2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
6-2-4, 5th in FA Women's Super League
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Man United thrash Birmingham go third in WSL

Striker Leah Galton scored two quick-fire first-half goals as Manchester United hammered Birmingham City 5-0 to rise to third in the WSL table.

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Little leads Arsenal to 4-0 WSL win vs. West Ham

Kim Little scored twice as Arsenal thrashed West Ham United 4-0 on Sunday to make it six wins from six FA Women's Super League games.

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10-woman Man City survive Man United rally

A depleted Manchester City mananged to hold on for a 2-2 draw against Manchester United at the Leigh Sports Village on Saturday.

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140dAlex Kirkland

Real Madrid stun Man City to make UWCL group

Real Madrid Femenino qualified for the UEFA Women's Champions League group stage for the first time with a 1-0 away win at Manchester City.

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WSL: Man City rout Everton; Spurs win opener

Manchester City kicked off their Women's Super League campaign with a 4-0 win at Everton, while Tottenham enjoyed victory over Birmingham City.

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162dKathleen McNamee

Raso signs two-year deal with Man City

Australia international Hayley Raso has signed a two-year deal with Manchester City, the club announced on Tuesday.

Hayley Raso ready to 'compete for trophies' with Man City (1:09)
Khadija Shaw looking forward to teaming up with Lucy Bronze (0:51)
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224dKathleen McNamee

Khadija Shaw joins Man City on three-year deal

Manchester City have signed Khadija Shaw on a three-year deal, who was Division 1 Feminine's top scorer during the 2020-21 season, with 22 goals.

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255dKathleen McNamee

Mewis, Lavelle back to NWSL after Man City spell

USWNT duo Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle have announced they are leaving Manchester City and returning to the National Women's Soccer League.

RankingsFA Women's Super League

Goal Difference104th
Goals Scored292nd
Goals Conceded19Tied-8th