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This week in Women's football: NWSL, friendlies and more to follow

June 16, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
It will be an interesting week for women's football fans, especially for casual and diehard fans of the North American league.

Women's football fans around the globe have enjoyed some of the most interesting weeks of the year, and things are only going to get better with the number of matches taking place in competitive tournaments and friendly matches.

The activity in women's football for this week will feature, as it has been common lately, games for the  NWSL, the Brasileirao Feminino, and friendly matches for national teams. To top it all, a FIFA World Cup Qualifying match between Bulgaria and Israel will be a must-watch for fans all over the globe.

As mentioned in previous articles, the NWSL is getting more interesting with each passing week, and these week's games will surely be worth-watching for those who are capable to follow it via our broadcasting details.

Without further ado, let's have a look at what the beautiful game will offer in terms of women's football matches.

2022 NWSL season

The tournament returns to action with the San Diego Wave and the Chicago Red Stars going at it toe-to-toe for the top spot. The Chicago-based side are now level on points with the team led by Alex Morgan, but with Red Stars having a game in hand. This will make things even more interesting for this week, as the league leaders are set to face away matches this week, which could have a major effect on how the standings look like after the weekend.

Elsewhere, teams such as the Portland Thorns and Angel City FC will be ready to take advantage of any slip-ups by the leaders. The Thorns will welcome the Orland Pride on Sunday, while the LA-based club will play away from home against the OL Reign, who held the San Diego Wave to a draw last week.

Here is the full schedule for this weekend in the NWSL.

Summer transfer window moves courtesy of ATA Football

Last week, Manchester City revealed some interesting transfers to try and compete with their rivals in the FA WSL. This week, some of the top Spanish Liga Iberdrola clubs have started to hire new players with the intention to become contenders against the highly-dominant Barcelona.

Here are some of the top transfers in the world brought to you by ATA Football.

  • Amy König (DEF): BFC Dynamo —> Potsdam 

  • Carlotta Wamser (FOR): SGS Essen —> Eintracht Frankfurt 

  • Anja Pfluger (MID): Cologne —> SGS Essen 

  • Saskia Matheis (MID): Eintracht Frankfurt —> Werder Bremen 

  • Irene Guerrero (MID): Levante —> Atlético Madrid 

  • Andreia Jacinto (MID): Sporting —> Real Sociedad

For more details on games, standings, and news, visit our dedicated Women's Soccer website at

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