While enduring managerial controversy, England Women enjoyed a successful 2017, lighting up the European Championships and World Cup qualifiers with standout performances and goals.
Arsenal Women struggled in 2017, failing to add to their trophy cabinet and missing out on the Champions League. But here are their three top performers who can hold their heads high.
When the FA WSL was formed in 2011, Arsenal Ladies were a dominant force in women's football and now they're a shadow of their former selves - what happened?
Continuing on with wallpapers dedicated to our amazing women's team, this time around, I decided to go with a set of phone wallpapers featuring several stars from the current team.
Just 21, Vivianne Miedema has scored 114 goals in 132 games. But who is this player who’s proving that the female of the species is just as deadly as the male?
Development team captain Anna Filbey was named in the Arsenal squad to face Liverpool, but the game was unfortunately postponed due to the weather.
Joe Montemurro is the "Melbourne boy" about to embark on a big adventure at Arsenal.
At the beginning of November, Alex Scott announced that she would be leaving Arsenal and retiring from playing football at the end of the season, so what's next for the soon-to-be former right-back?
The Arsenal Women are one of the most successful women's football teams ever, and certainly in England. We've put together a list of the five best players of all time for the side.
This weekend was the first proper winter league weekend where adverse weather was likely to affect the fixture list - and affect it it did.
We got amazing feedback from everyone after our Danielle Carter wallpaper last month (even she liked it!) so I decided to do more for our amazing women's team.
Over his three years' tenure at the club, Pedro Losa managed some good cup results, but had nothing to show in the League with...
Whatever Arsenal's struggles, turning down £60m for Alexis was the right call... provided they don't sell him in January.
Here are the key things we learned from the 5-2 defeat away to City on Saturday lunchtime that leaves the team struggling in the title race after just two games.
It's always exciting to work on a graphic for a new player, or a youngster who just started getting some recognition and becoming a star - but today is even more exciting!
Back in 2006/07, Arsenal Women won the quadruple, with Kelly Smith at the heart of their 44-game unbeaten run, featuring 42 wins, while being involved in a curious incident too.
Jodie Taylor has just been eliminatJodie Taylor has just been eliminated from the European Championships with England, but on a personal level she had a tournament worthy of praise.ed from the European Championships with England, but on a personal level she had a tournament worthy of praise.
Arsenal Women will see four of their players compete for the trophy on Sunday when the Netherlands meet Danemark.
Watching the Euros in the Netherlands with Jodie Taylor flying with five goals in three games while Anna Miedema struggles with zero in three, you have to wonder what Pedro Losa will decide ahead of the 2017/18 season.
A week into the competition let's have a look on how the Arsenal players have fared so far.
In our latest mini-pod about the U19 euro draw we touched on the subject of which Arsenal players will make the finals in August. Here are the reasons why I believe three of the six Arsenal Ladies will be on the plane to Belfast.
Mo Marley has revealed that Arsenal’s rising star, Rianna Dean, has a chance of making the UEFA u19 tournament in Northern Ireland this summer but hints that her inexperience might go against her.
With the 2017/18 season on its way, here are 10 players to look out for next season.
Jodie Taylor recently hit a brace for England, so we thought it was about time we took a better look at her..
Now that the transfer window has closed, we can review what business the Ladies did over the three month period.
As we enter another international window with England competing in the SheBelieves Cup, it's time again to revisit the old club versus country argument.
In this week's feature, we profile Alex Scott, the club captain, and one of the longest serving player over three spells.
This weekend, Arsenal celebrate Kelly Smith at Boreham Wood and you can win 2 tickets to the game
For this week's player profile, I chose one of my favourite current squad players, Carla Humphrey
As previously announced Heather O'Reilly will sign for the Arsenal Ladies and will stay for the Spring Series. Although it is supposed to be a...
In a new series we will profile the Arsenal Ladies players, from the past, present and those who will make the future of the team. We cannot start with a better player than Kelly Smith MBE who announced her retirement from football this week.
Sunday's home defeat to Liverpool could the final nail on the coffin for the Ladies' hopes of Champions League qualification. Should Pedro Losa go?
Pedro Losa's side maintained the Arsenal Ladies' tradition of bringing one trophy home per season with the club's 14th FA Women's Cup triumph on Saturday against Chelsea at Wembley.
Arsenal ladies suffer another home defeat.
by Sylvain Jamet Arsenal Ladies suffered their first league defeat of the season with a 3-1 loss at home to Liverpool. The Gunners stay in second place in...
Just before she turned up and scored the opening goal for Arsenal ladies against Bristol Academy on Wednesday night, we caught up with Carla...
The FA's decision to withdraw from competing in the Rio 2016 Women's Football Olympics has been greeted with huge disappointment by all the British...
The club is lucky enough to have two excellent goalkeepers vying for the number one spot. so who should be number one?