After a pause due to international fixtures, club football returns this week as the NWSL, Serie A, and more leagues resume action.

With the international break now completed, all attention will turn back towards club football. Many of the world's top leagues in the women's game will get back underway this week, and we have all the info you'll need in order to closely track what your favorite players and teams are doing.

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


The newest season of NWSL is now in full swing, and matchday three kicks off with a tie featuring Portland Thorns and Houston Dash. Led by the strong early form of American international Sophia Smith, who has netted four times already this season, the Thorns presently sit top of the table having won their first two matches. Meanwhile, Houston have earned four points, with one win and a draw from their opening two ties.

Meanwhile, San Diego Wave, who are joint-tied for points with Portland Thorns but sit in second due to their slightly inferior goal difference, will aim to potentially leapfrog the current league leaders when they take on OL Reign on Saturday. Given that the Reign are the reigning NWSL Shield holders, this could be a really interesting match-up considering that the Wave have Alex Morgan, last season's top goal-scorer in their ranks.

It's been a really rough start for Orlando Pride, who are seeking their first win after a crushing 4-0 opening day loss to Portland Thorns and a recent 2-1 setback against new team Angel City. Marta and her colleagues will be looking for redemption when they face NJ/NY Gotham FC at home on Saturday. Like their upcoming hosts, Gotham have had a wobbly start to the 2023 season, albeit come into that contest in slightly better form having won their season opener 2-1 against Angel City.

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


Serie A (Women)

Although Roma's foray into the Champions League ended in disappointment as they were thrashed 6-1 on aggregate by Barcelona, the Giallorosse still have plenty to play for this season. With an eight point lead over the chasing pack, Roma are on course to win the Scudetto, and will hope to further extend that lead when they travel to face Inter Milan this weekend.

Another game women's football fans will not want to miss will be third-placed Juventus welcoming Fiorentina on Sunday. The Bianconere are the reigning Scudetto holders, having won their fifth title last season, but now face a tough task if they hope to catch up to Roma who hold an eight point advantage. They will be looking to make some progress in that task - and hope that Inter can also do them a favor - when they lock horns with the Viola, who are in the midst of a slump having lost two in a row.

Here's where you can tune into all the games taking place in Serie A (Women):


Primera Division (Liga F)

Moving on to Spain, Barcelona remain firmly in control of the title race. The Blaugrana are the reigning title winners, having won it not just last season, but in all of the past three. With a whopping 101 goals scored and just five conceded, they certainly could break the record set last term, during which they scored 159 times and conceded just 11. Next up for Barcelona, who have won every single one of their 24 games so far, is a home tie against Atletico Madrid, who have been in excellent form with four wins from their last five games. Will the visitors be the first team to be able to nick a point - or perhaps more - off Barcelona this season?

Real Madrid, who suffered a wobble with two losses and a draw recently, will hope to continue their progress as they face Real Betis on the road. Las Blancas have earned 59 points so far, and for all intents and purposes, with the title race pretty much decided, they will be firmly focused on ensuring they can hold the likes of Levante at bay to secure second spot.

Finally, Levante, who are having one of their best seasons in recent times, will look to bounce back from a recent defeat when they host a relegation-threatened Villarreal this weekend.

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


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