For Helen Ward, it’s too late to undo the injustices she faced. But in speaking out, she exposes some ugly truths that need addressing, and she helps pave the way for those who follow in her footsteps.
With Emma Byrne released by the club at the end of her contract, why not take a gamble on the superstar goalkeeper, Hope Solo?
After our interview with Arsenal photographer, David Price, recently, it got us thinking: Do the women’s side have their own ‘tog and, if not, why not?
A group of West Ham fans allegedly targeted a woman on Wednesday night and subjected her to sexist chants while the match played out.
Why it’s popular for gambling operators to sponsor football shirts and how football clubs and gambling operators are the perfect partnership!
With the England u21 squad named for the Nordic Cup, we were treated to the usual behind-closed-doors sign for this well known u23 international tournament, adding to fans' frustrations.
Imagine a football world where your place in the top league is decided by your pitch facilities, marketing and budget size, not on the football results. Welcome to the FA WSL.
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?
Martin Samuel in the Daily Mail football section complains the Women’s Super League just isn’t super enough to warrant coverage in a national newspaper.
The FA has announced that they will disclose the teams with a successful bid for the 2018/19 season on Sunday.
Arsenal Ladies have signed the Dutch forward from FC Bayern Munchen and once again, we have to wonder why the club is piling up players again in certain positions.
Arsenal beat West Ham 2-1 to start the season the same way as the last one ended - at the top of the league but what did the starting XI tell us about the squad?
The news that the Arsenal Ladies' youth teams cup finals will be both played at St George's Park means no Arsenal fans will be...
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.
Hope Solo could be available for free in six months time, should Arsenal make a move for her?
With the Champions League group stage draw upon us, we ask the annual question - can Arsenal even win this thing?
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...
Arsenal Women are absolutely flying this season having just put five past the reigning Champions, Chelsea, away from home. So who is the manager that looks to have the team back on track?
Throughout the years Arsenal have lost many players who went to the USA to study and play, starting with the one and only Kelly Smith who went to Seton Hall.
Following Carla Humphrey's season loan move to Doncaster Rover Belles, it looks quite obvious that the coach nearly never played her in her best...
As Arsenal get ready for their second league game of the season against Manchester City, we take a look at what we learned from their opening day win over Birmingham City last weekend.
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?
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?
A look at some of the accusations levelled at female football fans and the truth behind them.
Sunday's 3-0 away defeat to Birmingham City Ladies means there is not much hope of Champions League football next season, with a cup double now the main target for the team.
The FA WSL transfer window will reopen from the 3rd - 30th of June. This transfer window is mainly used to make adjustments on the squads. Let's have a look at what could happen for the Arsenal Ladies.
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.
With this week's Arsenal ladies' profile, we have another up-and-coming young centre forward Rianna Dean.
Who is to blame for the Arsenal Ladies' bad performances? Is it the manager or the players?
Arsenal Women are absolutely flying this season having scored 24 goals already in just a handful of matches. So who is the manager that looks to have the team back on track?
Arsenal hammered Tottenham Hotspur 6-0 on Sunday to end their preseason in positive fashion, so now we should be able to work out Joe Montemurro's first choice XI.
Now that Arsenal have reached the Conti Cup final against Manchester City, it is time to get angry at the FA
Joe Montemurro’s Gunners' legacy is the return to the Arsenal way of playing football, the title winning season and leaving the club in a better position than he found it
When an international tournament appears on the horizon, the lack of opportunities for English players due to the rising number of foreigners becomes a trendy topic again.
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.
There are a few names that have been thrown around as potential Lionesses at the World Cup who are not getting a look in.
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.
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.
On Saturday afternoon, Arsenal faced Manchester City in the Conti Cup final, not that you’d know it from the coverage in Sunday’s papers.
Four months into the season and three managers are no longer in their jobs in the FA WSL and FA WC, so are they more at risk than before with teams now full-time?