2020–21 FA WSL

The 2020–21 FA WSL season (also known as the Barclays FA Women’s Super League for sponsorship reasons) will be the tenth edition of the FA Women’s Super League (WSL) since it was formed in 2010. It is the third season after the rebranding of the four highest levels in English women’s football.

2020/2021 Team Goal Statics2020/2021 Women’s FA Cup2020–21 FA Women’s League Cup

Teams and personal

TeamManagerCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
ArsenalJoe MontemurroKim LittleAdidasFly Emirates
Aston Villa W.F.C.Gemma DaviesvacantKappaCazoo
Birmingham CityCarla WardvacantAdidasMaple from Canada
Brighton & Hove AlbionHope PowellDanielle BuetNikeAmerican Express
Bristol CityTanya OxtobyvacantHummelYeo Valley
Chelsea LFCEmma HayesMagdalena ErikssonNikeThree
EvertonWillie KirkDanielle TurnerHummelSportPesa
Manchester CityGareth TaylorSteph HoughtonPumaEtihad Airways
Manchester UnitedCasey StoneyKatie ZelemAdidasChevrolet
ReadingKelly ChambersNatasha HardingMacronYLD
Tottenham HotspurKaren HillsJosie GreenNikeAIA
West Ham UnitedMatt BeardGilly FlahertyUmbroBetway

Manegerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in TableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Manchester CityAlan MahonEnd of interim period2 February 2020Pre-seasonGareth Taylor28 May 2020
Birmingham CityCharlie BaxterEnd of interim period3 March 2020Pre-seasonCarla Ward13 August 2020

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1Arsenal00000000Qualification for the Champions League Second Round
2Aston Villa00000000Qualification for the Champions League Second Round
3Birmingham City00000000Qualification for the Champions League First Round
4Brighton & Hove Albion00000000
5Bristol City00000000
6Chelsea00000000
7Everton00000000
8Manchester City00000000
9Manchester United00000000
10Reading00000000
11Tottenham Hotspur00000000
12West Ham United00000000

2020–21 FA WSL Result

See also

2019/20202021/2020

FA Women’s Super League