women's football

Toni Duggan is one of the more outspoken voices in women's football, so despite her petit frame she looked typically fearless
Everton Ladies forward Toni Duggan has revealed she'd strip off for magazines as it's "a good way of advertising the sport
“I just look at their lifestyle and think 'God I wish I could be a boy' sometimes," says Liverpool Ladies striker Natasha
Caerphilly Castle Ladies, who were obliterated an astonishing 43-0 at the weekend, have withdrawn from the league they were
The exposure women's football gets in the UK has been poor, to say the least. It was only due to a campaign last year that led to the Women's World Cup quarter final being upgraded from the Red Button to an airing on BBC2 instead of a planned repeat of Porridge and an episode of Flog It!
The power of female athletes to draw audiences in London 2012 highlights the appetite for women's sport. However, the current lack of coverage is creating a glass ceiling effect. The lack of exposure on the playing field is reflected in the boardroom with few women in senior positions at sports clubs and governing bodies.
The impression of women that play football is they are 'butch lesbians'. I say this because 99% of the people I told that I was going to start playing again said that's who I'd be playing with. Those impressions were wrong.
The cutthroat world of the American high school has long been established, but separating fiction from fact comes an act
Arsenal Ladies claimed another victory at the Continental Cup final on Wednesday, as player of the match Kim Little scored
Casey Stoney (centre) is congratulated by her team mates after scoring the opening goal of the game on day one of the Olympics