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1-9: FIFA Women's International Window incl. Women's International Friendlies - TV GUIDE >>

5-9: Africa Women's Olympic Qualifying CAF (International) - TV GUIDE >>

5-9: UEFA Women's Euro 2025 Qualifying (International) - TV GUIDE >>

6-9: 2024 SheBelieves Cup (International) - TV GUIDE >>

11: 2024 CONMEBOL Sub-20 Femenina - Kick Off (International) - TV GUIDE >>

12: Elitettan - 2024 Season Kick-Off (Sweden) - TV GUIDE >>

12: Kansallinen Liiga - 2024 Season Kick-Off (Finland) - TV GUIDE >>

13: Damallsvenskan - 2024 Season Kick-Off (Sweden) - TV GUIDE >>

13: AXA Women's Super League - Top-of-the-table clash: Servette vs Zürich (Switzerland) TV GUIDE >>

13-14: A-League Women - Elimination Finals (Australia) - TV GUIDE >>

14: Women's FA Cup - Semifinals (England) - TV GUIDE >>

14: Scottish Women's Premier League - Top game: Rangers vs Glasgow City (Scotland) - TV GUIDE >>

15: Serie A Femminile - Top-of-the-table clash: Roma vs Juventus (Italy) - TV GUIDE >>

15: Liga Femenina - 2024 Season Kick-Off (Paraguay)

20: UEFA Women's Champions League - Semifinals Leg 1 (International) - TV GUIDE >>

20: A-League Women - Semi-finals Leg 1 (Australia) - TV GUIDE >>

20: Liga F - Top game: Levante vs Real Madrid (Spain) - TV GUIDE >>

20. Kvindeliga - Top game: Brøndby IF vs HB Køge (Denmark) - TV GUIDE >>

20: Schweizer Cup Frauen - Final (Switzerland) - TV GUIDE >>

21: Taça de Portugal Feminina - Semifinals Leg 2 (Portugal) - TV GUIDE >>

26: Saudi Women's Premier League - Conclusion (Saudi Arabia) - TV GUIDE >>

27: Kvindepokalen - Semifinals Leg 1 (Denmark)

27: UEFA Women's Champions League - Semifinals Leg 1 (International) - TV GUIDE >>

27A-League Women - Semifinals Leg 1 (Australia) - TV GUIDE >>

27-28: Scottish Women's Cup - Semifinals (Scotland)




The Women's FA Cup is the annual cup tournament for women's clubs in England


Sponsor: Adobe


Founded: 1970 


Previous names: WFA Cup, FA Women's Cup and now Women's FA Cup (Adobe Women's FA Cup for sponsorship reasons)


Most titles: Arsenal (14 titles)


Reigning champions 2022-23: Chelsea (5th title) 


Teams participating 2023-24 season: 456, increase of 18 from previous year



First round qualifying: Teams from lowest leagues enter

Second round qualifying: Tier 5 teams enter

Third round qualifying: The 48 teams in the FA Women's National League Division One (tier 4) enter

First round: Teams in the Northern and Southern Premier Divisions (tier 3) enter

Second round: ...

Third round: The 12 teams from the Women's Championship enter 

Fourth round: The 12 Women's Super League teams enter


2024 Final venue: Wembley Stadium, London (11 or 12 May)


Prize money: A combined total prize fund for the competition is £6m, compared to around £3m previous year

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Highest league of women's football in Denmark

Founded: 1973

League sponsor: Gjensidige

Dates 2023/24 Season:

Autumn season: 25 August - 16 December 2023

Spring season: Pending

Teams: 8

Match rounds Fall season: 14 

Total matches Fall season: 56

Format - Fall season:

Each team meet each other twice, in total 14 match rounds, the top six teams advance to the Championship Round and bottom two teams to Relegation/Qualifying Round, which are played in the spring. 


Format - Spring season:  

The six teams qualified to the Championship Round bring the points from their Fall season with them. All teams meet each other twice (home / away) and the team with the most points is chosen as champion. 

In the Relegation/Qualifying Round, which also takes place in the spring, the two teams face the two top placed teams from Group 1/East and Group 2/West, from the 1st division (Kvinde 1. division). Thus, they form a pool of six teams, from which the two top placed teams qualify for the Kvindeliga, the season after. The remaining four teams that did not qualify will en up in Kvinde 1. division, the following season.

The qualifying round

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top two teams


Current champions 2022-23: HB Køge (3rd title)

Most championships: Brøndby IF (12 titles)

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Highest league of women's football in Italy, fully-professional from the 2022–23 season

Founded: 1968

League sponsor: eBay

Current champion 2022-23: Roma (1st title)

Most championships: Torres (7 titles)

2022-23 Top scorer: Tabitha Chawinga (23 goals)

2023-24 Season dates: 16 September 2023 – May 2024

Teams: 10

Rounds regular season: 18

Format: From the 2022/23 season the format has changed, two phases will take place:

  1. The 10 participating teams face each other in a round-robin tournament with home and away matches for a total of 18 matchdays.

  2. In the second phase the top-five ranked teams qualify to the championship round, while the last-five ranked teams play the relegation round.

Championship / Relegation round:

Each team keeps the points earned from the first phase, into the second phase. In both rounds, the five participating teams face each other in a round-robin tournament with home and away matches for a total of an additional 10 matchdays.

At the end of the second phase, the first ranked in the championship round is crowned champion of Italy and qualifies to the UEFA Women's Champions League alongside the second placed team.

Relegation / Promotion: In the relegation round the last-ranked team is relegated directly to the Serie B, while the second-last team plays the second-placed in the Serie B Femmenile for a place in the Serie A Femminile.

UWCL Qualification: Top two clubs

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The top league of women's football in Australia

Founded: 2008 (first season 2008/09)

Sponsor: Liberty

2023/24 season dates: 13 October 2023 – 5 May 2024

Teams: 12

Rounds: 22


  • Regular season: For the first time in the competition’s history, the Liberty A-League will feature a full home and away season. The highest ranked team after the 22 rounds, wins the title of "Premiers". For the first time in the competition’s history, the league will feature a full home and away season.

  • Knockout stage: The Australian format is a bit different from a 'normal' knockout phase. The top six clubs (expanded from four to six from 2023/24 season) at the conclusion of the regular season progress to the finals series. In the first week of finals fixtures, the third-through-sixth ranked teams play a single-elimination match, with the two winners of those matches joining the first and second ranked teams in two-legged ties played over two weeks. The two winners of those matches meet in the grand final. 

Reigning champions 2022/23 Sydney FC (4th title)

Reigning premiers 2022/23: Sydney FC (5th title)

Top goal scorer 2022/23: Hannah Keane (13 goals)

Most championships: Melbourne City, Sydney FC (4 titles each)

Official site >>


SWPL 1 - The top league of women's football in Scotland

Founded: 2002​

Current champion 2022-23: Glasgow City (16th title)

Most championships: Glasgow City (16 titles)

2023-24 Season dates: 13 August 2023 to 3 May 2024

Teams: 12

Format: Each team will play each other two times in a double round-robin before a "split", then another double round-robin of the top six and bottom six clubs respectively. 


Relegation / Promotion: The 11th-placed team will play qualification in the SWPL1 relegation/promotion play-off against the runners-up from SWPL 2. The bottom-placed team (12th) will be relegated to the SWPL 2.

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top two clubs

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23rd since the UEFA Women's Cup was founded in 2001. The 14th edition since the rebranding to the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2009. And it is the third edition to feature a 16-team, home-and-away group stage.


  • The top six nations are handed three spots (France, Germany, Spain, England, Sweden, Czech Republic).

  • The associations ranked 7–16 will enter with two clubs (Italy, Denmark, Netherlands, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Norway, Scotland, Belarus, Ukraine, Austria).

  • The remaining associations will enter with one team each. 

Four teams qualify directly to the group stage:

  1. The defending UWCL champions

  2. The league champions from the nations ranked 1 by UEFA coefficient

  3. The league champions from the nations ranked 2 by UEFA coefficient

  4. The league champions from the nations ranked 3 by UEFA coefficient

For all remaining teams who don't automatically qualify for the group stage, two paths will occur:

  1. A champions path (from where 7 teams qualify)

  2. A non-champions 'league' path (from where 5 teams qualify)

The two paths will take place in four-team, predetermined-venue miniature tournaments (one-off semifinals, third place, and final matches) and a second round of paired home-and-away ties.


A double-round-robin group stage with four groups of four - eight teams qualify for the home-and-away quarterfinals.


  • Barcelona

  • Eintracht Frankfurt

  • Rosengård

  • SL Benfica


  • Brann

  • Olympique Lyonnais

  • Slavia Praha

  • St. Pölten


  • Ajax

  • Bayern München

  • Paris Saint-Germain

  • Roma


  • Chelsea

  • BK Häcken

  • Paris FC

  • Real Madrid


San Mamés Stadium in Bilbao Spain will stage the final in the last weekend of May 2024.


Olympique Lyonnais (8 titles)


Germany (9 titles)

  • Frankfurt (4)

  • Turbine Potsdam (2)

  • VfL Wolfsburg (2)

  • Duisburg (1)

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The top league of women's football in Spain, now with professional league status.

Founded: 1988

Current champions: Barcelona (8th title)

Most championships: Barcelona (8 titles)

2022-23 Top scorer: Alba Redondo (27 goals)

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top three teams 

2023/24 Season: 8 September 2023 - 16 June 2024

Teams: 16

Match rounds: 30

Matches played over all: 240 


Format: Each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents.

At the end of each season, the club with the most points is crowned champion. If points are equal between teams, what determines the winner is:

  1. Goal difference in the matches between the two teams.

  2. Goal difference all matches of the championship.


Relegation: Bottom two teams to Primera Federación Femenina (the second highest division)

Official site >>


The Scottish Women's Premier League Cup, currently known as the Sky Sports Cup due to sponsorship and commonly shortened to the SWPL Cup.

2002/03 (Kilmarnock first winner)

Hibernian (7 titles)

Rangers (1st title)

The cup is open only to the teams in the Scottish Women's Premier League. 

1st round: 3 September 2023
2nd round: 1 October 2023
Quarter-finals: 12 November 2023
Semi-finals: 19 & 21 January 2024
Final: 24 March 2024

Official site >>


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