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?
With Arsenal looking at bringing in at least three new foreign players in the next window, are young English players getting a chance at the highest level or are they pushed away?
Before football ground to a halt, Vivianne Miedema had been having a great season and her stats certainly back that up, but will she lose all the records she set if the season never finishes?
The FIFA Council has decided on new dates for the postponed u17 and u20 Women's World Cup, previously planned for 2020 before the Covid-19...
Football is currently suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but that doesn't stop the business side of things and this summer's transfer window should see many ins and out.
I remember my first game following the Arsenal Ladies outside London very well.
The Covid-19 virus has created mayhem worldwide and obviously football is not immune to it. With all professional football cancelled until at least April 3rd, what does it mean for the FA WSL?
Rehanne Skinner's squad that included the core of the team that won a Bronze medal at the FIFA u-20 WWC in 2018 defeated a young French squad preparing for the 2020 u-20 WWC to be played in the summer.
There has been some recent criticism of the Arsenal manager and rightly so on certain occasions as the manager is judged on results, but I have read over-the-top criticism that does not make sense to me as I believe he is still the right fit for the club.
March is the month for the traditional Spring tournaments that are an important part of the women's football calendar.
The FA have announced that Old Trafford will host the opening game of the 2021 Women's Euro that will take place from 7 July...
The Gunners defeated Lewes 2-0 on Sunday with goals from new signing Caitlin Foord and Danielle van de Donk to set up a mouth watering quarterfinal tie against Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal Women are back at Borehamwood on Sunday to welcome Championship side Lewes in the FA Women's Cup Round 5, hoping to play a...
Phill Neville has selected a young squad for the SheBelieves Cup with a good number of players that won the Bronze medal the FIFA u-20 WWC tournament in France two years ago included.
As we enter the final straight of the 2019/20 season, there are problems that have been clearly identified, like lack of squad depth in areas, so where do the Arsenal need to recruit to build as strong a squad as possible?
Arsenal play Liverpool away on Thursday night in Matchday 16, a day later than all other games and with City and Chelsea both winning, the Gunners must win tonight.
Storm Ciara was not a friend of women's football this weekend as all Super League and Championship games were postponed for safety reasons, meaning a massive backlog of fixtures to be rescheduled between now and the end of May.
Arsenal teenage midfielder Silvana Flores, one of three siblings at Arsenal, has been named in Mexico's provisional squad for the Concacaf u20 Championship that double as the FIFA WWC u20 qualifiers.
Arsenal have probably said goodbye to their title hopes this season following another defeat to another contender, this time 2-1 away to City.
The French defender, Laura Agard, was interviewed by the website Serie A mon Amour and had some nice words to say about Arsenal and their chances in the Champions League.
The FA WSL transfer window is now closed, so let's have a look at the club by club review of the deals completed.
Arsenal are through to the FA WSL Continental Cup final after defeating holders Manchester City 2-1 at home on Wednesday night.
There was a shortage of upsets in the fourth round of the Women's FA Cup as only one underdog managed to go through to the next round.
Joe Montemurro's small squad policy was heavily criticised by some Arsenal fans following the 4-1 home defeat to Chelsea so I thought it would be interesting to look at how the big 3 teams are managing their players’ load and how they do the squad rotation.
Here are the latest disciplinary updates from the FA website with some well-known names among the leaders.
Caitlin Foord has said goodbye to her teammates and is heading for Arsenal before the end of this transfer window, so what can Gooners expect from the Australian international?