Some Women's Super League (WSL) matches will be played as "double-headers" with men's Premier League games next season to build on the momentum of the women's World Cup, Kelly Simmons, the FA's director of women's professional football, has said.
Double headers would be tried and there would be a series of standalone games at grounds which host men's teams, Simmons told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme.
Manchester United manager Casey Stoney has said she would not see coaching a men's team as a step up and added she has no immediate ambition to leave women's football.
The former England international, who helped guide Manchester United to promotion up to the Women's Super League in their inaugural season, said working in the men's game would create a different pressure for a female coach but she would not be tempted away from her role at present.
Manchester City Women have completed the signing of forward Ellen White from Birmingham on a two-year deal, and she will join on July 1.
White -- who was top scorer in the Women's Super League in the 2017-18 campaign with 15 goals and was named Player of the Year -- will be part of England's World Cup squad for this summer's tournament in France.
MANCHESTER, England -- As May begins, attention in English football turns toward the trophies that are up for grabs at the end of the season. In recent years, no club has been as focused on winning as Manchester City, and now the club is on the verge of completing its most dominant campaign yet.
On Saturday, Manchester City Women can lift the FA Cup and win the double against West Ham United Women at Wembley Stadium. The men's team will attempt to win the same competition two weeks later when they...