Since August 2012, we at GirlsontheBall have been avid followers of the women’s game in the UK. Travelling on average 32,000 miles a year, we provide unique coverage of women’s football, following teams domestically as well as England’s Lionesses.

Through live twitter coverage, blogs, photography, interviews and much more, our aim is to spread as much information as possible about the women’s game.

Join us on our football filled journey around the world.

 

 

Latest Blogs

 

Hayes and Chelsea evolution leads them to the brink of greatness

A lot has been written about Emma Hayes and her Chelsea team over the last 48 hours. And yet, at the same time, it doesn’t feel like enough. The club is on the pinnacle of greatness. They made history by reaching the Champions League final for the first time this weekend, while also being on the cusp of lifting yet another FAWSL trophy. Murmurings of “the quadruple”, which began early in the season, have turned into serious discussions in pre- and post-match analysis on the pages of many newspapers. It is an achievement only previously managed by Arsenal more than a decade ago; one that has eluded so many of the best football teams, male and female alike, in English football history.

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Birmingham City

Injury time equaliser sees Birmingham on course for Barclays FAWSL survival

The baseball player Babe Ruth once said: “It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” No truer word could be spoken about this Birmingham City side, who will quite literally never throw in the towel. On a night where they were outplayed for 90 minutes, second best in all areas of the park, they managed to find a way to fight back. They secured a draw, right at the death - a point that has almost certainly ensured their top flight status once more.

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Birmingham City v Reading, Barclays FAWSL

Resilient Birmingham edge ever closer to survival

Point by point, step by step, Birmingham City edge closer and closer to Barclays FAWSL survival. The team, who many thought were probably destined for the drop in August, have displayed character throughout the season and are almost there, but not quite.

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Faye Bryson & Carla Humphrey, Aston Villa v Bristol City, Barclays FAWSL

Bristol complete unlikeliest of comebacks to keep FAWSL dream alive

It has been said many times that football is a crazy game. This was exemplified no more than Saturday afternoon’s encounter between Aston Villa and Bristol City in Walsall.

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266,452 MILES