WSL set for major overhaul with 14 full-time teams



Top-flight changes to be implemented from next season
The Football Association announced a major revamp yesterday of the women’s club pyramid, with a top tier of 14 full-time teams planned for the start of next season.
The current Women’s Super League (WSL) was set up in 2011 and a second tier, Super League Two, was added in 2014 — there are 10 teams in each but several are still part-time.
The FA now wants to make a clear distinction between full-and part-time teams in order to raise standards and boost the popularity of women’s football.
Below the new top flight will be a national league... read more

 
28 September 2017 in Sport, Views: 35
Source: Morning Star
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