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The Football Association is preparing for the possibility that teams in the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship could fold under the financial pressures placed on them by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Guardian understands that when club representatives from the top two divisions hold a conference call with the FA on Friday they will discuss the possibility of inviting teams from lower down the pyramid to apply for Women’s Championship licences should the leagues become imbalanced.