SSE WFA Cup 2nd Round Draw

There were some tough ties for Regional League sides, including New London Lionesses hosting Crystal Palace, Burnley going to Stoke City and Farsley Celtic away at Middlesbrough.


Middlesbrough v Farsley Celtic
Sporting Khalsa v The New Saints
Derby County v Hull City
Huddersfield Town v West Bromwich Albion
Nettleham v Liverpool Marshalls Feds
Nottingham Forest v Newcastle United
Bradford City v Long Eaton United
Blackburn Rovers v Loughborough Foxes
Fylde v Guiseley AFC Vixens
Stoke City v Burnley
Brighouse Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Chorley v Leicester City Women
Keynsham Town v Southampton Women’s FC
Milton Keynes Dons v Cardiff City LFC
Lewes v Enfield Town
Charlton Athletic v Queens Park Rangers
Gillingham v Plymouth Argyle / Basingstoke Town
Brislington v Swindon Town
AFC Wimbledon v Portsmouth
New London Lionesses v Crystal Palace
Luton Town v Harlow Town
Coventry United v West Ham United
Chichester City v C&K Basildon
Stevenage v Ipswich Town

Ties to be played on Sunday 3rd December (1pm) 

New London Lionesses face a massive task against Crystal Palace, the Greater London League Division 1 outfit playing four levels lower than the Eagles.

North West Premier side Burnley compete a couple of divisions below Stoke City, North East Premier Farsley Celtic will be at a similar disadvantage when at Middlesbrough.

Nettleham have an attractive home tie with Liverpool Feds from a league above, likewise Brighouse Town who are likely to give Wolves a difficult game.

Chorley are just one of several other sides to have top flight FAWPL visitors in Leicester City WFC, with promotion-chasing MK Dons keen to show their a match for the likes of Cardiff City Ladies, similarly AFC Wimbledon who host Portsmouth.

Harlow Town will look to try and span two divisions when playing Luton Town.

Coventry United welcome West Ham. whom they edged 2-1 in the league just yesterday.

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