2018 - 2019 Women's Fixtures List | Championship, WSL Cup, FA Cup

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  1. Aug 1, 2018
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    RedPamie Full Member

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    Our campaign starts away at Aston Villa 9th September.



    First match for Conti Cup is Liverpool Away! 18/19th August.

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    Aug 1, 2018
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    CONTINENTAL TYRES LEAGUE CUP

    Sun 19 Aug | Liverpool (A) | Prenton Park | Round one | 14:00 BST
    Sat 25 Aug | Reading (H) | Leigh Sports Village | Round two | 12:00 BST *

    Sat/Sun 15/16 Sep | Round three | United not involved

    Wed 5 Dec | Durham (H) | Leigh Sports Village | Round four | 19:00 GMT
    Thu 13 Dec | Everton (A) | Venue TBC | Round five | 19:00 GMT


    FA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP

    Sun 09 Sep | Aston Villa (A) | Boldmere St Michaels | 15:00 GMT
    Thu 20 Sep | Sheffield United (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 19:00 GMT
    Sun 23 Sep | London Beeds (A) | The Hive London | 14:00 GMT
    Sun 30 Sep | Durham (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT

    Sun 14 Oct | Charlton Athletic (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT
    Sun 28 Oct | Leicester City (A) | Quorn FC | 14:00 GMT

    Sun 04 Nov | Tottenham Hotspur (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT
    Sun 18 Nov | Crystal Palace (A) | Bromley FC | 14:00 GMT
    Sun 25 Nov | Millwall Lionesses (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT

    Sun 02 Dec | Lewes (A) | Lewes FC | 14:00 GMT
    Sun 09 Dec | Durham (A) | Venue TBC | 12:00 GMT

    Sun 06 Jan | London Bees (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT
    Sun 13 Jan | Charlton Athletic (A) | The Oakwood | 14:00 GMT

    Sun 10 Feb | Aston Villa (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT
    Wed 20 Feb | Sheffield United (A) | Venue TBC | 12:00 GMT

    Sun 10 Mar | Leicester City (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 GMT
    Sun 31 Mar | Tottenham Hotspur (A) | Cheshunt FC | 13:00 BST

    Sat 20 Apr | Crystal Palace (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 BST
    Sun 28 Apr | Millwall Lionesses (A) | Venue TBC | 14:00 BST

    Sat 11 May | Lewes (H) | Leigh Sports Village | 12:00 BST

    https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detail/fixtures-released-for-manchester-united-women-201819-season
  3. Aug 1, 2018
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    Damien Self-Aware RedCafe Database (and Admin) Staff

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    Didn't know League Cup had a group stage. Makes sense I suppose with there not being that many games during the league season.
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    It was almost inevitable that the first competitive match would be away to Liverpool - though I must admit I was expecting it to be City :smirk:

    First home match:
    Sat 25 Aug | Reading (H) | Leigh Sports Village | Round two | 12:00 BST
    Annoyingly (for me) I'll be away that week so won't be able to go, but it's a nice timeslot (the men play Spurs on Monday night)

    So a very tough start for us, and a tough group with three WSL1 teams. We only play once against each team (not home and away) and the top two go through to the knockout rounds.

    Group Two North
    Liverpool
    Everton
    Manchester United
    Reading
    Durham

    Last season's league positions so you can see who we're up against:
    Reading were 4th - WSL1
    Liverpool were 6th - WSL1
    Everton were 9th - WSL1
    Durham 4th in WSL2
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    jojojo Moderator Staff

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    Just realised I'll miss our first home league match as well. Well, duh :lol:
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    RedPamie Full Member

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    Aww, we are looking forward to reading your reviews and seeing pics and vids. We have MUTV but better safe than sorry :lol:

    Any other match goers?
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    First game against Liverpool, with manager coming like Busby from playing there, and several other players as well - You vouldn’t write a better story!
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    Hopefully we can find out where we can watch, if at all.
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    While it certainly makes for the perfect headline, was hoping for an easier opening game than Liverpool.

    Here's are all the groups in the League Cup.

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    The only teams missing in the picture above is Everton in Group Two North and Millwall in Group Two South (the reason they are excluded above are because both these groups have 5 teams, while the remaining two groups have 6 teams).

    Won't be easy, but hopefully we finish top 2 in our group and qualify for the knock outs!
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    Nothing for certain but I might try and make a game or two. If I do I'll provide reviews and whatnot after I'm finished swooning over our women in red!
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    Hi does anyone know if the tickets are on sale or can you just turn up on the day for the Liverpool match?
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    *According to Dave Stowell(Commentating on the United v Aston Villa 23s match last night) the Reading match is to be shown live on MUTV next Saturday - hopefully the first of many
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    I believe this game will be on bt sport 2.
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    Yeah it’s on at 1.45 or about that time. Looking forward to it.
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    Does anyone know where we can get tickets for the game against Aston Villa on 09/09/18 I’ve had a look on villa site but can’t find it. Thanks
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    They are on sale now
    https://tickets.avfc.co.uk/en-GB/ev...a=140d33b2-5b98-e711-80ce-d318130781f8&type=g

    I guess mostly they do pay on the gate - most WSL clubs do. United have been more cautious so far because they don't know how many to expect at Leigh - so they don't know whether to open one stand or two - they used two today.
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    Danninixon New Member

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    Thank you for the link i have bought my ticket now
  20. Dec 21, 2018
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    Bees game at home changed to 14:00 GMT


    And QF, the following Wednesday also at home.


    Cant wait for these!
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    Are either of those games going to be on MUTV? Cause they damn well should be. The more games broadcasted live the better that is not too much to ask. Hell it does not even to be live 100% of the time.
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    From MUTV schedule available for my country London Bees game is going to be live. Fingers crossed this is the case

    No info yet for West Ham, because I can only see the TV schedule for 2 weeks. Will know in a few days.
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    The West Ham match just has to be shown as in my eyes it is the most important match this season after the Liverpool one. Good news on the match against London Bees and that is me setting that match to record.
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    jojojo Moderator Staff

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    The Women's FA Cup fourth round draw has just been held - the WSL1 and Championship clubs all join the competition at this stage. We'll play Brighton (who are in WSL1) away on/around February 3rd.

    The full draw:
    Loughborough Foxes v Sheffield United
    Charlton Athletic v Huddersfield Town
    Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester United
    West Ham United v Blackburn Rovers
    Stoke City v Aston Villa
    Manchester City v Watford
    Yeovil Town v Birmingham City
    AFC Wimbledon v Bristol City
    Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur
    Millwall Lionesses v Lewes
    Durham v Cardiff City
    Everton v Chelsea
    Crawley Wasps v Arsenal
    Leicester City v London Bees
    Reading v Keynsham Town
    Liverpool v Milton Keynes Dons
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    They beat Liverpool away yesterday, but both teams are down the bottom of the league, so hard to say how big a threat they are.
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    They are beatable, similar to Everton in the league cup. Personally i was hoping for Yeovil away.