Liverpool forward Kirsty Linnett insists the players are “committed to putting the club back where it belongs” after she signed a new contract.
Philanthropist James Anderson has turned his attentions to Scottish Women’s Football after helping the men’s game.
Manchester City Women have appointed former Wales international Gareth Taylor as their new manager on a three-year deal.
Eni Aluko has endorsed former United States Women’s coach Jill Ellis as the person to succeed Phil Neville when he leaves his position as England boss when his contract expires in July 2021.
The Women’s European Championship finals will now take place between July 6 and 31, 2022.
Christine Sinclair became the top goalscorer in international football history earlier this year as she moved to 185 goals for Canada with her brace against St Kitts and Nevis.
FIFA has confirmed that investment worth 1billion US dollars (£804million) in women’s football will go ahead despite the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Crystal Palace Women goalkeeper Lucy Gillett says she suffered sexist abuse during the FA Women’s Championship game at Coventry United.
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes praised her “unbelievable” team after her 200th game for the Blues saw them record an emphatic 6-1 win over Bristol City.
Pauline Bremer scored twice as Manchester City beat Everton 3-1 to join defending champions Arsenal at the top of Women’s Super League.
England midfielder Izzy Christiansen is confident she can bring “a winning mentality” to Everton after signing an 18-month deal with the WSL club from Lyon.
Arsenal moved two points clear at the top of the Women’s Super League with a 3-0 win over Reading after Chelsea beat Manchester City for their 10th victory of the season.
Vivianne Miedema hit a sensational double hat-trick as reigning champions Arsenal recorded the biggest victory in Women’s Super League history by thrashing winless Bristol City 11-1.
Arsenal defeated rivals Tottenham 2-0 in front of a record FA Women’s Super League crowd of 38,262.
Attendances at women’s matches across the country this weekend are set to soar as part of a debut initiative from the Football Association.
England Women boss Phil Neville said he takes full responsibility for his side’s recent run of “unacceptable” poor performances.
England Women’s captain Steph Houghton jumped to the defence of under-fire head coach Phil Neville after Saturday’s historic fixture with Germany at Wembley.
Phil Neville says his England Women are getting closer to the levels of professionalism he wants, but are 10 to 15 per cent away playing the football he views as perfect.
Manchester United Women manager Casey Stoney has agreed a contract extension.
Ellen White insists manager Phil Neville has the full support of the England Women squad as momentum now builds towards the home staging of Euro 2021.