoted Caernarfon Town and Caldicot Town will go to Cardiff City […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

West Brom Boost Attacking Options

  West Bromwich Albion have completed the signing of Harriet James from Wolverhampton Wanderers.The forward nicknamed ‘Hattie’ becomes the latest addition to Louis Sowe’s squad. James joined Stoke City in 2012, before moving to Wolves […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

Striker Sherwood Opts For Addicks

Charlton Athletic have signed experienced striker Emma Sherwood from Portsmouth. The Addicks say that well-travelled Sherwood adds a goal-scoring edge to first team manager Riteesh Mishra attack, as the squad continues to take shape. Having […]

- WSL (pre 2018-19 season)

London Bees Appoint Luke Swindlehurst

The Bees say new Head Coach Luke Swindlehurst is a former WSL 1 winner who is known for delivering quality and performance improvement at both club and community level. He brings experience and enthusiasm with […]


Eight High Performance Centres Selected

The FA has unveiled plans for eight Women’s High Performance Football Centres based at Universities across the country. A key role for the new centres is to support and drive The FA’s ambition to increase the number […]