Durham Women FC have confirmed that over £2400 was raised by their terrific supporters as part of the #ENDCHILDFOODPOVERTY campaign. Having been inspired by Marcus Rashford’s prominent push to ensure no child went hungry, the club asked for donations from supporters who enjoyed our live streams against Charlton Athletic, Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers and Liverpool.
Durham Women are enjoying their best-ever run in the SSE Women’s FA Cup and are in the last eight with some of the best teams in the land. However, Durham duo Annabel Johnson and Becky Salicki are under no illusion how tough Sunday’s last-eight clash with Everton will be. The FA WSL 1 visitors boast
North East football fans will have the opportunity to meet the Women’s FA Cup trophy as it visits the region this week. The famous piece of silverware will be visiting the area ahead of Durham Women FC’s first ever FA Cup Quarter Final against two-time winners Everton. The Wildcats beat Leicester City to set up
Abi Cottam has enjoyed a fine start to life at Durham but that hasn’t stopped the forward dreaming of more after she collected the SSE Women’s FA Cup player of the round. The 26-year-old bagged two fine goals and two assists to help the Wildcats down Leicester 5-2 and progress to the quarter-finals of the
Revenge is firmly on the mind of Durham manager Lee Sanders as his side prepare for a first ever SSE Women’s FA Cup quarter-final against Everton. The Toffees knocked out the Wildcats on penalties in last season’s competition having drawn 2-2 at New Ferens Park. But after beating Leicester City in the fifth-round 5-2 to
Durham Women FC have announced the signing of defender Grace McCatty from Bristol City Women. McCatty, 27, has spent the last ten years at the South West club after joining in 2006, racking up over 100 appearances for the Vixens in their various guises. She was part of the squad that defeated Barcelona in the UEFA
Durham Women FC have announced that versatile attacker Nat Gutteridge is the third player to commit her future to the club. Gutteridge, who joined the club from Sunderland Ladies midway through 2015, was a vital part of the side that achieved it’s highest-ever league finish last season. Comfortable in the middle of the park and when