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This week in Women's Football: FA Women's Cup, Liga MX Femenil, D1 Feminine, and more

February 23, 2023 By Michelle Bonsu
After a week off due to some international tournaments, women's club football returns with many of the world's top leagues getting back underway.

Last week saw many of the world's top leagues in women's football temporarily go on pause for a series of international friendly tournaments. Now that those are done, dusted, and consigned to the history books, attention will turn back towards club football, with plenty of games from all over the world set to keep women's football fans occupied through this week.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the upcoming week in the world of women's football.

FA Women's Cup

The fifth round of the 2022/23 FA Women's Cup will kick off this weekend, with 16 teams remaining. All eight ties will be played on Sunday, February 26th, and will feature big name teams like Chelsea, Manchester United, West Ham, Tottenham, Manchester City, and Arsenal. Fourth-tier Cardiff City will hope to keep their impressive run going as they take on second-level side Lewes, but arguably the biggest match up will feature reigning FA Cup holders Chelsea, who are hoping to win their fifth title against Arsenal, who are the most decorated side in this competition with 14 trophies so far.

Here is the full schedule of matches being played this Sunday in the FA Women's Cup.

Liga MX Femenil

Mexico's top flight picks up on Thursday, February 23rd, with América and Atlético San Luis kicking off proceedings. At the moment, América find themselves in a solid fourth spot, and could actually displace third-placed Tigres UNAL with a win that would also put them within touching distance of the top two sides in the table.

Friday will feature two more games, including floundering Querétaro hosting León, while Saturday features Pumas UNAM vs Santos Laguna.

Arguably, the biggest day will be on Monday, February 27th, as it features a very exciting triple-header. that could cause some major shake-ups in the league standings. First, Monterrey, who are currently in second and just one point away from the top, will host Necaxa, who have won just one match so far in a very miserable season. Barring a major upset, it is safe to say that Monterrey will move to top spot in the league following that match, albeit for just a few hours.

Later on the same day, reigning champions Tigres UANL will hope to apply pressure on the top two sides by picking up all three points in their road match against Pachuca, and Monday will conclude with current league leaders Guadalajara squaring off against 17th-placed Mazatlán in a match, that on paper, appears to pretty one-sided.

Here is the full schedule of matches being played over the next few days in Liga MX Femenil.

D1 Féminine

Finally, we move on to France's D1 Féminine, which gets back underway on Saturday. As of now, after 14 rounds, it's a close battle between Lyon and PSG for the league title, with just one point separating these two sides ahead of this weekend's matches.

Current league leaders Lyon, who have lost just once all season, will be in action at home on Sunday, February 26th against Bordeaux, who presently are on a two match losing streak and sit in seventh spot in the table. Their match will be taking place exactly at the same time (8.45 EST/14.45 CET) as PSG's tie against Dijon, which will see them travel to face an opponent who has won just one of their last five ties and are in danger of sliding into the drop zone.

At the moment, PSG have earned 36 points, one less than table-toppers Lyon, but are still the only unbeaten side in French women's football's top flight.

Saturday will feature four matches, with all ties kicking off at the same time. These games include a desperate battle for points between two floundering sides, Le Havre Feminine and Soyaux, as well as Fleury 91 hoping to keep up their solid run this season when they host relegation-threatened Rodez.

Here is the full schedule of matches being played over the next few days in France's D1 Féminine.

Didn't find your favorite women's league on this list? No worries, as this is just a highlight of some of the exciting games coming up this week. Make sure to check out our bespoke Women's Football Page here at for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more. 

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