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Arsenal Women seal Super League title with victory at Brighton

Arsenal Women players celebrate
Arsenal Women celebrate after their claiming the title with victory at Brighton.

Arsenal Women sealed the Women's Super League title with a game to spare after a 4-0 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion at the Falmer Stadium on Sunday.

With 51 points from 19 games, Arsenal took an unassailable four-points lead with one game to go this season. Manchester City (47 points) will finish second while Birmingham City (37) and Chelsea (36) fight it out for third spot.

It was Arsenal's first title since 2012 and their third overall, making the London side the most successful team in...

England's Jordan Nobbs set to miss Women's World Cup after ACL tear

LONDON -- England could be without one of its key players for the Women's World Cup next year after playmaker Jordan Nobbs ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee.

Nobbs, England's player of the year in 2016, was injured while playing for Arsenal against Everton in the Women's Super League on Sunday.

"Everyone at the club wishes Jordan a speedy recovery and will give their full support in her journey back to full fitness," an Arsenal statement read.

The 2019 World Cup starts in...

Rachel Brown-Finnis: This is the dawn of a new era for women's football

Former England and Everton goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis has told ESPN she believes that no one will be able to steal Chelsea's crown in the Women's Super League (WSL).

The top-flight English competition returns on Sunday, with Chelsea opening their title defence against Manchester City.

The new campaign marks a watershed moment for women's football as this season will, for the first time, see all players in the league play as full-time professionals.

"This has been the next big step that we, as...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea beat Arsenal in Women's FA Cup final with Bachmann brace

Chelsea Ladies' Ramona Bachmann, left, and Fran Kirby kiss the trophy after beating Arsenal in the Women's FA Cup final.
Ramona Bachmann, left, and Fran Kirby kiss the Women's FA Cup trophy after Chelsea beat Arsenal in the final.

Ramona Bachmann scored twice and Fran Kirby netted a fine individual effort as Chelsea Ladies beat Arsenal Women 3-1 to win the FA Cup final at Wembley.

Switzerland international Bachmann broke the deadlock three minutes into the second half with a neat finish after being set up by Kirby.

Bachmann soon curled home a second, via a slight deflection, before Arsenal pulled a goal back through Vivianne Miedema in the 74th minute.

England forward Kirby, though, ended any hopes of a recovery when she...

 By PA Sport

Arsenal Ladies beat Manchester City to claim WSL Cup

Arsenal took home the WSL Cup after beating Man City on Wednesday night.

Vivianne Miedema struck the only goal of the game in the 32nd minute as Arsenal Ladies upset favourites Manchester City Women to win the WSL Cup.

Dutch international Miedema supplied a low finish after a deep Dominique Janssen cross was flicked into her path, to put the Gunners in control at Adams Park.

And despite piling on the pressure in a one-sided second half, City failed to grab the goal they needed to deny the Gunners their fifth WSL Cup triumph in seven years.

City might have been expected...