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Matildas striker Caitlin Foord joins Arsenal from Sydney FC

Caitlin Foord
Caitlin Foord has joined FA Women's Super League side Arsenal.
  

Matildas striker Caitlin Foord has been granted a release from Sydney FC to join FA Women's Super League giants Arsenal.

The latest in a string of W-League players to sign with a European club, the 25-year-old will link up Australian coach Joe Montemurro at the FAWSL champions.

"I'm sad to be leaving my girls at Sydney FC at this stage of the season but this is an unbelievable opportunity which is impossible to turn down," she said.

"Arsenal are one of the world's biggest clubs and the...

WSL: Arsenal cruise past Everton to stay top going into the winter break

Arsenal remain three points clear at the top after a comfortable win at Everton.

Arsenal go into the winter break three points clear at the top of the FA Women's Super League after beating Everton 3-1 away, while second-placed Manchester City thrashed Brighton & Hove Albion and Chelsea were held to a surprise draw by Liverpool.

Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema's superb scoring run continued, netting a goal in each half as the reigning champions collected another comfortable win.

Manchester City were also in fine form, delighting their home crowd on a cold afternoon as five different...

Arsenal beat Spurs in front of Women's Super League record crowd

Arsenal's win at Tottenham was seen by a record crow for a Women's Super League match.

Another milestone in women's football was reached on Sunday when a record Super League (WSL) crowd of 38,262 saw Tottenham Hotspur's 2-0 defeat by champions Arsenal at their new stadium but such matches in big grounds are still the exception.

Total attendances on a packed day of top-flight women's games in England was almost 75,000, with 23,500 at Anfield to watch Liverpool lose 1-0 to Everton in the Merseyside derby.

The record crowd who flocked to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, hosting its first...

Sources: Arsenal block United States' approach for Joe Montemurro

The search for the next boss of the United States women's national team has hit a roadblock, with the United States Soccer Federation hampered in its attempts to interview Arsenal Women's head coach Joe Montemurro about the role, sources have told ESPN.

The USSF is currently in the midst of a search for a new head coach after Jill Ellis announced that she would be stepping down from the role following the conclusion of a series of "Victory Tour" matches being staged to celebrate the U.S. romping...

WSL: Arsenal thrash Brighton to go top, Man United beat Liverpool

Arsenal players celebrate their emphatic victory against Brighton.

Dutch striker Vivianne Miedema scored a goal assisted two more as Arsenal thrashed Brighton & Hove Albion 4-0 to go top of the FA Women's Super League on a rainy Sunday that featured some spectacular goals and a postponement due to a waterlogged pitch.

Miedema teed up Kim Little for the opener in the ninth minute and rifled home herself just before half-time.

She then set up compatriot Danielle van de Donk for the third goal in the second half before Jordan Nobbs completed the rout.

Having...