#FAWSL: Fixtures feature North West derby and London Stadium clash

Liverpool lost 1-0 to Manchester United in the Conti Cup at Prenton Park last year. (Photo: Jon Super for The FA)

The Barclays FA Women’s Super League features a clash between Man United and Liverpool on Saturday and West Ham versus Spurs at London Stadium on Sunday.

Saturday 28 September


Manchester United v Liverpool (Leigh Sports Village, 12:00)

Sunday 29 September (2pm)


Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion (Boreham Wood FC, 12:30) – Live on BBC Red Button
Everton v Manchester City (Southport FC, 12.30)
Birmingham City v Reading (Solihull Moors FC, 2.30pm)
Bristol City v Chelsea (Stoke Gifford Stadium)
West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur (London Stadium, 2.30pm) – Live on BT Sport 1


London City Lionesses v Durham (Dartford FC, 12:00)
Blackburn Rovers v Charlton Athletic (Bamber Bridge FC)
Leicester City WFC v Crystal Palace (Quorn FC)
London Bees v Lewes (Barnet FC)
Sheffield United v Coventry United (Olympic Legacy Park)

It’s actually a meeting of the bottom two as well, with both Man United and Liverpool having twice lost 1-0 to date.

The top two also go head-to-head in another Mancunian-Merseyside clash, with surprise joint leaders Everton having home advantage over Manchester City.

As well as the leading pair, Arsenal are a third side with back-to-back wins and they welcome an unbeaten Brighton.

London Stadium to host West Ham Women's match
London Stadium hosts West Ham v Spurs. (Photo: @westhamwomen)

West Ham are expecting over 20,000 at the London Stadium for the visit of Spurs, while Birmingham City hope to get off the mark against Reading and Bristol City challenge visitors Chelsea.

Durham could go top on the Championship if they make it four straight wins but have a testing trip to third-placed London City Lionesses.

Blackburn are still chasing a first point at this level as they take on a winlees Charlton, Leicester play Crystal Palace with neither having yet tasted victory.

It’s fifth versus fourth as London Bees face Lewes, while Coventry go in search of their first ever FAWC win away at Sheffield United.

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