News, opinions and interviews about the Sunderland AFC Ladies team.
Join us tonight at 8pm over on the Roker Report Twitter page as we host our ‘Lasses Podcast LIVE’ Twitter Spaces Podcast, talking all things Sunderland Ladies ahead of the weekend’s game with Lewes – and you can take part!
As Sunderland Ladies prepare to take centre stage this Sunday at the Stadium of Light, we look at some ways the club can continue to build the profile and interest in the Lasses.
SAFC Ladies came from behind away at Crystal Palace to earn a draw and hold their place at the top of the FA Women’s Championship. Here’s how Ian Todd rated the Lasses!
Two wins out of two has made it the perfect start to the season for Sunderland Ladies, and our team are predicting more success this weekend in Croydon.
Sunderland Ladies play in Premier League surroundings in South London today, and our southern fanbase is welcome to join the locals for what promises to be a great game in the FA Women’s Championship!
On Monday night, we hosted our first ever Lasses Podcast Live on Twitter Spaces, and we were delighted to be joined by non-other than England Under 19 international Neve Herron. Here’s some of what she had to say!
Phil Huffer is a long -erm Crystal Palace fanatic and he’s been going to watch their women’s team since 2016. After a mixed start to the Eagles’ season, how does he see Sunday’s FA Women’s Championship match unfolding?
Mel Reay’s Sunderland Ladies side cruised to a 2-0 victory today over Blackburn, putting themselves top of the table in the process. Here’s how Graeme Field rated the Lasses!
Sunderland Ladies take centre stage at the Stadium of Light this weekend, with Mel Reay’s side buoyant after last week’s opening day win. We’ve got all the info you need ahead of this afternoon’s big match.
It’s Gameweek Two in the FA Women’s Championship, and Sunderland are at home at the Stadium of Light to Blackburn Rovers. Here are our predictions ahead of the game...
A great price, a great league, some great prospects, some great international stars, and a great family atmosphere are just some of the great reasons to grab yourself a Sunderland Ladies season card!
The Lasses played away at Coventry United on Sunday, and our newest Roker Reporter, Katie Hume, was there to watch Mel Reay’s side win the match 1-0 with a fine performance.
The Lasses’ are now officially back in Tier 2, taking on a revamped Coventry United FLC side in the midlands. It should be a stern test for Sunderland, and we’ve got everything you need ahead of kick-off.
What could this season have in store for the lasses?
After a quiet start to the summer, things are starting to get going ahead of a massive season for the Lasses, and they’re raring to go. Where do things stand, and what lies ahead for Mel Reay and her side?
Our RAWA rep Rich Speight joined Lasses fan and fellow coopted member of the Supporters Trust, Ian Todd, to give evidence to the UK Government’s ongoing review of football governance this week.
The FA will soon decide whether the Lasses will be granted an "upward movement" in the pyramid, and if successful it could mark the beginning of a new era for women’s football on Wearside with two clubs in the second tier.
The Lasses travel to North Tyneside today for friendly with Wallsend BC Women, the first in a series of games the club have organised for the coming weeks.
The Lasses lost in a penalty shoot-out away after a nil-nil draw at Burnley in the Vitality FA Cup Third Round yesterday – a ‘brutal’ way to finally cut Sunderland’s season short.
The Lasses travel to Lancashire for a crucial FA Cup tie against Burnley FC Women today, with a home game against the Red Devils in the Fourth Round the prize for the winner. Rebecca Johnson has all you need to know ahead of the match.
It was a thumping victory for Mel Reay’s side as Eve Blakey’s hat-trick took SAFC Ladies through to the third round of the FA Cup on Sunday. Now they’ve seen the highlights, what do our writers make of the performance?
Eve Blakey was the hat-trick hero as Sunderland AFC Ladies ran out convincing 5-1 victors over Sheffield FC at the Academy of Light. We’ve taken a look at all the key moments from the Lady Black Cats’ first game in over three months.
Washington-born ref Rebecca Welch will make history on Monday as the first woman appointed to referee a game in the Football League. Hannah Bowater caught up with her to discuss her journey, refereeing pathways for women, and her preparation for her EFL debut.
Sunderland AFC Ladies take on Sheffield FC in the FA Cup 2nd Round this afternoon - can Mel Reay’s side get the job done on their return to action? Check out our bumper match preview!
If Sunderland AFC can take women’s football as seriously as the City Group, providing equal access to the support the men get, then happier times may lie ahead for the Lasses.
With the multi-million pound sponsorship and broadcast deals announced by the Women’s Super League, and places in the Championship potentially up for grabs, there's never been a better time to invest in Sunderland Ladies.
Roker Report celebrates International Women’s Day as our panel take a look back at the greatest women to wear a Sunderland shirt. Who have been your top players over the years?
Having not played since December, there’s been some positive news on the SAFC Ladies front as Mel Reay’s side have been given a date for their FA Cup game against Sheffield FC.
The Lasses, who haven’t played a fixture since December, shouldn’t be forgotten as SAFC’s footballing structures are transformed once the takeover goes through.
Sunderland’s Academy graduates now occupy positions at the pinnacle of the game for both club and country, with Lucy Bronze adding FIFA’s top award to her list of honours.
Sunderland Ladies returned to WNL Northern Premier Division action with a nine-goal thriller against third-placed Derby County at the Academy of Light on Sunday.
Sunderland Ladies won 5-2 on their return to football following the second lockdown, putting local rivals Newcastle to the sword. Our panel give their perspective on the victory...