Chelsea win the Women's Super League; Bristol City are relegated to the FA Women's Championship


16:30a year ago

All over elsewhere

The action has finished elsewhere and the FA Women's Super League season is over
16:28a year ago

Chelsea have won the league!

Emma Hayes' Chelsea have successfully retained the FA Women's Super League title.

They win 5-0 against Reading and secure a second successive league title.

What a season it has been for Chelsea.

16:25a year ago

Bristol City are relegated

It's all over in Crawley and Bristol City finish at the bottom of the WSL. They will play FA Women's Championship football next year.
16:23a year ago

Full Time: West Ham 0-1 Man City

It's all over at Victoria Road
16:22a year ago


Manchester United go 2-0 up at home to Everton
16:20a year ago

A few minutes to go

As it stands, Chelsea are winning the league and Bristol City are going down. That's not going to change.
16:12a year ago

Another penalty save!

Mackenzie Arnold saves her second penalty of the game. Not bad for a midfielder...
16:10a year ago

Manchester City penalty

The blues have another and itis Rose Lavelle who will take it
16:08a year ago

Another for Chelsea!

There are so many goals going on at the moment. I cannot keep up.

Erin Cuthbert makes it five from the bench, pushing the ball over the line from inside of the six-yard box.

16:07a year ago

Bristol City are going down

Inessa Kaagman nets a free-kick for Brighton to make it 3-1 to the Seagulls. Bristol City's fate looks like it has been sealed.
16:05a year ago

Kerrby. Again.

This is getting slightly repetitive, isn't it? What these two have done together this season is nothing short of incredible.

This time, it's the WSL's top scorer Sam Kerr who gets in on the action.

What a partnership

16:00a year ago


It took until the 75th minute, and although it will mean little, Man City have the opener.

Ellen White taps home Lucy Bronze's cross.

15:55a year ago


Kit Graham puts Spurs ahead at Damson Park
15:50a year ago

Bristol have pulled one back!

Abi Harrison scores for Bristol City. They couldn't, could they?
15:45a year ago

Kerrby are at it again

Yet another goal for Chelsea against Reading. Sam Kerr tees up Fran Kirby who excellently fires past Grace Moloney.
15:40a year ago

Goal for Brighton!

Lee Geum-Min has now scored three goals in her past two games for Brighton.

Bristol now have an even steeper mountain to climb.

15:35a year ago

We're back

The second halves are already underway at Arsenal and West Ham, with the others to come soon.
15:30a year ago

Half Time

As it stands, Chelsea are set to win the title and Bristol City will go down.

I'll be back for the second halves.

15:25a year ago


Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby seem to have a telapathic connection.

They've worked so well together throughout the entirety of this season and it's resulted in yet another goal.

15:20a year ago


Fran Kirby gets the second of the afternoon for Chelsea. Surely that's the title secured?
15:15a year ago

Chelsea handball appeal

The ball definitely hit the Reading defender's arm there...
15:10a year ago


Sam Mewis takes it, but Arnold gets her hands to the penalty.
15:05a year ago

PENALTY for Man City!

Man City have a penalty as Ellen White is brought down by Mackenzie Arnold
15:00a year ago

United's goal was beautiful

A pinpoint cross from Christen Press that was taken well by Ella Toone. This is lovely


14:55a year ago

Leupolz nets fastest goal

Melanie Leupolz' goal for Chelsea was the fastest in the WSL this season, coming after only 68 seconds.
14:50a year ago

Refereeing quarrels in East London

Manchester City could probably have had three penalties so far against West Ham, but it's still 0-0.
14:45a year ago

Barcelona win in Spain

FC Barcelona have been crowned as the winners of the 2020/21 Primera Iberdrola.
14:40a year ago

City know that Chelsea have scored

The tannoy at West Ham vs Man City has just announced that Chelsea have scored. Brutal.
14:35a year ago


Disastrous for Bristol City as Brighton's young defender Maya Le Tissier puts the Seagulls ahead in Crawley.

Bristol sit at the bottom of the table and are in need of a result today

14:30a year ago


Ella Toone puts the reds ahead against Everton at Leigh Sports Village
14:25a year ago

Chelsea couldn't have wished for a better start

Chelsea really couldn't have wished for a better start. A win today will see them win the league no matter what happens elsewhere.

Leupolz has been brilliant this season and it's fitting that she is the one to put the blues ahead.


14:20a year ago


Melanie Leupolz puts Chelsea ahead 69 seconds into their game against Reading.

She hit it from the edge of the box after Jess Cartere's corner to open the scoring.

14:15a year ago

Technical difficulties

The FA Player's stream of Birmingham vs Spurs is down...
14:10a year ago


After a minute's applause in memory of Julie Chipchase, the games are now underway everywhere!
14:05a year ago

Fara Williams' swansong

Chelsea vs Reading may be important for the title, but it's a big game for other reasons.

It's Fara Williams' last game in the WSL before she retires at the end of the season - she's just been handed a special shirt by Emma Hayes

14:00a year ago

Ellie Roebuck injury update

Ellie Roebuck turned her ankle in the gym this week and will miss both today's game and next week's clash with West Ham United for Manchester City
13:55a year ago

Kickoffs coming shortly

Right then, it's nearly time for the games to start.


There's five minutes to go before kickoff at all six games in the WSL.

13:50a year ago

Ready to cover the games

This is how I've set up today. It's safe to say that I've never done a live of six games at once, so let's see how this goes!
13:45a year ago

Little to talk about elsewhere

No major omissions for any of the other teams in the WSL with most teams lining up as expected
13:40a year ago

Roebuck misses out

Ellie Roebuck isn't in the matchday squad for Manchester City today:
13:35a year ago

The title defence

Chelsea will be looking to successfully hold onto the title when they face Reading this afternoon.

VAVEL's Deputy Women's Football Editor, Alex Ibaceta, will be at the match.

Follow her on Twitter here for match updates:

13:30a year ago

What could happen

This handy visualisation from women's football journalist Jessy Parker-Humphreys shows how the teams can move today:

13:25a year ago


Eight months of fixtures all come down to today. Chelsea and Manchester City could both clinch the title, with the former only needing a point — and for the Mancunians' goal difference to not increase by more than three — to successfully defend the trophy.

At the other end of the table, it's a three-way battle between Birmingham City, Bristol City and Aston villa to avoid the drop.

Stay tuned for live updates throughout the afternoon