The Football Association (FA) Women\u2019s Super League & Women\u2019s Championship Board have today terminated the Barclays Women\u2019s Super League and the Women\u2019s Championship. The governing body released a statement on their website about the decision taken to cancel the leagues. \u201cFollowing overwhelming feedback from the clubs, the decision to bring an end to the 2019-20 season was made in the best interest of the women\u2019s game. This will also enable clubs, the FA Women\u2019s Super League & Women\u2019s Championship Board, and the FA to plan, prepare and focus on next season when football returns for the 2020-21 campaign,\u201d the statement read. HAVE YOU READ!!?? EuroLeague and EuroCup Basketball Cancelled Due to COVID-19 \u201cSupporting the welfare of the clubs and players will continue to be our primary concern throughout this process, which also involved a robust and thorough examination of the logistical, operational, and financial challenges that the game currently faces,\u201d the statement added. The FA has not made any decisions regarding a champion or relegations for the 2019\/20 season. Manchester City currently sits atop the WSL. However, City is only one point clear of second-place Chelsea. In contrast, Liverpool is currently bottom of the table and faces relegation. In the Women\u2019s Championship, Aston Villa sits top ready for promotion. HAVE YOU READ!!?? Andrew Bogut Will Not Re-Sign With Sydney Kings \u201cFollowing a full and thorough consultation with the clubs, the FA Women\u2019s Super League & Women\u2019s Championship Board has discussed various recommendations which will be sent to the FA Board to determine the most appropriate sporting outcome for the 2019-20 season.\u201d \u201cThis will include identifying the entries for the 2020-21 UEFA Women\u2019s Champions League, which would be based on sporting merit from the 2019-20 Barclays FA Women\u2019s Super League season,\u201d the statement continued. The teams voted to terminate the season, with the cost of regular testing far too exorbitant to many women\u2019s clubs. Similarly, with no broadcast deals supporting the leagues, there is no additional pressure from television companies to finish the season.