The Barclay's Women's Super League has updated its brand ahead of the new 2022/23 campaign.

The top-flight of the women's game in England, Reading have been a part of it since 2014, finishing last season in 8th.

Launching a new visual identity and name change ahead of the 2022/23 season, the rebrand will also see the naming convention altered for the two competitions, with ‘The FA’ dropped from the title of both the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship.

This coming season marks the first ever sponsorship deal of the women's second tier, a division littered with big name teams such as Sheffield United and Bristol City.

To link the two divisions to Barclay's, the naming sponsors of the Premier League from 2004-2016, their famous light blue will be on the trim of the new logo.

The FA’s Director of the Women’s Professional Game, Kelly Simmons, said: "We’ve seen tremendous strides made in the women’s professional game since it turned professional four years ago, which meant we needed a refreshed branding that reflected that progress.”