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

FA Women’s National League Plate match between Maidenhead United and QPR at York Road. Photo Darren Woolley



FA Women’s National League Plate match between Maidenhead United and QPR at York Road. Photo Darren Woolley


The Women’s National League has confirmed the constitution for the Tier Three and Four sides of the Women’s Football Pyramid. 120 teams will compete in the league in the 2022/23 season when it kicks off on Sunday the 21st of August.

Maidenhead United Women will pay their trade in Division One West of the WNL for the eighth season. They will compete alongside eleven fellow competitors for the first time in three seasons. The teams are as follows:

AFC Bournemouth
AFC St Austell
Cardiff City LFC
Exeter City Women
Keynsham Town Ladies
Larkhall Athletic FC
Maidenhead United
Moneyfields FC Women
Portishead Town FC
Selsey FC
Southampton Women’s FC
Swindon Town FC

The division sees some considerable movement with a number of new teams joining including AFC St Austell having been promoted from the South West Regional Women’s Premier League whilst Cardiff City LFC, Keynsham Town Ladies FC and Selsey FC all found themselves relegated from the Southern Premier Division of the league.

Cheltenham Town move up to the Premier Division South through promotion, whilst the South West division welcomes Moneyfields FC Women having won the Premier Division of the Southern Region Women’s Football League.

We wish the Magpies all the best and good luck for the 2022/23 season.

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