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This week in Women's Football: Frauen-Bundesliga, Women's Super League, NWSL, and more

March 30, 2023 By Michelle Bonsu
This week will feature plenty of exciting games, including from North America, Germany, England, and more.

The UEFA Women's Champions League is now in the semi-finals stage, with four teams hoping to win the coveted prize this year. Meanwhile, the NWSL is in full swing after an exciting start and the title races in England and Germany continues to pick up steam and keep fans on their toes.

Here's all you need to know ahead of another week of women's football.


The newest season of women's top flight football in the US got off to a roaring start, as only one of the six games played - featuring Houston Dash and Racing Louisville - finished as a scoreless stalemate. Reigning champs Portland Thorns kicked off their title defense with a resounding 4-0 win over Orlando Pride, and they will look to make it two wins in two when they travel to face Kansas City on Saturday. Meanwhile, OL Reign, who won the NWSL Shield last season, slumped to a disappointing 1-0 loss to Washington Spirit and naturally will look to get back to winning ways on matchday two when they take on NY/NJ Gotham on the road.

Saturday, which will feature five matches, will conclude with a tie featuring San Diego Wave versus North Carolina Courage. Both teams come into this match having won their season openers, with the Wave beating Chicago Red Stars 3-2 thanks to a late penalty from Alex Morgan, while Danish international Mille Gejl's first half effort was enough to decide proceedings against Kansas City.

Here's where you can tune into all the games taking place in the NWSL:


Women's Super League

Last round saw a huge shake-up in the league standings. On Saturday, Manchester United cruised to a 4-0 win over West Ham to help the Red Devils rise to top spot in the table ahead of the showdown between Manchester City and Chelsea. Then, on Sunday, the Cityzens defeated the Blues 2-0, meaning that Emma Hayes's side will be under some pressure to pick up maximum points in their Sunday tie against Aston Villa. While Chelsea do still have a game in hand, the Blues could find themselves four points behind both Manchester United and Manchester City before even taking to the pitch.

Meanwhile, Manchester United will kick off the upcoming matchday with an away game against Brighton, who have won just two games all season and none since November 2022. On paper at least, this looks like a straightforward win for the Red Devils, who won 4-0 in the reverse fixture and are hoping to win what would be their first WSL title this season.

Fresh off their crucial 2-0 win over Chelsea, Manchester City will look to build more positive momentum when they head to face Arsenal on Saturday. The Gunners are in fourth spot, but are still hoping to keep their foot in the door as far as the title race is concerned; a win for the hosts could see them rise to second in the table. Like Chelsea, Arsenal also do have a game in hand so the outcome of this upcoming tie could cause yet another major shake-up in what's shaping up to be a very interesting title race.

Here's how you can follow this latest round of Women's Super League games:


Last week's batch of Frauen-Bundesliga games produced some exciting results. For starters, the title race starring Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg took another interesting twist, as Bayern narrowly defeated Wolfsburg 1-0. As such, Bayern hold a narrow one-point lead at the table's summit ahead of their Saturday trip to face a Meppen side who have picked up just one point from their last quintet of games.

Wolfsburg, for their part, will need to recover in order to keep up the pressure on Bayern. Die Wölfinnen will seek to use their recent success in the UEFA Women's Champions League after beating PSG 2-1 on aggregate to inspire them when they host Werder Bremen on Sunday. Their opponents come into that match having picked up two wins from their last two games after a previous wobble.

Turbine Potsdam still have a long way to go to avoid relegation, but the struggling side finally achieved something they were desperately needing to do all season: They won a match! The relegation candidates valiantly battled to a 3-1 win over Meppen last time out, and will now look to take advantage of Freiburg's recent woes. While Freiburg, who will host Sunday's match, sit in a more comfortable fifth spot with 22 points - versus Turbine Potsdam's measly five - they have lost four on the trot, meaning that this could really represent a great chance for the visitors to pick up some much needed points this weekend.

Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the Frauen-Bundesliga:


Didn't find your favorite women's league on this list? No worries, as this is just a highlight of some of the exciting games coming up this week. Make sure to check out our special Women's Football Page here at for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more. 

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