FA Women’s Super League 2021/22 – odds, schedule & results

Table
5 most recent MP W D L GF-GA Pts
1 Chelsea 11 10 1 0 29-4 31 11 8 1 2 33-7 25 22 18 2 2 62-11 56
2 Arsenal 11 10 1 0 40-6 31 11 7 3 1 25-4 24 22 17 4 1 65-10 55
3 Manchester City 11 7 1 3 31-11 22 11 8 1 2 29-11 25 22 15 2 5 60-22 47
4 Manchester United 11 8 1 2 29-11 25 11 4 5 2 16-11 17 22 12 6 4 45-22 42
5 Tottenham Hotspur 11 5 3 3 12-8 18 11 4 2 5 12-15 14 22 9 5 8 24-23 32
6 West Ham United 11 3 4 4 14-15 13 11 4 2 5 9-18 14 22 7 6 9 23-33 27
7 Brighton and Hove Albion 11 4 2 5 11-18 14 11 4 0 7 13-20 12 22 8 2 12 24-38 26
8 Reading 11 5 1 5 12-18 16 11 2 3 6 9-22 9 22 7 4 11 21-40 25
9 Aston Villa 11 1 2 8 5-17 5 11 5 1 5 8-23 16 22 6 3 13 13-40 21
10 Everton 11 2 3 6 11-22 9 11 3 2 6 7-19 11 22 5 5 12 18-41 20
11 Leicester 11 3 1 7 9-26 10 11 1 0 10 5-27 3 22 4 1 17 14-53 13
12 Birmingham City 11 1 1 9 5-20 4 11 2 1 8 10-31 7 22 3 2 17 15-51 11
Schedule
Results
Game
Results
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
1 - 0
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
0 - 2
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
0 - 1
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
1 - 1
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
4 - 2
13:00 8/5
8/5 13:00
0 - 4
20:15 4/5
4/5 20:15
3 - 0
20:00 4/5
4/5 20:00
6 - 0
20:30 1/5
1/5 20:30
2 - 2
19:45 1/5
1/5 19:45
0 - 1
Form table 5 latest games in FA WSL
MP W D L GF-GA GD Pts
1Manchester City 5 5 0 0 23-2 21 15
2Arsenal 5 5 0 0 20-0 20 15
3Chelsea 5 5 0 0 15-4 11 15
4Manchester United 5 3 1 1 9-5 4 10
5Birmingham City 5 2 1 2 4-8 -4 7
6Aston Villa 5 1 2 2 2-9 -7 5
7Tottenham Hotspur 5 1 1 3 5-10 -5 4
8Brighton and Hove Albion 5 1 1 3 6-12 -6 4
9Everton 5 0 3 2 4-9 -5 3
10West Ham United 5 1 0 4 2-10 -8 3
11Reading 5 0 2 3 2-12 -10 2
12Leicester 5 0 1 4 0-19 -19 1
Teams goal form in FA WSL
Offensive Goals for/game
1Arsenal2.9545
2Chelsea2.8182
3Manchester City2.7273
4Manchester United2.0455
5Brighton and Hove Albion1.0909
6Tottenham Hotspur1.0909
7West Ham United1.0455
8Reading0.9545
9Everton0.8182
10Birmingham City0.6818
11Leicester0.6364
12Aston Villa0.5909
Defensive Goals for/game
1Arsenal0.4545
2Chelsea0.5000
3Manchester City1.0000
4Manchester United1.0000
5Tottenham Hotspur1.0455
6West Ham United1.5000
7Brighton and Hove Albion1.7273
8Aston Villa1.8182
9Reading1.8182
10Everton1.8636
11Birmingham City2.3182
12Leicester2.4091

FA WSLThe FA Women’s Super League, or the FA WSL for short, is the top league for women in the English football system. The league was established in 2010 and replaced the FA Women’s Premier League – which used to be the top league for women.

The league currently holds 12 fully professional teams. Current champions are Chelsea who secured their fourth title last season – being the first team since 2014 to defend a title. They were awarded the title for the 2019/20 season on a points-per-game basis, since the series was cancelled due to the pandemic.

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FA Women’s Super League schedule

The The FA Women’s Super League is with its 12 teams played over 22 rounds. The season spans from August to March, and almost exclusively has match days on the weekends.

About the FA Women’s Super League

The FA Women’s Super League started in 2011 as an replacement for the FA Women’s Premier League which used to be the top league in England for women. Originally, 8 teams played in the league.

Later, in 2014, a second division was added to the women’s league. The FA Women’s Super League was expanded to keep 12 teams, and a relegation system between the two divisions was put into use.

Fully professional players

The FA Women’s Super League started outs as a semi-professional league, with only a handful of top players full-time. The FA did however announce a goal for the league to become fully professional – which it is starting from the 2018/19 season.