Fans Look Ahead to Spurs 2022/23 Barclays WSL Season

The Athletic managed to do an entire WSL Season Preview without mentioning Spurs once (yes, really!). So in the interests of balance, kind of, here's seven hardcore Spurs Women fans on the upcoming season: Predicted finishes, what games and what players they're most excited about and a bit on tactics! 1.   What position do you think …

New Spurs Women Podcast: N17 Women

A new podcast dedicated to Spurs Women called 'N17 Women' is now available on (near enough) all platforms. https://open.spotify.com/show/1jLRUp5N4EmrYZqcLhQHWi?si=7780e45b51bd40ec N17 Women is a collaboration between four of us. Me, Rachel (who set up this site), Sian (Proud Lilywhites Women's Team lead and co-presenter of the Proud Lilywhites podcast), Caroline (editor of Spurs Across the Pond …

Opinion: Spurs plan that the men’s team play Roma in Israel should be reversed

In this blog Rachel argues that Spurs organising an international friendly for our men's team in Israel puts the club on the wrong side of history and has implications for the whole club, including Spurs Women. Today's announcement by Spurs that the men's team will play Roma in Israel during the off-season has polarised fans, …

Ashleigh Neville’s exclusion from the England squad is a bad look

The England Squad was announced this week for the final pre-Euros friendly games. Once again all the outfield players were drawn from just four clubs and once again Ashleigh Neville was overlooked. Rachel argues that her omission is a bad look. First, because Ash is a great player who could contribute to the England setup. …

Player awards: Spurs Women End of Season Fan Survey Results (Part 2)

This is the second of three blogs with the results of the Spurs Women End of Season Fan Survey. Part 1 summarised fans' manager and player ratings. This part looks at who fans nominated in six (not entirely serious) categories. Part 3 explores fans' thoughts on the next season. So, let's get started. 1. The …

Spurs play Chelsea in double-header: Will our bench-players step up?

Spurs Women play Chelsea at the Hive on Sunday (24th April) and then away on Thursday (28th April). Following that the season wraps up with three games in eight days: away to Everton (Sunday); away to Arsenal (Wednesday); and Leicester at home, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Sunday). After a surprisingly successful third year in …