This week Glasgow City and Hibernian are in Champions League action. We hear from City midfielder Rachel McLauchlan ahead of their own mission to Moscow, and Hibs head coach Grant Scott and captain Joelle Murray look ahead to their imposing task at Easter Road against Slavia Prague.
Tynecastle has been announced as the host of November's Scottish Women's Cup final. Hibs took a step closer to winning the trophy for the fourth time in a row with a 7-1 win over Edinburgh rivals Hearts.
Hibs and Glasgow City learned their Champions League opponents, and Jamie-Lee Napier has her first call up to the national side ahead of the Euro 2021 qualifier with Cyprus.
Hibs have made it through their Champions League qualifying group with maximum points.
Back home, Hearts beat Raith Rovers 24-0, Spartans lose to Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup, and the biggest team in the capital - Edinburgh Caledonia - lose 16-0 to Glasgow City.
The SWPL returns this weekend, meaning a massive two weeks for Hibs especially who face Glasgow City before heading to Slovenia for the Champions League.
We preview that with Hibs captain Joelle Murray, while also look back at the Women's World Cup with Glasgow City's Leanne Crichton.
With Scotland's participation in France, just where is the money going?
Also, in a collaboration with Leading the Line, Chris Marshall and Campbell Finlayson preview the new season.
And finally, we're asking you to take part in the Anyone's Game survey.
The Women's Under-19s European Championships are now down to the last four - Germany, Netherlands, Spain and France.
Unfortunately that means hosts Scotland bow out.
Andrew Southwick and Chris Marshall discuss who has stood out for Scotland in the tournament, and we also hear from Scotland head coach Pauline Hamill and Dutch counterpart Jessica Torny.
Scotland suffered late heartbreak in France at the World Cup in summer, and on Tuesday the French came to Paisley to inflict more pain with a late win in the Women's Under-19s European Championships.
Andrew Southwick and Chris Marshall look back at that game, and we also hear from Scotland coach Pauline Hamill, captain Amy Muir, and also Netherlands head coach Jessica Torny after their 5-0 win over Norway.
And with Rangers announcing Gregor Vignal as their new manager, we reflect on that news.
Stuart Mitchell, Chris Marshall and Campbell Finlayson round off the World Cup as they look back at USA's victory over Netherlands.
Now that the tournament is over, what does it mean for women's football, and specifically the game in Scotland?
Stuart Mitchell, Chris Marshall and Campbell Finlayson look back at the World Cup quarters finals, look ahead to the two semi-finals, and also ponder Scotland's place in a Team GB side going to the Olympics.