Gemma Evans. Photo: Neil Graham /
Gemma Evans. Photo: Neil Graham /

Reading FC Women have their Continental Cup fixtures

Reading to face Bristol City in first game of the 2021/22 Continental Cup
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Gemma Evans. Photo: Neil Graham /
Gemma Evans. Photo: Neil Graham /

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The 2021–22 FA Women’s League Cup, also known as the Continental Cup, is the 11th outing of the FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship’s league cup competition.

The group stages will commence on 13-14 October through to 15-16 December, the quarter-finals are scheduled for 19-20 January, whilst the semi-finals take place 2-3 February, and the Final will be on the weekend of 5-6 March.

Reading have been drawn in Group D alongside Lewes, Crystal Palace and Bristol City, all Championship sides. They will play Bristol City first in October, which will see Gemma Evans and Faye Bryson face their former club, after making the move to the Royals in the summer transfer window having been relegated to the Championship.


Northern Groups


  • Liverpool
  • Sheffield United
  • Aston Villa
  • Blackburn Rovers
  • Sunderland


  • Manchester City
  • Leicester City
  • Durham
  • Manchester United
  • Everton

Southern Groups


  • Charlton Athletic
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • Coventry United
  • Watford


  • Lewes
  • Crystal Palace
  • Bristol City
  • Reading


  • London City Lionesses
  • Birmingham City
  • Brighton & Hove Albion
  • West Ham United

Reading FC Women Continental Cup fixtures

Reading vs Bristol City (Wednesday 13th October, 7:30pm)
Crystal Palace v Reading (Wednesday 17th November, 7:30pm)
Lewes v Reading (Wednesday 15th December, 7:30pm)

Ticketing information will be announced soon, keep up to date with Reading FC Women right here.

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