#FAWNL fixtures feature Southern Premier top of the table clash

Chichester City have won all four games to date in the FA WNL Southern Premier Division but this Sunday they have Coventry United to contend with.

Sunday 16th September (2pm)



Guiseley Vixens v Nottingham Forest (Guiseley AFC)
Middlesbrough v Huddersfield Town (Billingham Town FC)
Sheffield FC v Blackburn Rovers (Sheffield FC)
Stoke City v Bradford City (Norton United FC)
Sunderland v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Eppleton Colliery Welfare)
Hull City v Fylde (Hull University Sports Ground, 3pm)


Cardiff City LFC v Loughborough Foxes (Merthyr Tydfil FC)
Chichester City v Coventry United (Chichester City FC)
Gillingham v Oxford United (Chatham Town FC)
Plymouth Argyle v C&K Basildon (Elburton Villa FC)
Portsmouth v Watford (Baffins Milton Rovers FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Milton Keynes Dons (Uxbridge FC)


Birmingham & West Midlands v The New Saints (Castle Vale Stadium)
Burton Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Tamworth FC)
Nettleham v Bedworth United (Nettleham FC)
Solihull Moors v Sporting Khalsa (West Midland Sports & Social Club)
Steel City Wanderers v West Bromwich Albion (St George’s Park, Thorncliffe)


Bolton Wanderers v Leeds United (Atherton Collieries FC)
Brighouse Town v Chester le Street Town (Brighouse Town FC)
Burnley v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Padiham FC)
Chorley v Crewe Alexandra (Chorley FC)
Liverpool Feds v Barnsley (South Liverpool Football Hub)
Newcastle United v Morecambe (Druid Park)


AFC Wimbledon v Ipswich Town (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v Norwich City (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Billericay Town v Luton Town (Billericay Town FC)
Denham United v Leyton Orient (The Den)
Enfield Town v Cambridge United (Enfield Town FC)
Stevenage v Crawley Wasps (Hertford Town FC)


Buckland Athletic v Brislington (Buckland Athletic FC)
Cheltenham Town v Southampton Saints (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Keynsham Town v Chesham United (Keynsham Town FC)
Maidenhead United v Larkhall Athletic (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Southampton WFC v Swindon Town (Blackfield & Langley FC)

Northern Premier leaders Stoke host Bradford who have lost all four games, second-placed Blackburn are at Sheffield FC, while Huddersfield and Sunderland – both goal-difference behind Rovers – visit Middlesbrough and host Doncaster respectively. Guiseley go up against Nottingham Forest and Hull face Fylde in a 3pm kick off.

Chichester City at Stadium MK. (Photo: @ChiCityLadiesFC)

There’s a top of the table clash in the Southern Premier as Chichester defend a 100% record with unbeaten Coventry. Third-placed Watford go to Portsmouth, Cardiff entertain Loughborough at Merthyr Tydfil FC with their home ground not yet ready for use. Gillingham are home to Oxford, C&K Basildon make the long trip to Plymouth and QPR hope to get off the mark when hosting MK Dons.

West Brom are aiming to make it five straight wins in Midlands Division 1 with a visit to Steel City, Wolves go for their fourth at Burton. Newcomers Nettleham and Bedworth go head to head after both have begun well, TNS try for their first points at Birmingham & West Midlands, as do Solihull Moors at home to Sporting Khalsa.

It’s top versus bottom in Northern Division 1 as Chorley play Crewe and Brighouse – second on goal-difference – welcome Chester le Street. Third-placed Leeds head to Bolton, Burnley are level on points with United and home to Norton, the Feds face Barnsley at South Liverpool Football Hub and Newcastle meet Morecambe.

Crawley and Billericay have made impressive starts in South East Division 1 and the Wasps go after a fifth victory at Stevenage, while their rivals from Essex entertain lowly Luton. The next pair in the table – Actonians and Orient – play Norwich and visit Denham respectively, while Wimbledon welcome Ipswich with the two goal-differnce apart and Enfield entertain Cambridge

South West Division 1 top team Cheltenham take on Southampton Saints, while Keynsham try to extend their perfect beginnings against Chesham, likewise Southampton WFC who have home advantage over Swindon. Brislington stand in the way of a first ever win at this level for visitors Buckland and Larkhall are at Maidenhead who are yet to get going.

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