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This week in Women's Football: Champions League, Women's Super League, NWSL, and more

March 23, 2023 By Michelle Bonsu
The UEFA Women's Champions League has resumed action, while the NSWL returns this weekend in what looks set to be a great week for fans of women's football.

Although fans will have to do without club football in all of Europe's "Big Five" leagues for the next fortnight or so due to the international break, the same can't be said for followers of the women's game. In fact, it's full steam ahead for club and continental football all over the world, including the return of the UEFA Women's Champions League, the NWSL, and more.

Here's all you need to know ahead of an exciting week in women's football.

UEFA Women's Champions League

The UEFA Women's Champions League got back underway earlier this week, with Lyon, Chelsea, Barcelona, Roma, Bayern Munich, PSG, Wolfsburg, and Arsenal all battling for a coveted spot in the semi-finals and perhaps beyond. Lyon, who are the reigning champions in this competition with a record-breaking eight titles to their name, lost the first leg 1-0 to Chelsea, meaning that they'll need to turn things around if they hope to continue their journey to the final.

Elsewhere, Barcelona, who won it in the 2020/21 season, have one foot into the quarter-finals after beating Serie A leaders Roma 1-0. In fact, all the first leg ties finished as 1-0 results, with German outfits Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg beating Arsenal and PSG respectively by narrow margins. All in all, it looks set to be a very intriguing set of games once the second legs comes around on March 29th and March 30th, as all eight teams do have a realistic chance of securing one of the coveted four spot in the semi-finals.

Here's where you can catch the second leg of the 2022/23 UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals:

Women's Super League

There are plenty of intriguing ties taking place across England this week. First up on Friday, March 24th, will be another installment of the Meyserside derby featuring Everton and Liverpool. At the moment, Everton, who will serve as hosts, find themselves in sixth place on 20 points, while visiting Liverpool are in eighth on 14 points. Considering that the Reds' Ladies were featuring in the second tier last season, they naturally will be hoping to avoid a similar fate this time around. However, their away track record - which has seen them yet to win on the road this season - could make things a lot tougher as they prepare to take on their cross-town rivals.

Saturday, March 25th, brings another derby, with Tottenham welcoming Arsenal. Both teams have had vastly contrasting fortunes this term, with Spurs battling to avoid the drop, while the Gunners are hoping to secure a spot in next season's Champions League. Arsenal come into this tie having won their last two league fixtures, albeit they may be a bit tired following being involved in the Champions League just a few days prior, while Tottenham, who are currently under the guidance of interim boss Vicky Jepson following Rehanne Skinner's sacking, finally ended their horrendous nine game losing streak with a 1-0 win over Leicester City last time out.

Saturday will also feature Manchester United, who were beaten 1-0 by league leaders Chelsea about a fortnight ago, looking get back to winning ways when they take on West Ham. The Red Devils are two points behind Chelsea, but have played one more game than the Blues, and thus will aim to take advantage of a West Ham side who have lost four of their last five Premier League games.

On Sunday, Chelsea, who earned a tough 1-0 win over Champions League winners Lyon midweek, will lock horns with Manchester City in what looks set to be a very fascinating tactical battle. City, who will host this top-three tie, are on a four game winning streak in the Women's Super League, and could leap-frog Chelsea into top spot should they beat the Blues this weekend.

Here's how you can follow this latest round of Women's Super League games:


The 11th edition of the NWSL gets underway this Saturday, with the season opener starring North Carolina Courage and Kansas City Current. North Carolina Courage won the inaugural NWSL Challenge Cup after beating Washington Spirit 2-1 in the final, but ultimately finished in a disappointing seventh spot in the league table, while Kansas City had a much stronger campaign as they secured fifth. Saturday will conclude with part two of the day's double header as San Diego Wave, who finished in third place last term thanks to the goal-scoring exploits of multiple World Cup winner Alex Morgan, welcome Chicago Red Stars, who concluded last campaign in sixth.

On Sunday, OL Reign, who are the reigning NWSL Shield champions, will aim to do it all over again when they travel to face Washington Spirit. That game will kick off about an hour before Portland Thorns, who clinched the NWSL title last term, face an Orlando Pride side skippered by iconic striker Marta. Sunday's matches conclude with newly formed Angel City FC starting their sophomore campaign by hosting Gotham FC.

Here's where you can tune into all the games as the NWSL season gets underway this weekend:


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 special Women's Football Page here at for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more.

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