A look back at Everton's historic FA Cup win over Arsenal. Then Everton coach Mo Marley and Natasha Dowie, who scored the extra-time game-winner, recall the 3-2 win over a heavily favored and undefeated Arsenal squad.
Durham defender Becky Salicki discusses the club's biggest match yet against Chelsea in the quarterfinal round of the 2019 FA Women's Cup.
Chelsea opened up the FA Women's Super League season with a 2–0 win over Manchester City in the Women's FA Community Shield, which returned after a 12-year hiatus.
From Wimbledon beating Liverpool to Hereford beating Newcastle to Bradford beating Chelsea, there’s nothing quite like a David versus Goliath. The Women’s FA Cup has had its fair share of romance, too, and this weekend sees fourth-tier Crawley Wasps face 14-time winners Arsenal. An Arsenal that has record-breaking Vivianne Miedema, the world-class Kim Little, the composed young defender Leah Williamson, and a host of internationals and top young talents to boot. The Wasps were formed 27 years ago and have only ever been a women’s football club. It’s a name which the locals hold dear, a brand which has become synonymous with the side, noticeable in their black-and-yellow striped shirts. Last year they were as low as the fifth tier of English football before earning promotion and the side has a good chance of back-to-back promotions, largely thanks to the efforts of committed manager/chairman Paul Walker.
Matt Beard said he's proud of what his team has managed to create in less than 12 months as a professional football club despite a 3–0 defeat to Manchester Saturday in the 2019 FA Cup final.
It was Doncaster Belles’ big day: back where many, even those outside the club, believe they should have always been...
Fourth-tier Actonians look to build off the FA Cup run it made last year. It won't be easy as this look at what life is like for a pay-to-play club trying to make a magical cup run attests.
A look at upstart Ipswich Town as the club prepares to go up against giants Manchester City in FA Cup action.
French novelist Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr is probably not the most well-known figure in the history of the universe and certainly...
Manchester City manager Nick Cushing praised his players for the resilience they have shown all season after his side clinched a domestic cup double with a 3-0 victory over West Ham United at Wembley.
Manchester City sealed a domestic cup double with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over West Ham United.
Manchester City has the chance to wrap up a cup double when they face West Ham United in the FA Cup final this Saturday after beating Joe Montemurro's Gunners in the Continental Cup final back in February. Ahead of the final, City manager Nick Cushing said he was "proud" of his side's efforts this season despite missing out on a second FA Women's Super League title to Arsenal.