Maidenhead United Women’s FA Women’s National League fixtures released




With the FA WSL and Championship opening weekend fixtures revealed at the beginning of August for the 2020/21 season, it wouldn’t be long before FAWNL would follow suit. Fixtures for the first half of the year were revealed today.

Opening weekend will see Maidenhead United Women travel West to play Bath-based side Larkhall Athletic with manager Nev Saroya saying “Larkhall away is a very, very tough game but we are looking forward to the challenge”.

The Magpies have played three pre-season friendlies in the month of August, all away fixtures, taking on Abingdon United, Denham United and most recently Ascot United. Drawing one all with Abingdon, 2-0 against Denham and a 2-2 draw against Ascot United.

Maidenhead also have a Women’s FA Cup fixture to contend with alongside their busy fixture schedule, but see themselves exempt to second round qualifying, where they will make their competition entrance on Sunday the 18th of October.

The Magpies will be looking to improve on their pre-covid form having sat third from bottom in the Division 1 West of the FA Women’s National League.

The Magpies Women’s opening FAWNL fixtures are:

Sunday 20th Sept: Larkhall Athletic v Maidenhead United
Sept 29th Sept 30th: Chesham United v Maidenhead United
Sunday 4th October: Maidenhead United v Swindon Town
Sunday 11th October: Cheltenham Town v Maidenhead United
Sunday 18th October: FA Cup 2nd Round Qualifying
Sunday 25th October: Maidenhead United v Southampton FC
Sunday 8th November: Southampton Womens v Maidenhead United
Sunday 15th November: Maidenhead United v Brislington
Sunday 22nd November: Maidenhead United v Exeter City
Sunday 29th November: Buckland Athletic v Maidenhead United
Sunday 13th December: Poole Town v Maidenhead United

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