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Vote for us in this year’s Football Blogging Awards

Don't forget that this year's nominations for the Football Blogging Awards are still open! If you're voting, please consider us at LFC Transfer Room for Best Women's Football Content Creator and Best Established Content Creator. The Football Blogging Awards are an annual awards ceremony that recognise and support hardworking bloggers and influencers. This year we

The emergence of homegrown Reds talent Missy Bo-Kearns

Making her senior debut against Chelsea Women in the FA WSL, forward Missy Bo-Kearns has started making waves. The 17-year-old has been with Liverpool FC since she was just eight-years-old. Here's what you need to know about the Reds' up-and-coming homegrown talent:  A new home-grown talent emerges As fans started to arrive at Prenton

LFC Women’s Podcast: Satara Murray’s Exit, Part 2

Welcome back to the LFC Women's Podcast! Picking up where we left off, Georgia and Taylor are joined by Drew to further examine Satara Murray's footballing future. The trio then explores the differences in women's football between England and the USA.

LFC Women’s Podcast: Satara Murray’s Exit

This week on the women's podcast, Georgia is joined by Taylor from across the pond. In this episode, the two discuss Satara Murray's future as she leaves LFC Women and heads back to the USA.

Liverpool v Brighton: Reds hope for perfect start to 2019

Liverpool FC Women will host Brighton & Hove Albion this Sunday at 2pm in their first fixture of 2019. The Reds will be playing for a win that is urgently needed to get them back on track in the Women’s Super League. Brighton will travel to Prenton Park with a lot of

Kitching and Sweetman-Kirk impress in Liverpool’s Continental Cup win

A tense penalty shoot-out resulted in a landmark win for the Reds in the Continental Cup on Wednesday. Fran Kitching and Courtney Sweetman-Kirk delivered stand-out performances to contribute to the victory. Reading hosted Liverpool for the second successive time as the stage was set for a vital Continental Cup clash. Liverpool Women

LFC Women’s Podcast: Dip in Form

In episode three, Georgia and Drew discuss LFC Women's recent dip in form. The two hosts then examine what impact the end-of-season transfer window can have on the squad. The Reds lost their fifth consecutive WSL match on Sunday. It was an especially disappointing affair given the fact that it was

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