Beyond the usual national media outlets there are a wide range of excellent websites, bloggers and fan sites devoted to Women’s Football. Here are some that you may want to check out…


Following women’s football over land and sea

Stood next to the GotB ladies at Chelsea once. They had no idea…

Since August 2012, GirlsontheBall have been avid followers of the women’s game in the UK.

Travelling on average 32,000 miles a year, they 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, their aim is to spread as much information as possible about the women’s game.

And they do a very fine job of it.

Twitter: @GirlsontheBall;


She Kicks

– Women’s Football Magazine

SheKicks no.14 featured Rachel Yankey. She was top…

Published in full colour, She Kicks is a bi-monthly magazine available in both print and digital format.

Each issue is packed with News, Features, Photos and Exclusive Interviews with key players, coaches and officials involved in the Women’s game within the UK and beyond.

The SheKicks website is as good a place as any online to get daily updates on all levels of women’s football across the planet.

Twitter: @SheKicksdotnet;


The Equalizer

The No. 1 source for women’s soccer in North America since 2009.

Want to know about the USWNT? The Equalizer has you covered.

The Equalizer Extra is the very best coverage you’ll find on the United States women’s national team, the National Women’s Soccer League and beyond.

The professional team at the Equalizer really know their onions and get terrific contributions from the top writers all over the world.

It’s worth noting that some of the in-depth content is kept behind a subscription pay wall which is good value for money, but there’s still plenty of free info to keep readers occupied.

During the NWSL season the team put together excellent weekly podcasts which go out on Spotify.

In addition, Equalizer founder Jeff Kassouf has also started putting together an ongoing series of 1-on-1 interviews with key players, coaches and administrators in the women’s game called Kickin’ Back. Both podcasts are free.

Twitter: @EqualizerSoccer


Talking Woso

Same passion. Same game.

Talking Woso: Covering, amongst others, my beloved AFC Wimbledon Ladies in D1SE of the National League.

Dedicated to supporting women’s football, with a focus on the FA Women’s National League and below of the pyramid.

Score updates across levels 3, 4 and 5, tables, stats, interviews and a terrific blog by Wycombe Wanderers player @LishaPovs who provides personal insights on the grass roots game.

Twitter: @TalkingWoSo

WoSo Maniacs

WoSo Maniacs – Goes beyond Europe and US coverage.

A bi-weekly podcast hosted by Ewurama Kakraba-Ampeh and Afua Sakyiwa Bohulu where they talk about women’s football from an African perspective and cover the major leagues around the globe – while having plenty of fun on the way.

They also write a very good weekly newsletter covering women’s football in Africa but also across the globe.

Twitter: @WosoManiacsGH

Her Football Hub

HFH: “still evolving, but with the same consistent purpose: to champion all levels of women’s football on an international scale.”

Covering the world of women’s football by bringing weekly podcasts and exclusive interviews. Specializing in the Women’s Super League and NWSL as well as international. 

There are multiple contributors to this website which not only ensures new content pretty much daily, but also offers a wider variety of ‘voices’ talking about the women’s game from different perspectives.

You can also choose to become a member (or patron) of HFH to get exclusive content, offers and merchandise. There are three levels of membership: gold, silver and bronze.

Twitter: @HerFootballHub

Facebook: Her Football Hub | Facebook

Since 71 Blog

Since 71: Named after the year that the FA lifted what was effectively a 50-year ban on women’s football.

Championing Women’s Football at all levels, from International to Grassroots.

Founded by Stuart Barker This site is quote: “created by fans, for fans” and welcomes new writers / contributors. But make sure you’ve got your Kung-fu down because the articles are excellent.

They cover multiple levels of women’s football in the UK, providing match reports and player interviews as well as thought-provoking discussion pieces.

Twitter: @Since71Blog