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.
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.
Departing head coach Nick Cushing reflects on his time at Manchester City and the growth of the FA Women's Super League in a lengthy interview.
Sally Horrox, former administrator with The FA, discusses the beginnings of the FA Women's Super League from the first feasibility study through league restructuring, and where the league is headed today.
Mel Lawley discusses her move to Liverpool, her recent call-up to the England squad, and looking beyond football.
Casey Stoney previews Manchester United's second derby clash with Manchester City, discusses upcoming signings, and talks about moving to a larger stadium.
Reading FC goalkeeper Grace Moloney discusses goalkeeping in the FA Women's Super League, pranks, mentality, and mental health.
While most of the headlines will focus on the attendance records set in the FA Women's Super League during the league's opening weekend, more focus should be placed on the quality on the pitch in all of the matches.
Midfielder Jackie Groenen returns to the FA Women's Super League as Manchester United's marquee signing. Groenen discusse what drew her to the club, bonding with the team, and the upcoming Manchester derby.
Reading midfielder Jade Moore raises questions about The FA's scheduling of games in light of the amount of time players have between club and country duties.
Ahead of the FA Women's Super League opening weekend, left back Demi Stokes reflects on the World Cup, growing the FA WSL, and the league's first Manchester derby.