All Women’s Super League transfers have been completed ahead of the next season And squads are complete.

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All Women’s Super League transfers have been completed ahead of the next season And squads are complete.

As Barclays Women’s Super League teams prepare for the 2021-2022 campaign, WSL action is ready to begin for a new season. All of the summer transfers for each team are available on Express Sport, including championship contenders Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Manchester United.

This weekend, the WSL returns for another season, with a brand new multi-million pound rights contract. Following the league’s agreement with the BBC and Sky Sports, women’s football will be available to a wider audience than ever before.

After a fantastic 2020-2021 season, Chelsea enters the upcoming season as the defending WSL champions.

The Blues finished the season with 57 points after winning 18 of their 22 league games.

They were two points ahead of second-placed Manchester City and nine points ahead of Arsenal in third place.

Manchester United finished fourth, just outside the Champions League qualification spots, while Leicester City earned their first promotion to the WSL.

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