A newcomer’s guide to the FA Women’s Super League

There was already plenty of attention on the Women’s Super League for the 2020-2021 season thanks to an influx of talent over the past few months. A new television deal with NBC in the United States didn’t hurt, either — especially after four players from the U.S. women’s national team signed year-long deals with Manchester City and Manchester United, and Pernille Harder earned a move to Chelsea for a record fee. But Alex Morgan’s decision to go to England and play for Tottenham Hotspur, opting for meaningful games and a team training environment she could count on into the winter as she looks to make the 2021 Olympic roster, brings even more interest.

While these moves put pressure on the NWSL, the rise of the FA WSL is absolutely a positive for women’s football across the world, even in North America. It also means potential fans and viewers will need to know how to follow the league. So here’s our guide to the WSL, which we…

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