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4-5: Coppa Italia Femminile, Semi-finals Leg 1 (Italy)
5: FA Women's League Cup, Final, Chelsea Women vs Arsenal Women, Selhurst Park (England)
5: Coupe de France Féminine, Quarter-finals (France)
7-9: Copa de la Reina, Quarter-finals (Spain)
11: Coppa Italia Femminile, Semi-finals Leg 2 (Italy)
11: Liga F top game: Levante Femenino vs Barcelona Femení (Spain)
12: Women's Super League top game: Chelsea Women vs Manchester United Women (England)
12: Liga F Madrid derby: Atlético de Madrid Femenino vs Real Madrid Femenino (Spain)
17: Serie A Femminile: Championship Round kick off (Italy)
17-18: Coupe de France Féminine, Semi-finals (France)
18-19: Svenska Cupen Damer, Semi-finals (Sweden)
19: Women's FA Cup, Quarter-finals (England)
19: Liga MX Femenil top-of-table clash: Chivas Guadalajara Femenil vs Rayadas Monterrey (Mexico)
21-22: UEFA Women's Champions League, Quarter-finals Leg 1 (International)
24: Damallsvenskan 2023, Season kick off (Sweden)
25: Toppserien 2023, Season kick off (Norway)
25: National Women’s Soccer League 2023, Season kick off (United States)
: Frauen-Bundesliga top game: Bayern Munich Frauen vs Wolfsburg Frauen (Germany)
25: Liga F, ‘new’ El Clásico Femenino: Barcelona Femení vs Real Madrid Femenino (Spain)
26: Women's Super League top game: Manchester City Women vs Chelsea Women (England)

27: Scottish Women's Premier League 1, 'Old Firm' Glasgow derby: Rangers vs Celtic (Scotland)
29-30: UEFA Women's Champions League, Quarter-finals Leg 2 (International)
31: Damallsvenskan, Top game: Linköping FC vs FC Rosengård (Sweden)
31: Kvindeliga: Season resumes with kick off in Championship round (Denmark)





The Italian Women's Cup was first held in 1971 and is a competition reserved for Serie A Femminile and Serie B Femminile clubs.


The winner of the cup will challenge the Italian league champions team in the Italian Super Cup; 'Supercoppa Italiana Femminile'.


The 2022-2023 edition is the 51st edition and started on August 28, 2022 and will end in 2023 (Date TBA).

Current champions: Juventus (2 titles)

Most successful club: Torres (8 titles)

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The annual cup tournament in England for clubs from Women's Super League and Women's Championship

Known as the FA Women's Continental League Cup for sponsorship reasons

Sponsor: Continental

Nick name: Conti Cup

Founded: 2011

Most successful club: Arsenal (5 titles)


Reigning champions 2021-22: Manchester City (4th title) 

Teams participating 2022-23 season: All 24 teams from the Women's Super League and Women's Championship

Format: Teams are divided into five groups, where every team play each other once. When the group stage is completed, the first-placed team in each of the five groups and the best-placed runner-up will qualify for the quarter-finals, where the two UEFA Women's Champions League teams Chelsea and Arsenal will join, to make up the eight quarter-final teams 


  • Group Stage: 1 October 2022 - 18 January 2023

  • Quarter-finals: 25 - 26 January 2023

  • Semi-finals: 8 -9 February 2023

  • Final: 5 March 2023

2023 Final venue: Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park in London

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Annual women's cup in France.

Founded in 2001 as Challenge de France. From the 2011–12 season the competition was renamed to Coupe de France Féminine

Most successful club: Olympique Lyonnais (9 titles)

Reigning champions 2021/22: Paris Saint-Germain (3rd title)

Format: The first round takes place without the clubs of Division 1 Féminine and Division 2 Féminine. The second round sees their entry, where first the D2 clubs enter before the D1 Arkema clubs enter in the Round of 16


  • Second round: 10-11 December 2022​

  • Round of 32: 17-18 January 2023

  • Round of 16: 28-29 January 2023

  • Quarter-finals: 5 March 2023

  • Semi-finals: 18 March 2023

  • Final: 13 or 14 May 2023

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The Copa de la Reina (Queen's Cup) is an annual cup competition for Spanish women's teams organized by the RFEF (Royal Spanish Football Federation). 


The tournament was founded in 1983, five years before the Spanish women's league was created meaning the winners of the cup were crowned as Spanish champions.

From 2004 to 2017 the top eight clubs at the end of the league season qualified for the cup, and the knockout tournament took place once the league season was over. Since 2018, all the 16 teams of the first division joined and the competition has since been played during the league season.

FORMAT & DATES 2022/23

48 teams participate. All ties are played in a single-match decider:

  • First round: 13–15, 27–28 September 2022

  • Second round: 18–20 October 2022

  • Third round: 22-24 November 2022

  • Round of 16: 11 January 2023

  • Quarter-finals: 7-9 March 2023

  • Semi-finals: 23 May 2023

  • Final: 28 May 2023


FC Barcelona Femení (9th title)



FC Barcelona Femení (9 titles)


Highest league of women's football in England, with professional league status (since the 2018–19 season).

Founded: 2010 (First season 2011)

League sponsor: Barclays

Current champion 2021-22: Chelsea (5th title)

Most championships: Chelsea (5 titles)

2021-22 Top scorer: Sam Kerr (20 goals)

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top three teams

2022-23 Season dates: 10 September - 28 May


Teams: 12


Rounds: 22


Total matches: 132


Format: Each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 22 games. At the end of the season, the club with the most points is crowned the league champions. If points are equal between teams, what determines the winner is:

  1.  Goal difference

  2. Number of goals scored


Relegation / Promotion: The bottom placed club (12th) will be relegated to Barclays Women's Championship. The winner of Barclays Women's Championship will promote to Barclays Women's Super League.

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

Founded: 1988

League sponsor: Finetwork

Current champions: Barcelona (7th title)

Most championships: Barcelona (7 titles)

2021-22 Top scorer: Asisat Oshola / Geyse Ferreira (20 goals each)

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top three teams 

2022/23 Season: 10 September 2022 - 21 May 2023

Teams: 16

Match rounds: 30

Matches played overall: 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)

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

Sponsor: Vitality


Founded: 1970 


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

Most titles: Arsenal (14 titles)


Reigning champions 2021-22: Chelsea (4th title)​

Teams participating 2022-23 season: 438, increase of 21 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

2023 Final venue: Wembley Stadium, London (14 May)

Prize money: A combined £3,000,000, compared to around £400,000 previous year

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Highest league of women's football in Mexico

Founded: 2016 (first season 2017)

Sponsor: BBVA

Current season: 2022/23

Apertura* season: 8 July - 14 November 2022

Clausura* season: 6 January - June 2023

Teams: 18

Rounds: 17 

Knockout Stage: The top eight teams qualify to the knockout stage called 'Liguilla'

Quarter-finals, semi-finals and final are played with a two-legged system; a home + away game for each team

Total Matches: 167 (153 + 14 playoffs)

Current champion (2022 Clausura): Chivas Guadalajara

Current champion (2022 Apertura): Tigres UANL (5th title)

Top goal scorer 2022 Clausura: Alicia Cervante 14 goals

Top goal scorer 2022 Apertura: Mia Fishel 17 goals)

Most championships all seasons: Tigres UANL (5 titles)

*The Apertura and Clausura tournaments is a split season format common for many Latin American football leagues in which the season is divided in two sections per season (Apertura + Clausura) each with its own champion.

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22nd since the UEFA Women's Cup was founded in 2001. The 13th edition since the rebranding to the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2009. And it is the second 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:

The defending UWCL champions

The league champions from the nations ranked 1 by UEFA coefficient

The league champions from the nations ranked 2 by UEFA coefficient

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:

A champions path (from where 7 teams qualify)

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.


Philips Stadion in Eindhoven, Netherlands will stage the final 3 June 2023.


Olympique Lyonnais 


TOP SCORER 2021/22:

Alexia Putellas (11 goals)


Olympique Lyonnais (8 titles)


Germany (9 titles)

Frankfurt (4)

Turbine Potsdam (2)

VfL Wolfsburg (2)

Duisburg (1)

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Highest league of women's football in Germany

Founded: 1990

League sponsor: FLYERALARM

Current champion 2021-22: Vfl Wolfsburg (7th title) 

Most championships: 1. FFC Frankfurt & Vfl Wolfsburg (7 titles each)

2021-22 Top scorer: Lea Schüller (16 goals)

2022-23 Season dates: 16 September - 28 May

Teams: 12

Rounds: 22

Total matches: 132

Format: Each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 22 games. 

At the end of each season, the club with the most points is crowned champion. If points are equal between teams, the goal difference and then goals scored and then head-to-head results, determine the winner. 


Relegation / Promotion: Bottom two clubs relegate to 2. Frauen-Bundesliga and and the top two clubs in 2. Frauen-Bundesliga are promoted to Frauen-Bundesliga in their place.

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top three clubs

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Highest league of women's football in Sweden

Founded: 1988

League sponsor: OBOS

2023 Season: 24 March - 11 November

Teams: 14 

Match rounds: 26 

Matches played overall: 182 

UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top three teams 

​Relegation / Promotion: The bottom two teams will be relegated to Elitettan (2nd division) from which the top two teams instead will be promoted from. The third bottom-placed team from Damallsvenskan will play play-offs against the third-placed team from Elitettan for a spot in next season's Damallsvenskan

Current champions 2022: FC Rosengård (13th title)

Most championships: FC Rosengård (13 titles)

2022 Top scorer: Amalie Jørgensen Vangsgaard; (22)

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Highest league of women's football in Norway

Founded: 1984

  • 2000–present (as Toppserien) 

  • 1996–1999 (as Eliteserien) 

  • 1984–1995 (as 1. divisjon)

League sponsor: OBOS

2023 Season dates: 25 March - 12 November

Teams: 10

Match rounds: 27

Matches played overall: 135 (all teams meet each other three times

Format: The 10 teams play each other three times, totalling 27 matches per team. The ninth placed team will face the second placed team of 1. divisjon in a two-legged play-off to decide who will play in the Toppserien next season.


UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: Top two teams  


Current champions 2022: SK Brann (2nd title)


Most championships: LSK Kvinner / Trondheims-Ørn (7 titles each)

2022 Top scorer: Elise Thorsnes (19 goals)

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National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) is the highest league of women's soccer/football in USA

Founded: 2012

2023 season: 25 March – 11 November

Teams: 12

Format: The top six teams in the final standings at the end of the NWSL season qualify for the playoffs and are seeded in order of their record; the top two teams receive a first-round bye.

Relegation / Promotion: No relegation / promotion as NWSL is a franchise league 

Current champions 2022: Portland Thorns FC (3rd title)

Current NWSL Shield* 2022: OL Reign (3rd shield)

Top Scorer 2022: Alex Morgan (15 goals)

Most championships: Portland Thorns FC (3 titles)

Most NWSL Shields*: OL Reign and North Carolina Courage (3 shields each)

*Annual award given to the team with the best regular season record

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Grace Moloney, Reading / Ireland - Born 1993


Natasha Harding, Aston Villa / Wales - Born 1989


Guro Bergsvand, Brighton & Hove Albion / Norway - Born 1994

Luna Gewitz, Montpellier / Denmark - Born 1994

Aldana Cometti, Madrid CFF / Argentina - Born 1996

Onyinyechi Zogg, Turbine Potsdam / Nigeria - Born 1997

Deanne Rose, Reading FC / Canada - Born 1999

Cecilia Marcos, Real Sociedad / Spain - Born 2001


Shea Groom, Houston Dash / USA - Born 1993

Melissa Kössler, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim / Germany - Born 2000


Vicky Losada, Manchester City / Spain - Born 1991

Nicole Billa, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim / Austria - Born 1996

Riola Xhemaili, SC Freiburg / Switzerland - Born 2003

Marie Mulot, Paris Saint-Germain / France - Born 2006


Rita Chikwelu, Levante Las Planas FC / Nigeria - Born 1988

Jacqueline Burns, Reading FC / Northern Ireland - Born 1997


Yulema Corres, Athletic Bilbao / Spain - Born 1992

Mary Earps, Manchester United / England - Born 1993

Megan Connolly, Brighton & Hove Albion / Ireland - Born 1997

Bethany Balcer, OL Reign / USA - Born 1997


Claire Emslie, Angel City FC / Scotland - Born 1994


Aniek Nouwen, AC Milan / Netherlands - Born 1999


Nikita Parris, Manchester United / England - Born 1994

Gabi Nunes, Madrid CFF / Brazil - Born 1997

Nahikari García, Real Madrid / Spain - Born 1997

Claudia Florentino, Real Madrid / Spain - Born 1998


Vanessa Gilles, Olympique Lyonnais / Canada - Born 1996

Jessie Fleming,  Chelsea / Canada - Born 1998


Silvia Meseguer, Sevilla / Spain - Born 1989

Ally Watt, Orlando Pride / USA - Born 1997

Gloria Marinelli, Inter / Italy - Born 1998

Ivana Fuso, Bayer Leverkusen / Brazil - Born 2001

Pichi, Real Madrid / Spain - Born 2003


Maitane López, Atlético Madrid / Spain - Born 1995


Bárbara Latorre, Atlético Madrid - Spain - Born 1993

Cristina Martín-Prieto, Sevilla / Spain - Born 1993

Livia Peng, Levante UD / Switzerland - Born 2002

Sofia Fuente, Real Madrid / Spain - Born 2005


Sheila García, Atlético Madrid / Spain - Born 1997

Dina Blagojević, Bayer Leverkusen / Serbia - Born 1997

Alice Regazzoli Sampdoria / Italy - Born 1999


Meaghan Sargeant, Aston Villa / England - Born 1994

Katelyn Rowland, North Carolina Courage / USA - Born 1994

Aïssatou Tounkara, Manchester United / France - Born 1995

Tang Jiali, Madrid CFF / China - Born 1995

Ashley Sanchez, Washington Spirit / USA - Born 1999


Pauline Peyraud-Magnin, Juventus / France - Born 1992

Viola Calligaris, Levante UD / Switzerland - Born 1996


Kylie Strom, Orlando Pride / USA - Born 1992

Mana Iwabuchi, Tottenham Hotspur / Japan - Born 1993

Lo’eau LaBonta, Kansas City Current / USA - Born 1993


Katarzyna Kiedrzynek, Vfl Wolfsburg / Poland - Born 1991

Sanni Franssi, Real Sociedad / Finland - Born 1995

Mariona Caldentey, FC Barcelona / Spain - Born 1996

Fuka Nagano, Liverpool FC / Japan - Born 1999

Alexandra Jóhannsdóttir, Fiorentina / Iceland - Born 2000


Esther Sullastres, Sevilla / Spain - Born 1993

Kateřina Svitková, Chelsea / Czech Republic - Born 1996


Darya Kravets, FC Como / Ukraine - Born 1994

Imani Dorsey, NJ/NY Gotham FC / USA - Born1996

Sofia Hagman, Sporting Huelva / Sweden - Born 1997

Marta Pandini, Inter / Italy - Born 1998


Kayleigh Green, Brighton & Hove Albion / Wales - Born 1988

Leila Ouahabi, Manchesteer City / Spain - Born 1993

Angelina Anderson, Angel City FC / USA - Born 2001


Alessia Piazza, Inter / Italy - Born 1998

Mayra Ramirez, Levante UD / Colombia - Born 1999

Emma Snerle, West Ham United / Denmark - Born 2001


Jasmine Matthews, Liverpool / England - Born 1993

Hailie Mace, Kansas City Current / USA - Born 1997

Ella Palis, Girondins Bordeaux / France - Born 1999


Maite Oroz, Real Madrid / Spain - Born 1993


Savannah DeMelo, Racing Louiseville / USA - Born 1998

Inès Benyahia, Olympique Lyonnais / France - Born 2003


Sara Gama, Juventus / Italy - Born 1989

Geyse Ferreira, FC Barcelona / Brazil - Born 1998


Francesca Vitale, Fiorentina / Italy - Born 1992

Tatiana Pinto, Levante UD / Portugal - Born 1994

Cecilia Re, Sampdoria / Italy - Born 1994


Leah Williamson, Arsenal / England - Born 1997

Emma Harries, Reading FC / England - Born 2002


Anna Moorehouse, Orlando Pride / England - Born 1995

Maddi Torre, Real Sociedad / Spain - Born 1996

Nike Herrmann, FC Bayern Munich / Germany - Born 2002


Becky Jane, Reading FC / England - Born 1992

Marie Dehri, Girondins Bordeaux / France - Born 2003

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