After an incredible summer of football in England saw the Lionesses bring football home, the Women's Super League returns this weekend and it promises to pick up the Euros' baton and provide plenty of drama and entertainment.
Arsenal get the campaign underway on Friday night at home to Brighton, looking to start a season they will hope ends in style - with some silverware.
Last year was the Gunners' first under head coach Jonas Eidevall and the big positive is that they finished just one point behind champions Chelsea despite it feeling like they can go up another level.
With Eidevall's January signings having had more time to settle in now and the squad as a whole having got a proper grasp on his ideas, Arsenal should be even better this time around. But will it be enough to win the title?