Just Women’s Sports has launched a comprehensive live scoreboard dedicated to major women’s sports leagues, as the multi-channel platform continues to build the critical infrastructure necessary to meet the ever-growing demand for women’s sports content. The scoreboard, which can be found at the top of the JWS home page, will be updated in real time, around the clock.
Previously, a prominent destination for real time scores has eluded the women’s sports space, leaving fans having to search through endless drop-down menus across multiple sites, if the information existed at all. Now, fans can head directly to www.jws1.wpengine.com for live scores from the NWSL, WNBA, LPGA, and WTA. Additionally, as the Tokyo Olympics get underway, the site will provide in-depth coverage and up-to-the-minute medal counts for female athletes and teams.
“This live scoreboard marks an important milestone in our mission to build the ecosystem for women’s sports, as a core element for any sports fan is the ability to easily follow the games,” said Haley Rosen, CEO and Founder, Just Women’s Sports. “For far too long, fans of women’s sports have had to search all over to get updates on live games and matches and more often than not, that information wasn’t even available anywhere. Not anymore.”
Launched in 2020 by Rosen, Just Women’s Sports provides news and analysis of women’s sports through exclusive interviews, podcasts, videos, and other media content, and has quickly grown a passionate audience of fans, followers, and listeners. In addition to its Just Women’s Sports podcast hosted by USWNT star Kelley O’Hara, JWS recently launched Snacks, a podcast co-hosted by USWNT stars Sam Mewis and Lynn Williams, and is home to Tea with A & Phee, the popular podcast hosted by 2020 WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson and 2019 WNBA Rookie of the Year Napheesa Collier. Earlier this year, JWS also featured Off the Ball hosted by Olympian and NWSL star Ali Riley, and also created The Soccer Show, a first-of-its-kind digital weekly highlights-driven show covering the FA Women’s Super League (FA WSL) through an exclusive premium content partnership with Ata Football.
In May, Just Women’s Sports announced it had raised $3.5 million in seed funding, led by Will Ventures with participation from Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman’s Thirty Five Ventures, Drive by DraftKings, OVO Fund, Supernode Global as well as an all-star roster of women’s sports superstars including Elena Delle Donne, Hilary Knight, Sam Mewis, Kelley O’Hara and Arike Ogunbowale.