A look at the complications that players, clubs, and leagues face in National Women's Soccer League loans and transfers to the FA Women's Super League during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goalkeeper Kirstie Levell opens up about her brother's death and her newfound focus on her career as she looks forward to a new journey after leaving Everton.
The transfer market has been quiet, largely due to uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean deals haven't been happening. Richard Laverty examines where the market is at right now and what to look forward to once travel restrictions are eased.
Rich Laverty reflects on covering the 2019 World Cup semifinal between his home country England and the United States, and gives a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to cover a World Cup.
A year later, forward Ajara Nchout discusses Cameroon's Round of 16 exit in the 2019 World Cup. It was a match overshadowed by some controversy, which Nchout reflects on here.
Thailand forward Miranda Nild reflects on her 2019 World Cup experience, including the 13-goal defeat at the hands of the USWNT. Nild also discusses where the team is in terms of support from the country's federation.
Janine van Wyk reminisces about her World Cup experience as a member of the South Africa Women's National Team that made its first appearance in a Women's World Cup in 2019. Van Wyk discusses the impact the Banyana Banyana's appearance in the World Cup has had on football in South Africa.
Kelly Simmons, the FA's Director of the Women's Professional Game, discusses ending the FA Women's Super League and FA Women's Championship seasons early due to the COVID-19 pandemic and talks about the plans for the 2021 season.
Goalkeeper Marie Hourihan has played for several teams in the FA Women's Super League but now plays in Portugal with SC Braga. Internationally, the London-born keeper plays for the Republic of Ireland. We caught up with the well-traveled goalkeeper to learn more about her soccer journey.
Gareth Taylor, newly appointed head coach of Manchester City women's side, discusses his appointment and offers insight into what's ahead for the club.
Now a dominant force on the international stage, Olympique Lyon has won 14 consecutive French league titles and four straight UEFA Women's Champions League titles. It wasn't always this way, however. The road to dominance started well before Lyon's loss in their first UWCL final in 2010. We look back at the beginning of Lyon's journey to dominance.