Arsenal scored some beautiful goals to beat Birmingham City and stay second in the league, putting the men's performances to shame
Arsenal are back in action in the league on Sunday with a potential banana skin against an ever-improving Birmingham City team.
The international break carries on and the situation is getting clearer with regards to the Euro 22 qualifiers. Here is where the Arsenal players are...
It is that time of the year when key Euro qualifiers land in the middle of a busy domestic season, so what Arsenal players have been called up?
The Continental Cup final games will be played this week and we should know the six group winners and the best two runner-ups by Thursday evening.
Arsenal need a miracle to go through to the Conti Cup quarter-finals, with a huge win necessary to have a chance to progress to the next round.
Arsenal responded to the United defeat last week with a fantastic performance against title holders Chelsea and were unlucky not to get all three points.
Arsenal go into their game against Chelsea looking to recover from the disappointing defeat by United and will be hoping for an improved performance from most players.
Arsenal's unbeaten start to the season came abruptly to an end on Sunday after a deserved 1-0 defeat to United. The Gunners drop to the...
Joe Montemurro has the opportunity to chose from 17 senior players and up to four Academy players for the key Manchester United away game in the league.
Matchday two in the Continental Cup group stage and it's already a must win game for the Gunners following the defeat at Chelsea.
Lewes v Liverpool in the Championship was a fascinating game that showcased high quality and entertainment in a league that is not spoken about enough.
It is a quiet time at London Colney as many players are away with their national teams so let's recap how they got on.
Arsenal are top of the league going into the international break after the perfect start to the season five wins in five games, topped off with a spanking of Spurs this weekend.
The international window is up this week and hopefully we won't suffer the same problems as the previous break when Jill Roord came back with an injury that has kept her out of the team so far.
Arsenal stayed top of the league on goal difference and ahead of the chasing pack of Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Arsenal were defeated, again, away to City after a poor 1st half left them with a mountain to climb so why are they struggling in big matches?
Arsenal won the North London Derby 4-0 and will now play Manchester City who won a tough game at Championship side Leicester 2-1.
The FA has finally clarified who is allowed to play this weekend as last season's Women's FA Cup restarts following the Covid-19 pandemic break.
This season there will be four North London derbies with the first taking place this weekend in the FA Cup.
This weekend has seen the first batch of the international matches with contrasting results for Arsenal's players.
With the FA WSL new season starting on Sunday, it is prediction time! Who will win the 20/21 FA WSL, who will be relegated?
The FA have disclosed the full fixture list for the 2020/21 season when Arsenal will try to win back their title
The UEFA Executive Committee has approved new regulations to deal to Covid-19 outbreaks while players are on international duty. Big teams could miss out on the tournament because of them.
English youngsters, Alessia Russo and Lotte Wubben-Moy, are on the market after leaving UNC and there is certainly a case for trying to sign the hugely talented players.
While men's football had a test event at the Amex in Brighton with 2 500 fans, women's football had a smaller gauge down the...
Arsenal's women went out of the Champions League, losing 2-1 to PSG Feminines, as they came short in the first game of the Final 8
UEFA have announced the squads of the teams that will compete in the Women's Champions League final 8 from Friday in the Basque Country.
Arsenal vs PSG Feminines in the Women's Champions League quarter-final should be an open game with plenty of goals.
Football with fans is back in France, so what was it like to attend a game with social distancing and more in place?
The FA have released the fixture list for the first two games for the FA WSL and FA WC 2020/21 season and Arsenal will open their season at home to Reading.
We are a month and a week into the FA WSL transfer window and, with a month-and-a-half to go before it closes, we have a clear idea where the teams are going this summer.
In a month's time Arsenal's women's team will be in Spain trying to conquer Europe for a second time following their 2006/07 triumph and ahead of that the club have released both the new kit and squad numbers, but is the squad big enough?
UEFA have gifted Arsenal, and most teams playing in the Women's Champions League final 8, a lifeline by allowing registration of players signed for next season 2020/21 in this year's tournament.
The Women Champions League 2019/20 tournament will restart and take place in Spain, in the Basque Country from 21 August to 30 August. The final was originally set to be played in Vienna at the end of May.
Now that the FA has announced the end of the 2019/20 season, it is time to look forward to 2020/21 with a start date set for September 6, but The FA made a number of poor decisions when they ended this season.
The FA Board have finally returned a verdict on the FA WSL and the Championship with all rankings decided by PPG (points per game) and Arsenal finishing third, but they can still get into the Champions League - if they win it.
Arsenal's French goalkeeper Pauline Peyraud-Magnin is on her way out as revealed by Daily Cannon and the website l'Equipiere and it does not come as a surprise considering how her situation evolved in the last year.
The young midfielder, Silvana Flores, has decided to leave the club following a successful season internationally that included a call-up to the senior Mexico team but no game time at all for the Arsenal first team.
The FA has, unsurprisingly, announced that the Women's football season in Tier 1 and 2 is now over, so what happens next?