Tag: FA WSL Spring Series
The Spring Series has concluded and we can now have a look at the game time given by Pedro Losa to the players.
Arsenal put five past Bristol City without reply on the final day of the Spring Series, but it was not enough to clinch the title as Chelsea were named Champions.
Arsenal Ladies will be hoping that their 5-1 away win at WSL2 champions Yeovil will kickstart their season. Meanwhile there was disappointment for the Development Team as Chelsea Ladies won the League.
Arsenal Ladies will be at home to Notts County Ladies on Sunday and will be hoping to hit the ground running. The big question is who will be available to play?
Nearly two months after the Spring Series fixtures were released by the FA, Arsenal Ladies have finally confirmed the date and place for all their home games.
The Kelly Smith celebration game allowed fans to see the Arsenal Ladies team for the first time this season, (apart from those who went to Spain and Portugal) and the team is taking shape nicely.
Yeovil Town Ladies today announced that they would be at home to Arsenal Ladies, reversing the original fixture.
On Wednesday it was reported in Nigeria that Arsenal’s forward, Asisat Oshoala, was unhappy with how much she was being paid at Arsenal and was considering leaving the club but she has now denied these reports
With the FA WSL schedule changing from the Summer season to the Winter league, the FA have created the Spring Series to bridge the gap between the two seasons.
The FA have created a one off series to bridge the gap between seasons but the big question is: will the youngsters get a look-in?
With the move from a summer season to a winter one following an FA review, there will be a one-off nine-game League designed to bridge the season that just finished and the next one starting in September 2017