FA Women's Super League

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has widened its commitment to the Women’s Super League by acquiring rights to the top tier of English women’s club football in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

With 2022 promising one of the most exciting women’s sports calendars in history, Chris Hurst, trustee of the Women’s Sport Trust, examines where the growth opportunities are for the industry.

The FA Women’s Super League (WSL) and the ECB Women’s Hundred succeeded in bringing nearly 11 million new UK viewers to women’s sport in 2021, making it a record-breaking year for the sector, a new repor…

British bank Barclays has increased its sponsorship investment across UK football through renewals of its deals with the Football Association (FA) and the Premier League

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has agreed a three-year extension to its agreement with the English Football Association that will see it become the official data provider of the top-tier…

Tottenham Hotspur has named Herbalife Nutrition as the official nutrition partner to the club’s women’s team ahead of the upcoming 2021-22 Women's Super League season.

The Women’s Super League, the top tier of women’s club football in England, still needs to go through a number of media-rights cycles before it is able to become self-sustainable, according to director of …

England’s Football Association has announced that its top-tier Women’s Super League will “bring in more revenue than any women’s domestic league in the world” after it secured lucrative domestic media rig…

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired a host women’s football content across the Nordic and Baltic countries, along with Poland, as it continues its push in women’s sport.

Women’s Super League club Chelsea FC Women has signed London-based investment bank N+1 Singer as the club’s first shorts partner.

Manchester City Women's Football Club has signed up Italian fashion house Salento Creazioni Moda as a sponsor of its women’s team.

The English Football Association is said to be close to agreeing a deal that would see public-service broadcaster the BBC retain rights to the Women’s Super League.

Murray Barnett, former chief commercial officer for World Rugby and head of partnerships for Formula 1, explains why women’s football is sure to recover the commercial momentum lost as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is said to be in prime position to secure UK rights to football's top-tier Women’s Super League.

Canadian pay-television broadcaster Sportsnet began broadcasting matches from the FA Women’s Super League on Saturday as part of an exclusive rights agreement negotiated shortly before the start of the 2…

Private equity firm CVC Capital Partners has expressed an interest in investing in the Women’s Super League (WSL) club competition, it has been reported.

Premier League club West Ham United has signed up trading platform business trading platform Bartercard as a sponsor of its women's team