Key observations from Chelsea's 3–2 extra-time win over Manchester City in the Women's FA Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. Chelsea captures the Cup for the second straight year along with winning a third straight FA Women's Super League title to complete the double for this season.
The fourth Manchester derby of the season beckons on Sunday afternoon as Manchester's United and City face off once again at Leigh Sports Village, this time with a spot in the Vitality Women's FA Cup quarterfinals at stake. This time, however, both head coaches will have the added obstacle of managing time for players returning from an international break filled with tournament play.
England winger Lauren Hemp could play in front of her hometown should she see the pitch in England's match versus Spain at Carrow Road in the inaugural Arnold Clark Cup. Norwich City, her first club, is ready to welcome her home.
Defender Abby Dahlkemper discusses her move to Manchester City.
U.S. Women's National Team defender Abby Dahlkemper made her debut for Manchester City in the FA Women's Super League and Rose Lavelle returns to the pitch after injury.
Manchester City defeated Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC, 3–0 (5–1 agg.) to advance to the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Lauren Hemp's opener in the 37th minute and Georgia Stanway's brace in the second half led the way for City.
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.
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.