This week will see the return of the NWSL, as well as games from Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and more.

It's a relatively quiet week on the women's football front, but there are still quite a few games you will not want to miss.

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

What to watch in women's football: June 7th to June 9th


Can anyone stop the Orlando Pride? That will be the question on many fans' minds as the 2024 NWSL season resumes action on Friday, June 7th after a short hiatus. At the moment, Orlando Pride are the most in-form team in the league, with eight consecutive wins seeing them now sitting on top of the table by two points. They will be traveling to take on the San Diego Wave this Friday and given their impressive showings to date, the current league leaders are the heavy favorites to make it a ninth win on the trot and extend their lead to five in what is shaping up to be a very interesting early battle for the NWSL title.

Meanwhile, Kansas City Current, who were on top of the table but now have been overtaken by the resurgent Orlando Pride, will look to remain within touching distance of the league leaders when they face Seattle Reign on Sunday. Given that the Reign come into this game sitting in the penultimate spot in the table and have lost their last three matches, it is safe to assume that the Current should have no problems picking up a crucial three points to try to ensure they don't start slipping behind in this season's title race.

On Saturday, Washington Spirit, who also have been in excellent form lately, will also be seeking to pick up maximum points. The Spirit currently sit in third ahead of this week's round of matches, but could temporarily leap-frog Kansas City Current into second spot if they, as expected, beat a Utah Royals side who currently sit bottom of the table.

Liga F

Moving onto Europe, Liga F is still ongoing. Although Barcelona have already won the title with plenty of games to spare, the Blaugrana will still look to finish their season off on the right note when they host Real Betis this Sunday. Last season saw Barcelona lose their unbeaten streak in the league following a 2-1 loss to Madrid on the final matchday, and it goes without saying that the Blaugrana will be determined to avoid a similar result in their last two games of the 2023/24 Liga F season.

Other games to keep an eye on include Granada vs Levante, Villarreal vs Sporting De Huelva, and Levante Las Palmas vs Valencia. With Sporting de Huelva already eliminated, there are three teams desperately scrambling to avoid the drop: Villarreal (15th, 22 points), Granada (14th, 24 points), and Levante Las Palmas (13th, 24 points). Real Betis, who sit in 12th on 27 points, appear to be out of the danger zone for now, but will be facing a tough test against Barcelona meaning that a negative result from that game, coupled with good results for Villarreal, Granada, and Levante Las Palmas could see Real Betis potentially facing a rather nervy end to the 2023/24 Liga F campaign. 

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.  

Here's where you can catch key games in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.

What to watch in women's football: June 10th to June 13th


Fans of Sweden's top league will have matches to tune into over the next few days on Wednesday, June 12th and Thursday, June 13th. Make sure you check out our matchpage to tune into key games from Sweden taking place this week.

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.