FA Women’s National League Premier Division titles await

Newcastle United v Portsmouth, FA Women's National League Cup
Newcastle United and Portsmouth could be celebrating this weekend. (Photo: Colin Lock)

The FA Women’s National League Premier Divisions’ champions could be decided on Sunday even though Portsmouth are without a game.

Newcastle United are set to seal the Northern Premier title when hosting Huddersfield Town, Portsmouth will be out of reach in the Southern Premier if Hashtag United drop points at fifth-placed Ipswich Town.

Fylde face Wolves needing victory to have a hope of staying up, which could be quashed – along with those of Huddersfield – by Stourbridge anyway.

Promotion from Division 1 Midlands will be beyond Peterborough United if they do not defeat Northampton Town, while there is a basement battle between Sheffield FC and Leek Town with a win for latter to take them out of the drop zone at Notts County’s expense.

York City are the wrong side of the Division 1 North dotted line ahead of hosting Chester le Street, who are two points above them.

AFC Wimbledon will be within just three points of the Division 1 South East title if they win at London Seaward, while there’s the Cambridge derby as United welcome relegated City.

AFC Bournemouth are five points short of Division 1 South West leaders Exeter City from one game less, visited by a Torquay United side who are three points from getting out of the bottom two.

Sunday 14 April (2pm)


AFC Fylde v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Kellamergh Park)
Halifax v Derby County (Yorkshire Amateur AFC)
Newcastle United v Huddersfield Town (Kingston Park Stadium)
Stoke City v Burnley (Norton CC & MWI)
Stourbridge v Liverpool Feds (Stourbridge FC)


Ipswich Town v Hastings United (Felixstowe & Walton Utd FC)


Peterborough United v Northampton Town (Bourne Town FC)
Sheffield FC v Leek Town (Sheffield FC)


Leeds United v Chorley (Garforth Town AFC)
York City v Chester le Street Town (University of York Sports Centre)


Cambridge United v Cambridge City (St Neots Town FC)
Haywards Heath Town v Norwich City (Haywards Heath Town FC)
London Seaward v AFC Wimbledon (Redbridge FC)
Worthing v Ashford Town (Worthing FC)


AFC Bournemouth v Torquay United (Ringwood Town FC)
Keynsham Town v Abingdon United (Keynsham Town FC)

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