Both Merseyside clubs featured in Barclays FA WSL and Championship fixtures.
The second annual Women’s Football Weekend took place across the Women’s Super League with Liverpool and Everton both drawing their matches.
Vicky Jepson’s Liverpool settled for a point away to Blackburn Rovers in the Championship.
The Reds maintain their position in second behind Leicester.
The draw is a missed opportunity considering Leicester thrashed Coventry 9-1 earlier today.
Despite dominating large portions of the game, talisman Rinsola Babajide couldn’t find the net with two one on one chances.
A strong performance from Blackburn keeper Alex Brooks helped earn Rovers clean sheet.
LFCTV provided full coverage of the game online so fans and newcomers to the women’s game could watch.
Watch pre-match build-up, full 90 minutes and post-match reaction all live here on Twitter 🙌
— Liverpool FC Women (@LiverpoolFCW) November 15, 2020
Everton took the lead in their WSL game to Reading but The Royals equalised swiftly at defended well to snatch a point.
The Toffees took the lead in the 39th minute through Simone Magill with a free header from a deflection.
However, the visitors replied just four minutes later.
Natasha Harding lobbed the keeper in spectacular fashion, the former Liverpool forward definitely enjoyed that one.
— Reading FC Women (@ReadingFCWomen) November 14, 2020
Willie Kirk leaves Walton Hall Park disappointed as they drop more points in their WSL title pursuit.
Manchester United also extended their unbeaten run which looks unlikely to end anytime soon.
Following the success of last year’s inaugural Women’s Football Weekend this year allowed more games to be covered despite fans not being able to attend.
Most supporters of the men’s game may not have been aware of how close both tables are in the WSL and Championship, with this FA backed campaign really demonstrating the improvement of women’s football.
What a start to #WomensFootballWeekend 🤩
Which goal is your favourite so far? 👇 pic.twitter.com/QltlLfQVB1
— Barclays FA Women's Super League (@BarclaysFAWSL) November 14, 2020