Warm-up matches on 5 August for the forthcoming campaign featured five goals for Arsenal against Juventus, Chelsea holding Barcelona away and Liverpool also drawing at Bayern Munich.
AFC Wimbledon 2-3 AFC Phoenix
Arsenal 5-0 Juventus
Barcelona 1-1 Chelsea
Barry Town United 2-6 Port Talbot Town
Bayern Munich 1-1 Liverpool
Bedworth United XI 3-2 Oadby & Wigston
Bideford 2-2 Marine Academy Plymouth
Blackburn CSC 0-8 Mossley Hill
Blackburn Rovers 4-2 Hull City
Bowers & Pitsea 0-5 Billericay Town
Bradwell Belles 0-19 AFC Telford United
Brentford 12-0 Actonians DS
Brighouse Town 0-2 FC United of Manchester
Burnley 3-2 Fylde XI
Cardiff City FC Women 0-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Cascade 2-8 Swansea City
Charlton Athletic 0-4 West Ham United
Cheltenham Town 2-3 Watford
Cheltenham Town DS 2-7 Watford U-23s
Enfield Town 5-2 Royston Town
Exeter City 2-5 Keynsham Town
Fulham 2-1 Godalming Town
Goldenhill Wanderers 4-1 Florence
Grimsby Borough 2-3 Dronfield Town
Harlow Town 4-5 Ipswich Town
Harrogate Town 2-7 Ossett United
Hatfield Peveral 0-2 Hoddesdon Town Owls
Histon 4-0 Haringey Borough
Illogan RBL 3-0 Wadebridge Town
Leafield Athletic 2-1 Coventry United DS
Leicester City WFC 0-7 Birmingham City
Lewes 2-0 Chichester City
Liverpool Feds 6-0 Sporting Khalsa
London Bees 3-0 Portsmouth
Luton Town XI 3-3 Ipswich Town U-21 Academy
Mansfield Town 3-6 Nettleham
Merthyr Town 1-13 Briton Ferry Llansawel
MK Dons 2-1 Bedford
Newcastle United XI 0-0 Hartlepool United
Oxford City 0-7 Swindon Town
Peterborough Northern Star 1-5 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 3-1 Derby County
South Shields 2-8 Norton & Stockton Ancients
Stevenage Res 2-0 Colney Heath
Stockport County 1-4 Chorley
Stoke City 2-1 Birmingham & West Midlands
Tranmere Rovers 2-1 Crewe Alexandra
Wakefield 0-6 Huddersfield Town DS
Walton Casuals 9-2 QPR Girls DS
West Bromwich Albion 5-1 Crusaders
Wymondham Town 2-3 Peterborough United
Four goals from Vivianne Miedema and a Kim Little strike saw Arsenal thrash Juventus 5-0.
Barcelona’s Barbara broke the deadlock despite a goal-line clearance by Millie Bright but in the last minute, Karen Carney levelled with a diving header from Erin Cuthbert’s cross.
Liverpool led 1-0 away to Bayern Munich before the hosts equalised for a draw played in temperatures up to 32C.
All the goals came in the first half as West Ham won 4-0 at Charlton Athletic, where Jane Ross, Brianna Visalli and Esmee de Graaf were on the scoresheet.
Birmingham City sank Leicester City WFC 7-0, with hat-tricks from Lucy Staniforth and Ellen White.
Goals from Ruesha Littlejohn, Lauren Pickett and Destiney Toussaint gave London Bees a 3-0 result over Portsmouth.
Cheltenham Town had a turnout of 152 for the visit of Watford, who won 3-2 with one each for Emily Hill, Leanne Bell and Helen Ward.
Stoke City had to come from behind to beat Birmingham & West Midlands 2-1, with Ashleigh Hayes and Nic Hudson scoring for the Potters after Maime Morris’s opener.
Coming up this midweek…
Mon 6 Aug: Aston Villa v West Bromwich Albion, Salsa SC v Everton
Tues 7 Aug: Airbus v Wrexham, Aston Villa v Derby County
Weds 8 Aug: Atletico Madrid v Everton, Brighouse Town v Huddersfield Town, Cambridge United v Watford, Chelsea v Juventus, Harworth Colliery v Gainsborough Trinity, London Bees v Chelsea DS, Sheffield United v Liverpool, Sheffield Wednesday v Steel City Wanderers, Watford v Maidenhead United
Thurs 9 Aug: Barry Town United v Briton Ferry Llansawel, Ossett United Res v Farsley Celtic, Saltdean v Chichester City