Forget everything you think you know about women’s football and get involved in this season’s Women’s Super League.
The WSL has experienced a real boom in popularity over the past couple of years, and with some major players in women’s football making the move over to the English league, expect the attention to continue to grow and grow.
The big hitters in the WSL are similar to those in the men’s game.
Chelsea Women are the reigning champions after last season’s league was cut short due to COVID-19, meaning that Emma Hayes’ side scooped their third title in five years.
This pulled the Blues level with Arsenal Women who have also claimed three WSL titles since the competition (in its current format) was born in 2011.
Can any side stop Chelsea Women this season? Or can they become the first side to retain the WSL since Liverpool Women in 2014?
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With more and more investment coming into the WSL over the past couple of seasons, the standard of the football being played in the league is rapidly growing.
There is still a slight gulf between the top sides and the struggling sides, but shock results and goal-fests are becoming more and more common in the league, with a real scramble expected this season for the top two Champions League qualification spots.
With more eyes on the league brings more markets. You can bet on a ton of markets in the Women’s Super League now, so what are you waiting for?!
Chelsea Women are the current holders of the Women’s Super League crown, but are expected to be pushed all the way this season by some fierce competition:
Vivianne Miedema pipped Beth England to the award last season with 16 goals. Can anyone challenge the Dutchwomen this season?
Last season saw the Women’s Super League finish on March 13, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After discussions with the FA, the season was finally cancelled on May 25, 2020 with immediate effect.
Like many other league across the world, the WSL decided to award league standings on a points-per-game basis, meaning that Chelsea Women were crowned champions, Manchester City Women finished second and Liverpool Women were relegated.
Despite finishing the season with one less point than Manchester City Women, Chelsea Women were the stand-out side of the season winning 12 of their 15 matches and drawing the other three. The Blues conceded just four goals at home, with an 8-0 drubbing of West Ham United Women their signature win.
Arsenal Women recorded the biggest win of the season, winning 11-1 at home to Bristol City Women. Yana Daniels 85th minute goal at 11-0 down was the epitome of a consolation strike.