December is the biggest month of the season thus far with a jam-packed soccer schedule. Here are the most interesting and impactful matches to watch.
Women's professional football in England will be run by an independent organization rather than the Football Association from next year to improve standards.
In women's football this weekend, Lauren James stole the show for Chelsea as the WSL's top four asserted their dominance.
Rodrygo proved his goal-scoring credentials, Villa worsened Spurs' woes and Arsenal went top of the league. Here's what you missed in European soccer.
(Update with Aston Villa v Everton, Man City v Tottenham)
Lauren James scored twice in Chelsea's 5-2 win against Leicester to stay top of the WSL while Mead's brace saw Arsenal win 3-0 against West Ham.
Australian football star Sam Kerr and U.S. women's national team player Kristie Mewis announced their engagement in an Instagram post Tuesday.
Man City beat Man United in a derby at Old Trafford to stay in touch with Chelsea and Barcelona continued their Clasico dominance over Real Madrid.
Manchester City scored two quickfire goals to beat Manchester United 3-1 and spoil the home side's night at Old Trafford in the Women's Super League on Sunday.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Man United scored 14 goals between them in WSL, while Real Madrid won 7-1. Here's what happened in women's football this weekend.
Chelsea grabbed a 3-0 win away to Everton that kept them top of the Women's Super League table as Arsenal came from behind to hammer Leicester City and Manchester City slumped to a surprise defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.
Goals from Jessie Fleming, Sam Kerr and Agnes Beever-Jones gave Chelsea a 3-0 win away to Everton on Sunday that kept them top of the WSL table
Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has said that the "time is right" to leave the club after 12 years in charge of the six-time WSL champions.
Chelsea are top of the WSL but will need to find a new manager soon, while Serie A is in turmoil. Here's what happened in women's football this weekend.
A winning manager on the pitch with Chelsea, Emma Hayes has been a constant force for positive change within the sport. Here's what she brings to the USWNT as their new coach.
Arsenal's Stina Blackstenius came off the bench to score a late winner as her side beat Manchester City 2-1 in the WSL on Sunday.
Jude Bellingham got hurt and Arsenal women beat Man City on Sunday, and Harry Kane made history for Bayern Munich on Saturday. Here's what you missed this weekend in European soccer.
The U.S. Soccer Federation's Board of Directors has approved the hiring of Chelsea manager Emma Hayes as the new head coach of the U.S. women's national team, a source with knowledge of the vote confirmed to ESPN.
Alex Greenwood will return to Manchester City after she was carried off the pitch on a stretcher following a clash of heads in Belgium on Tuesday.