Season Six of the WSL is upon us, and promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Quite literally: nine teams are vying for the title, rather than eight...
We caught up with a player from each team to talk hopes, dreams, expectations and predictions galore...
- Manager: Pedro Martínez Losa
- Home Ground: Boreham Wood
- Last season: 3rd (27 points)
- Top signing: Fara Williams
- Key player: Jordan Nobbs
The 2015 Continental Cup winners go into the new season with a point to prove. League winners for nine consecutive seasons from 2004, they have fallen short in recent years despite being crowned champions for the first two seasons of the FA WSL.
“Our main aim is obviously to be winning trophies,” Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs tells FFT. “We’ve failed to finish in the top two for the last two seasons, so that’s a must for us this season.”
The England vice-captain signed a new contract with Arsenal Ladies last month and will be a key player in the Gunners’ push for silverware – if she can avoid injury.
I know what I can do as a player but I need to be doing that on the pitch...
“On a personal note, I just want to stay fit and be a major part of us winning trophies. I know what I can do as a player but I need to be doing that on the pitch and showing what I can do.”
FFT prediction: 2nd