|03 Dec 22||Arsenal WFC|| ||-||Everton FC Wome|
|03 Dec 22||Leicester City|| ||-||Chelsea Women|
|03 Dec 22||Manchester Unit|| ||-||Aston Villa WFC|
|04 Dec 22||Liverpool FC Wo|| ||-||West Ham Women|
|04 Dec 22||Manchester City|| ||-||Brighton WFC|
|04 Dec 22||Reading Women|| ||-||Tottenham Women|
|11 Dec 22||Aston Villa WFC|| ||-||Arsenal WFC|
|11 Dec 22||Brighton WFC|| ||-||Everton FC Wome|
|11 Dec 22||Chelsea Women|| ||-||Reading Women|
|11 Dec 22||Liverpool FC Wo|| ||-||Leicester City|
|24 Nov 22||Reading Women ||3 - 3|| ||Liverpool FC Wo|
|20 Nov 22||West Ham Women ||1 - 0|| ||Leicester City|
|20 Nov 22||Chelsea Women ||3 - 0|| ||Tottenham Women|
|20 Nov 22||Brighton WFC ||3 - 3|| ||Liverpool FC Wo|
|20 Nov 22||Aston Villa WFC ||3 - 1|| ||Reading Women|
|19 Nov 22||Everton FC Wome ||1 - 2|| ||Manchester City|
|19 Nov 22||Arsenal WFC ||2 - 3|| ||Manchester Unit|
|06 Nov 22||West Ham Women ||4 - 5|| ||Brighton WFC|
|06 Nov 22||Tottenham Women ||P - P|| ||Everton FC Wome|
|06 Nov 22||Reading Women ||0 - 3|| ||Manchester City|
The Football Association Women's Super League (FA WSL, or currently known as the Barclays FA Women's Super League for sponsorship reasons) is the highest league of women's football in England. Established in 2010, it is run by the Football Association and currently features 12 fully professional teams.
The FA WSL replaced the FA Women's Premier League National Division as the highest level of women's football in England. Eight teams competed in the first WSL season in 2011. In the WSL's first two seasons, there was no relegation from the division.
The WSL discarded the winter football season for six years, 2011–2016, playing through the summer instead (from March until October). Since 2017–18, the WSL has operated as a winter league running from September to May, as was traditional before 2011.
From season 2014 to 2017–18, the Women's Super League consisted of two divisions – FA WSL 1 and FA WSL 2 – and brought a promotion and relegation system to the WSL. From 2018–19, the second division was renamed the FA Women's Championship.
The WSL champions and runners-up qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League the following season. The current FA Women's Super League champions are Chelsea, who won the 2019–20 edition.
Aston Villa WFC
Everton FC Women
Leicester City WF
Liverpool FC Wo
Manchester City W
West Ham Women
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