Women's Super League season set to end

The organisers of the league and FA held talks on Friday and foresaw logistical problems in resuming the WSL.

A Women's Super League match between Manchester City and Manchester United in progress at the Etihad Stadium.   -  Getty Images

The Women's Super League season is unlikely to restart due to logistical and financial constraints.

The organisers of the league and FA held talks on Friday and foresaw logistical problems including ensuring safe training and matchday practices, the Independent reported.

READ| All league teams cleared to start group training in Spain

The decision is likely to be ratified next week.

If the league doesn't restart, a champion is likely to be announced based on the method followed by the League Two.

Manchester City is currently on top with 40 points after 16 games. Chelsea is one point behind after15 games.

Update on the resumption of women's league in Europe and more in this episode of the Not Just A Man's World podcast.

 

  Dugout videos