Hawthorns, Loftus Road and Riverside among FA Women’s National League venues

West Brom women to play at The Hawthorns
West Bromwich Albion Women return to The Hawthorns. (Gareth Evans/SPP)

Big venues for the FA Women’s National League with matches at Exeter City, Middlesbrough, QPR, Stockport County and West Bromwich Albion.

West Brom welcome third-placed Burnley to The Hawthorns, while Northern Premier leaders Newcastle United go to Stourbridge and third-placed Nottingham Forest visit Wolves.

Portsmouth lead the Southern Premier by nine points and host an Ipswich Town side over whom they have had two narrow away wins this term. Second-placed Hashtag United are home to Oxford United in fifth.

Loughborough Lightning lead Division 1 Midlands on goal-difference from Boldmere before the title rivals host Leafield Athletic and visit Leek Town respectively. Fifth faces third as Northampton Town receive a visit from Sporting Khalsa.

Middlesbrough are top of Division 1 North ahead of hosting Doncaster Rovers Belles at the Riverside Stadium. Durham Cestria are a point behind and home to York City, Hull City perhaps best placed but with a tricky trip to Leeds United. Barnsley WFC remain in contention and go under new management to Norton, while Stockport play FC United at Edgeley Park.

AFC Wimbledon are six points clear in Division 1 South East and away to London Seaward, Norwich City are second and have two games in hand but face a Worthing side just beneath them. QPR’s match with Cambridge United is being held at Loftus Road.

Division 1 South West leaders Exeter City meet Maidenhead United at St James Park, AFC Bournemouth -who have games in hand with which to catch the similarly unbeaten Grecians – have home advantage over Abingdon United.

Sunday 10 March (2pm)


AFC Fylde v Stoke City (Kellamergh Park)
Halifax v Derby County (Liversedge FC)
Huddersfield Town v Liverpool Feds (Shelley CFC)
Stourbridge v Newcastle United (Stourbridge FC)
West Bromwich Albion v Burnley (The Hawthorns)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Nottingham Forest (AFC Telford Utd)


Cardiff City LFC v Plymouth Argyle (Newport Stadium)
Hashtag United v Oxford United (Aveley FC)
London Bees v Cheltenham Town (The Hive 3G)
Portsmouth v Ipswich Town (Havant & Waterlooville FC)
Rugby Borough v Billericay Town (Rugby Borough FC)
Chatham Town v Milton Keynes Dons (Chatham Town FC, 2.30pm)


Lincoln City v Sutton Coldfield Town (Moorlands Sports Ground)
Loughborough Lightning v Leafield Athletic (Holywell Sports Complex)
Northampton Town v Sporting Khalsa (Fernie Fields Sports Ground)
Sheffield FC v Peterborough United (Sheffield FC)
Solihull Moors v Notts County (Studley Sports Centre)
Leek Town v Boldmere St Michaels (Leek Town FC, 3pm)


Chester le Street Town v Chorley (Chester le Street Town FC)
Durham Cestria v York City (Graham Sports Centre)
Leeds United v Hull City (Garforth Town AFC)
Middlesbrough v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Riverside Stadium)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Barnsley WFC (Norton Sports Complex)
Stockport County v FC United Of Manchester (Edgeley Park Stadium)


AFC Sudbury v Actonians (AFC Sudbury)
Chesham United v Ashford Town (Chesham Utd FC)
London Seaward v AFC Wimbledon (Oakside Stadium)
Norwich City v Worthing (The Nest)
Queens Park Rangers v Cambridge United (Loftus Road)


AFC Bournemouth v Abingdon United (Ringwood Town FC)
Bridgwater United v Swindon Town (Bridgwater Utd FC)
Exeter City v Maidenhead United (Exeter City FC)
Keynsham Town v Moneyfields (Keynsham Town FC)
Selsey v Torquay United (Selsey FC)
Southampton Women v Portishead Town (Test Park Sports Ground)

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