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Latest Barclays FA WSL & Women's Championship COVID-19 testing results

Tuesday 19 Jan 2021
The 2020-21 Barclays FA Women's Super League season is due to start on the weekend of Saturday 6 September & Sunday 7 September

The FA can today confirm that between 11 January 2021 and 17 January 2021 inclusive, 921 tests were carried out for COVID-19 across the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship. Of these, 16 have returned positive.

To ensure transparency, The FA will continue to release results each week across both the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship. 

At no point will specific details relating to any club, player or staff member be communicated by The FA.

Period  Tests carried out   Positive tests 
 2 July – 11 July  802 1
 12 July – 19 July  1194 0
 20 July – 26 July  1544 0
 27 July – 1 August  1474 0
  2 August – 8 August   964 0
 9 August – 15 August  900 0
 16 August – 22 August  826 0
 30 August – 5 September  885 1
 6 September – 13 September  887 0
 14 September – 20 September  860 1
 21 September – 27 September  863 1
 28 September – 4 October  940 2
 5 October – 11 October  911 2
 12 October – 18 October  880 2
 19 October – 25 October  699 10
 26 October – 1 November  791 1
 2 November – 8 November  961 8
 9 November – 15 November  920 4
 16 November – 22 November  896 5
 23 November – 29 November  788 4
 30 November – 6 December  867 2
 7 December – 13 December  854 4
 14 December – 20 December  864 32
 28 December – 3 January  635 15
 4 January – 10 January  942 15
 11 January – 17 January  921 16
By FA Staff