Womens Super League season ended with immediate effect


Women’s Super League season ended with immediate effect

It also affected the Women’s Championship season

The 2019-20 Women’s Super League and Championship season has been ended with immediate effect.

The competitions were suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, and now a decision has been taken not to try to restart, but to instead focus on preparations for 2020-21.

A statement on the Football Association’s website said the decision had been reached after “overwhelming feedback” from the clubs.

Recommendations for settling the sporting outcomes of the season – such as which teams should represent England in the 2020-21 Women’s Champions League – have been sent to the FA board for consideration.

Published: by Radio NewsHub

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