Maidenhead United: FAWNL release fixtures ahead of 2022/23 season

Shylla Duhaney wins a header for Maidenhead United Women Photo: Darren Woolley



Shylla Duhaney wins a header for Maidenhead United Women Photo: Darren Woolley


The FA Women’s National League have released the fixtures schedule ahead if the 2022/23 season and Maidenhead United Women will feature for their eighth season in Division One South West. The season will begin on Sunday 21st of August.


Sunday 21st – Maidenhead United v Moneyfields (2pm)
Sunday 28th – Southampton Women v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Wednesday 31st – Maidenhead United v Swindon Town (7:45pm)


Sunday 4th – Portishead v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Sunday 18th – Maidenhead United v Selsey (2pm)
Sunday 25th – Maidenhead United v Keynsham Town (2pm)


Sunday 2nd – Cardiff City v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Sunday 9th – Maidenhead United v Exeter City (2pm)
Thursday 13th – St Austell v Maidenhead United (7:45pm)


Sunday 6th – Maidenhead United v AFC Bournemouth (2pm)
Sunday 27th – Larkhall Athletic v Maidenhead United (2pm)


Sunday 11th – Moneyfields v Maidenhead United (2pm)

Related: Maidenhead United Women opposition in Women’s National League confirmed for 2022/23 season

Tina Brett, Maidenhead United vs Portishead at York Road, Maidenhead on the 12 December 2021 Photo by Darren Woolley


Sunday 8th – Maidenhead United v Southampton Women (2pm)
Sunday 29th – Maidenhead United v Portishead (2pm)


Sunday 5th – Selsey v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Thursday 23rd – Swindon Town v Maidenhead United (7:45pm)


Sunday 5th – Keynsham Town v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Sunday 12th – Maidenhead United v St Austell (2pm)
Sunday 19th – Maidenhead United v Cardiff City (2pm)


Sunday 2nd – Exeter City v Maidenhead United (2pm)
Sunday 16th – Maidenhead United v AFC Bournemouth (2pm)
Sunday 30th – Maidenhead United v Larkhall Athletic (2pm)

The list doesn’t yet include the Vitality Women’s FA Cup or the League and Plate Cup fixtures. We wish the Magpies the best of luck for the upcoming season!

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