Matt Beard has been named as Bristol City Women’s manager on a temporary basis, as Tanya Oxtoby takes maternity leave.
With just over seven months until the Women’s Football Olympics tournament kicks off and the Team GB managerial role vacant, we take a look at who deserves to be the team’s manager.
Liverpool have announced that Vicky Jepson has resigned as manager of their women’s team by mutual consent.
US Soccer have announced a 27-woman squad for a training camp between 9-22 January 2021.
With 2020 having drawn to its conclusion, we turn our attention to 2021 and look at five burning football questions that are set to be answered within the next 12 months.
Everton Women striker, Claire Emslie has sealed a permanent switch from Orlando Pride after signing a 18-month contract.
Shelley Kerr has resigned as manager of Scotland’s National Women Team after failing to qualify for Women’s Euro 2021.
With 2020 drawing to a close, it is time to once again pick out stand-out stars as part of our 2020 XI from across both men and women’s English game.
Willie Kirk has signed a new contract keeping him in charge of Everton Ladies until June 2023, having guided the Toffees into top five of this season’s FA Women’s Super League.
Manchester City’s Lucy Bronze was crowned the Best Women’s Player of 2020 and selected in this year’s top Women’s world XI as FIFA honoured the stand-out stars of 2020.
Manchester City’s Lucy Bronze and Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp feature amongst various nominees for 2020 Best FIFA Football Awards.
The UK Government have announced that outdoor sporting events can welcome fans back and grassroots sports will resume next month.
Tottenham Hotspur Women have appointed Rehanne Skinner as manager on a three-year deal until summer 2023.
Matt Beard has parted company with West Ham Women via ‘mutual consent with immediate effect’ following a run of three wins in their opening ten games in all competitions of 2020-21 season.
Canada Soccer has named Bev Priestman as their new Women’s Head Coach, replacing Kenneth Heiner-Moller who left his position in June to return to Denmark as Head of Coach Education.