The COVID-19 pandemic forced several U.S. Women's National Team stars to seek consistent playing time outside of the United States, with England's FA Women's Super League a prime target. More than 20 years ago, before there was a professional league in the United States, one college standout also looked to England for consistent playing time. Tracy Osborn found it with Millwall, as well as a FA Cup.
Phil Neville discusses the 28-player roster selected for England's match against Germany.
Tobin Heath discusses her move to Manchester United in the FA Women's Super League and what drew her to United.
Steph Houghton, captain of Manchester City and England, discusses the upcoming FA Women's Super League season, the team's new signings, and adjusting to new head coach Gareth Taylor.
Jess Fishlock discusses her loan to Reading, her thought-process behind it, returning to play after injury, and more.
Katie Zelem and Amy Turner discuss the upcoming FA Women's Super League season and Manchester United's ambitions.
Kelly Simmons, The FA Director of the Women's Professional Game, discusses the state of the FA Women's Super League, including homegrown quotas, Brexit, COVID, expansion, and more.
Goalkeeper Hannah Hampton and defender Harriet Scott talk about the new FA Women's Super League season and how the team is adjusting to new Birmingham City coach Carla Ward. Plus, Hampton and Scott discuss where they are at in their football careers.
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.