Although all of Europe's major leagues have now concluded, there are still plenty of games to follow, including even in Europe. For example, the leagues in Scandinavia, namely in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, are still in full swing, while over in North America, the NWSL season is fully underway with a very closely-contested title race that has seen the league leaders change several times already.
Here's all you need to know ahead of another week of women's football.
Matchday 11 starts on Friday, June 9th, as San Diego Wave travel to face Racing Louisville. The Wave presently sit in second place on 19 points, only behind current league leaders Portland Thorns on goal difference, and given that their match will be the first of this round, could move into top spot.
Meanwhile, the Thorns will be wrapping up matchday 11 with a road game against Orlando Pride, who were beaten 2-0 by Houston Dash last time out and yet have fully get their season up and running. Elsewhere, Gotham FC, who started matchday 10 on top of the table, have slid into fourth place following their 1-0 defeat to San Diego last time out, but could technically re-claim top spot if they defeat the aforementioned Houston Dash on Sunday and Portland, San Diego, and Washington Spirit all fail to win their respective ties.
Washington Spirit, who dropped points in a one-all draw against Louisville, presently sit in third spot on 17 points and will aim to keep up pressure on the teams ahead of them in the table when they host floundering Angel City on Saturday. And OL Reign, who have slid to fifth, will seek to pick up a crucial victory when they welcome struggling Kansas City Current this weekend.
Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the NWSL:
Damallsvenskan, Toppserien, and Elitedivisionen
In Scandinavia, the top leagues in women's football are all still in process, with ongoing title races in Sweden's Damallsvenskan, Denmark's Elitedivisionen, and Norway's Toppserien. In Sweden, BK Häcken have a narrow lead over the chasing pack, but will certainly fancy their chances at possibly pulling further ahead given they will be facing relegation-threatened Brommapojkarna. Over in Denmark, reigning champions HB Køge still continue to lead the way as they aim to win a third consecutive title, but will still be wary of Brøndby, who are the league's most decorated side with 12 titles to their name.
And in Norway, who changed their league format to have all 10 teams play each other three times (as opposed to having championship and play-off matches), Vålerenga hold a commanding lead over the chasing pack.
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 LiveSoccerTV.com for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more.