Chelsea City Arsenal heavily reprented in PFA WSL Tm of t Yr

Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal Women have dominated the PFA Womens Super League Team of the Year for the 2021-22 season.

PFA Womens Player of the Year, Sam Kerr, who scored 20 league goals in 20 matches, is included alongside teammates Ann-Katrin Berger, Millie Bright and Guro Reiten. Emma Hayes team won both the Womens Super League and FA Cup double in yet another successful campaign.

Leah Williamson, Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema represent Arsenal in the combined XI as Jonas Eidevalls side finished one point behind Chelsea.

Manchester Citys Alex Greenwood, Caroline Weir and PFA Young Player of the Year, Lauren Hemp, have also made it into the team. Hemp is the first player to have four PFA awards to her name.

There was also a spot for Manchester Uniteds Spanish full-back, Ona Batlle, who helped her team finish fourth, five points off rivals City.

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Having thrived this season with Manchester City, Lauren Hemp is hoping to do the same with England at Euro 2022 - heres how shell do it...

Skys multi-million deal with the WSL is the biggest in domestic womens football globally - The Athletic went up to the gantry...

From the Premier League to the Womens Super League, Bundesliga to the EFL, weve got you covered

Michigan State gets a pair of 4-star commitments

Richard Sherman joining Amazons Thursday Night Football crew

Clemson adds pledge from 3-star TE Markus Dixon to 2023 recruiting class

Mets Max Scherzer received PRP injection, scheduled to throw sim game Thursday

Padres Fernando Tatis Jr. not cleared to resume swinging, return remains uncertain

Golden Knights hire Bruce Cassidy as head coach

Blue Jays Hyun Jin Ryu expected to miss rest of 2022 and undergo surgery

Miami faces NCAA inquiry regarding NIL deals and booster John Ruiz: Sources

White Sox place Liam Hendriks on injured list with right forearm strain