This week sees the resumption of club football in many top women's leagues around the world.

The international break is now over, which means it's back to club football for many of the top leagues around the world.

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

What to watch in women's football: April 12th to April 14th


The NWSL gets back underway starting from Friday, April 12th. One of Friday's games will feature Utah Royals vs Orlando Pride, with both teams eager to try to start putting some consistent results together when they square off. Other key games taking place this round include Chicago Red Stars vs Angel City, which takes place on Saturday as Chicago Red Stars hope their renaissance this season will continue at the expense of an Angel City yet to get up and running. Finally on Sunday, it's NY/NJ Gotham vs Kansas City Current, with the Current, who are the league leaders and the only side still with a perfect winning record after three games, aiming to make it four wins in four against Gotham.


Football in Germany returns on April 12th as the latest round of matches in the 2023/24 Frauen-Bundesliga season getting underway. Fans in the USA can live-stream some of these matches on DAZN USA, with the action starting with Werder Bremen vs RB Leipzig on Friday. Other games you will not want to miss and that will be live streamed on DAZN USA include Freiburg vs Wolfsburg, with Wolfsburg aiming to rebound after two back to back losses that have let Bayern Munich surge clear at the top of the table. Speaking of Bayern Munich, die Roten will look to extend their lead when they travel to face Duisburg on Sunday.

FA Women's Cup

On Sunday, April 14th there's an exciting double header in the FA Women's Cup. Fans in the USA have a great chance to live stream two great matches on ESPN+, starting with Tottenham vs Leicester, which kicks off at 7 am EST. Then, at 9.35 am EST, Manchester United will lock horns with Chelsea, with the Blues aiming to take one step closer towards successfully retaining their FA Women's Cup crown.


Meanwhile, over in the WSL, Arsenal will be playing their make up game against Bristol City on Sunday. The Gunners presently find themselves in third place, six points behind Chelsea and nine behind current league leaders Manchester City. It goes without saying that they will really need to step it up if they want to have any glimmer of hope at catching the top two - and that will start with picking up all three points in this upcoming game.

What to watch in women's football: April 15th to April 18th

Serie A (Women)

A great clash will be in store with Roma vs Juventus, and that match, which kicks off at 12 pm EST (9 am PST) will be live-streamed on DAZN USA. Although Roma have a whopping eight point lead over their upcoming opponents, the Giallorosse, who are aiming to successfully defend their Scudetto crown, will still not be taking the Bianconere lightly as they hope to finally put the Serie A title race to bed once and for all.


DAZN USA's coverage of the latest round of Frauen-Bundesliga ties concludes with Hoffenheim vs Köln. Hoffenheim have found some form lately, and will come into Monday's match having won four on the spin, while their upcoming visitors are narrowly just hovering above the drop zone.


Following their involvement in the Women's FA Cup, Chelsea will return to WSL duties as the Blues host Aston Villa. Given that the reigning WSL champions have fallen a bit behind league leaders Manchester City, the pressure will certainly be on Emma Hayes's team to try to avoid any slip-ups in this crunch tie.

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.