Watch nowGOING UP: How the Reds Returned to the WSL

Published 15th May 2022

A new LFCTV original documentary charting Liverpool FC Women's journey back to top-flight football is now available to watch.

GOING UP: How the Reds Returned to the WSL follows LFC Women throughout their 2021-22 season, on and off the pitch. Through interviews with players and staff, it tells the inside story of how manager Matt Beard took the club back to top-flight women's football after a two-year absence.

Presented by Standard Chartered and with unprecedented access to the dressing room on matchdays and team training, it gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it takes to push for promotion in the women's game.

Filming across key matches during an unforgettable season, the documentary features content with the players reflecting on their personal highlights and how important the campaign was for the club and the fans.

The togetherness, work-rate and pride of the Reds team is clearly captured on camera during this 90-minute special.

View this post on Instagram

Captain Niamh Fahey wraps up the documentary by reviewing the season and looking ahead to life in the WSL, saying: "There's a lot of talk and expectation that we should be in the WSL, and we should.

"But it's one thing to say it and another to do it, and it was a really tough year. But we put in so much hard work and were consistent in every game.

"It's job done, objective achieved, we're back up where we belong and now it's the next phase of the plan.

"Liverpool needs to be winning and competing for trophies. We should be there [the WSL], we should be competing, we want that challenge as well. We're to have Liverpool v Man Utd, Liverpool v Everton, all these big games – I just can't wait for it."

This is a first documentary by the club's media team focused solely on the women's team and is now available to watch on demand at the top of the page.

Season tickets to watch the Reds live in 2022-23 as they return to the WSL are available now. Adult price is just £60 and a child/concession is just £35. Buy your season ticket here.

Published 15th May 2022