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(W) FA Women’s Super League ~ Match of the weekend: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

⚽️ Stay tuned here for the 2023/2024 football season and news of the London clubs in pursuit of silverware in the FA Women’s Super League, in Europe and in the Championship.  


Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United are the FA Women’s Super League (WSL) London teams taking part in the WSL 2023/2024 season

Chelsea (pictured below) are defending the title after sealing a fourth consecutive WSL title on the final day of last season with a 2-0 win over Reading.  Manchester United finished runners-up with Arsenal in third place.  Chelsea also added the Women’s FA Cup to their haul (beating Manchester United in the final) but were thwarted in their pursuit of a domestic treble losing 3-1 to Arsenal in the final of the Continental League Cup.  A win that marked the first trophy in four years for the Gunners.

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It’s all to play for after fourteen rounds of the 2023/2024 WSL season.  Champions Chelsea are top of the table on 34 points, level on points with Manchester City.  The sides have an identical goal difference, the Blues are top courtesy of their goals scored tally.  Arsenal, in third place on 31 points, are in hot pursuit.  With Manchester United (in fourth) 7 points of adrift of the Gunners, it looks increasingly like a three-way battle for the WSL trophy.

Manchester City blew the title race apart with them 1-0 road win over Chelsea on Friday night.  Meanwhile Arsenal put their surprise London derby defeat to West Ham United behind them, sweeping aside Manchester United 3-1 in front of a record WSL crowd at Emirates Stadium.  The Hammers were unable to make it three wins on the spin losing 2-0 at Everton, slipping a place to tenth.  Tottenham Hotspur remain in sixth place despite suffering a disappointing 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Aston Villa.


Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur go head-to-head in the North London Derby at Emirates Stadium on Sunday 3 March.  It’s a must-win match for Arsenal as they look to close the gap on leaders Chelsea and Manchester City above them. 


 A host of England’s star players from last summer’s Women’s World Cup finals are in action for teams in the capital.  England captain Millie Bright along with Lauren James and Jess Carter are part of a Chelsea side who also have Australian star Sam Kerr in their ranks.  Meanwhile Beth England is key to Tottenham’s progress.  Across London striker Alessio Russo joined Arsenal from Manchester United in the summer.  Russo has been joined by two Lionesses returning from injury in the shape of Leah Williamson and Beth Mead.  Both players who had a huge part in England’s historic EURO 2022 triumph.

🕒 Women’s Super League London teams.  Matches coming up in the capital

🕒 FA WSL matches coming up in London:

Week 15.  Sunday 3 March: Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur KO 12.30pm.  West Ham United v Manchester United KO 3pm. 

Week 16.  Friday 15 March: Chelsea v Arsenal KO 7pm.  Sunday 17 March: Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City KO 2pm.

🎟️ Women’s Super League ticket news latest ➡️ Arsenal ~ Chelsea ~ Tottenham Hotspur ~ West Ham United.


London City Lionesses, Charlton Athletic and Crystal Palace are the three teams representing the capital in the 2023/2024 FA Women’s Championship season.  The Lionesses play their home matches at Princes Park Stadium in Dartford.  Charlton at The Oakwood in Crayford while Crystal Palace are based at Hayes Lane, Bromley.

🕒 FA Championship matches in the capital: View the 2023/2024 fixture list here.

🎟️ Women’s Championship ticket news latest ➡️ Charlton Athletic ~ Crystal Palace ~ London City Lionesses.

SEASON SO FAR: Sixteen rounds of matches are now complete in the Women’s Championship.  The title and automatic promotion is up for grabs!  Crystal Palace are in second place on 30 points, 1 behind leaders Sunderland.  Charlton Athletic are in fourth place, also on 30 points.  Southampton in third, complete a hat-trick of sides on 30 points. 

London City Lionesses are tenth in the table after an erratic run of form.  However, the Lionesses are definitely a side to watch out for having recently been purchased by American businesswoman Michele Kang.  Kang has a multi-team women’s football organisation that already includes US side Washington Spirit and French team Olympique Lyonnais Féminin.

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