Source: Notts County Ladies

Women’s Football Fixtures: England U17, WSL, WPL 3/4 October 2015

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A huge weekend of women’s football begins today with England’s U17s taking on Estonia in a UEFA qualifying match.  The U17s will be full of confidence having beating Croatia 13-0 on Thursday.

This is also the final week of the WSL with the title race still to be decided, although very much in Chelsea Ladies own hands.  All they have to do is beat WSL1 newcomers Sunderland.  However, if they slip up then Manchester City Women will overtake them, but they will have to beat Notts County Ladies (photo above) in order to do that.

In the meantime, the WSL2 champions are also to be decided with the Belles in pole position on 39 points and Reading on 36.  Reading have a game in hand and better goal difference, so the Belles will be eager to win their last games well – they take on Oxford United Women today while Reading are away to the Millwall Lionesses tomorrow.

The WPL have a round of Cup and Plate matches tomorrow.

All the weekend’s fixtures are below – scores will be updated as soon as possible.  Good luck everyone!

UEFA U17 Women’s Qualifier:

Saturday 3 October

Estonia 0-13 England

FA WSL2 Fixtures

Saturday 3 October

Doncaster Rovers Belles 3-0 Oxford United Women

FA WSL1 Fixtures

Sunday 4 October – Kick off 18.00

Arsenal Ladies FC v Birmingham City Ladies

Bristol Academy Women v Liverpool Ladies

Chelsea Ladies FC v Sunderland AFC Ladies

Manchester City Women v Notts County Ladies FC

FA WSL2 Fixtures

Sunday 4 October

14.00 Aston Villa Ladies FC v Yeovil Town Ladies FC

12.00 Durham Women FC v Watford Ladies FC

14.00 London Bees v Everton Ladies FC

14.00 Millwall Lionesses v Reading FC Women


Sunday 4 October –  Kick off 2pm

Blackburn Rovers LFC v Huddersfield Town LFC – The WEC

Bradford City WFC v Leicester City WFC – Eccleshill United FC

C & K Basildon LFC v West Ham United LFC – Canvey Island FC

Cambridge United FC v Chichester City LFC – Ely City FC

Cardiff City LFC v Charlton Athletic WFC – CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence

Derby County LFC v Middlesbrough LFC – Borrowash Victoria

Hull City v Preston North End WFC – Haworth Park Sports Facility

Ipswich Town LFC – Forest Green Rovers LFC – Rushmere Sports Club Ltd

Mossley Hill LFC v Guiseley AFC Vixens – Mossley Hill Athletic Club

Nottingham Forest LFC v Nuneaton Town LFC       Basford United FC

Old Actonians v Shanklin LFC – North Greenford United Football Club

Queens Park Rangers LFC – Brighton & Hove Albion WFC – Uxbridge FC

Sporting Club Albion LFC v Sporting Khalsa Women FC – Halesowen Town FC

Stoke City LFC v Morecambe LFC – Wellbeing Park

Swindon Town LFC v Larkhall Athletic LFC – Shrivenham FC

Tottenham Hotspur LFC v -Plymouth Argyle LFC – Cheshunt FC


FA WPL Plate

Sunday 4 October –  Kick off 2pm

Bedford LFC v Lewes LFC – Wootton Blue Cross

Birmingham & West Midlands v Leeds LFC – Northfield Town

Blackpool Wren Rovers FC v Rotherham United LFC – Brews Park

Chorley LFC v Steel City Wanderers LFC – Euxton Villa FC

Crystal Palace LFC v Luton Town LFC – Bromley FC

Denham United LFC v Milton Keynes Dons LFC – Middlesex Stadium

Enfield Town LFC v St Nicholas LFC – QE Stadium

Exeter City LFC v Norwich City LFC – St Martins FC

Liverpool Marshalls Feds LFC v Solihull LFC – IM Marsh Campus

Maidenhead United v Coventry United LFC – Maidenhead United SL6 1SF

Newcastle United WFC v Peterborough Northern Star – Sport Northumbria

Keynsham Town LFC v Cheltenham Town LFC – Keynsham Town FC

Southampton Saints LFC v    Gillingham LFC – Sholing Football Club