- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

QPR Ladies renamed QPR Women

Queens Park Rangers Ladies FC will now officially be known as Queens Park Rangers Women FC. The change, which was ratified by The FA on Monday (11th June), sees a return to the club’s original […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

Trio join Liverpool Feds

Liverpool Feds have signed a former WSL1 title winner in Caroline Charlton and ​New Zealand U-20 international Eileish Hayes, while Jen Rogers returns to the club after six years away. Charlton played for Liverpool for seven […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

New home ground for Charlton Athletic Women

Charlton Athletic have announced that following their promotion to the FA Women’s Championship, they have signed a four-year ground-sharing deal with Dartford-based club, VCD Athletic FC. Leaving their home of several years – Sporting Club […]

- WPL (pre 2018-19 season)

Oxford United Women accept Tier 3 place

Oxford United have announced that they have accepted a place in the third tier of the newly structured women’s pyramid. United were unsuccessful in gaining a place in the new WSL2 for the coming season […]