Three evenings of FA Women’s National League action

AFC Fylde v Stourbridge, FA Women's National League
AFC Fylde travel to Burnley, Stourbridge host Wolves in midweek. (Photo: John Shirras)

There are a number of local derbies and lots of important points to play for during three midweek evenings of FA Women’s National League fixtures.

Burnley face basement side AFC Fylde but have a lot to do to catch Northern Premier Division leaders Newcastle United.

Hashtag United can cut Portsmouth’s lead in the Southern Premier in half but to do that, they must win at Ipswich Town. Third plays fourth, as Oxford United entertain Rugby Borough.

Boldmere St Michaels are goal-difference off the top of Division 1 Midlands and home to fourth-placed Sporting Khalsa, who may be eight points behind but do have two games in hand.

Fourth-placed Durham Cestria face Division 1 North leaders Middlesbrough, second in the table Barnsley WFC play Stockport County, third-placed Hull City go to Doncaster Rovers Belles.

AFC Wimbledon have a chance to extend their lead over Norwich City in Division 1 South East, when hosting Ashford Town.

Division 1 South West title rivals Exeter City and AFC Bournemouth are both away on Thursday, the Grecians at Torquay United and the Cherries at Southampton Women.

Moneyfields v AFC Bournemouth, Hampshire Women's Cup
AFC Bournemouth’s Erin Bloomfield is surrounded by Moneyfields players during Sunday’s Hampshire Cup semi-final, which the Cherries won on penalties. (Photo:

Wednesday 21 February (7.45pm) – unless otherwise stated


Burnley v AFC Fylde (Lancashire County FA)
Stourbridge v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Stourbridge FC)
Thurs 22 Feb – Huddersfield Town v Halifax (Shelley CFC)


Billericay Town v Chatham Town (Billericay Town FC)
Ipswich Town v Hashtag United (Felixstowe & Walton Utd FC)
Milton Keynes Dons v London Bees (Stadium MK)
Oxford United v Rugby Borough (Oxford City FC)


Tues 20 Feb – Boldmere St Michaels v Sporting Khalsa (Boldmere St Michaels FC)
Sutton Coldfield Town v Leafield Athletic (Sutton Coldfield Town FC)

Thurs 22 Feb – Lincoln City v Peterborough United (Moorlands Sports Ground)
Sheffield FC v Leek Town (Sheffield FC)
Solihull Moors P-P Northampton Town (now 19 March)


Tues 20 Feb – Barnsley WFC v Stockport County (Penistone Church FC)

Weds 21 Feb – Chester le Street Town v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Chester le Street Town FC)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Hull City (Moorends Miners Welfare)
Durham Cestria v Middlesbrough (Bishop Auckland FC)
Leeds United v York City (Garforth Town AFC)

Thurs 22 Feb – FC United of Manchester v Chorley (FC United)


Ashford Town v AFC Wimbledon (Ashford Town [Middx] FC)
Cambridge United v AFC Sudbury (St Neots Town FC)
Queens Park Rangers v London Seaward (Hanwell Town FC, 8pm)


Maidenhead United v Abingdon United (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Portishead Town v Bridgwater United (Portishead FC)
Selsey v Moneyfields (Selsey FC)
Swindon Town v Keynsham Town (Melksham Town FC)

Thurs 22 Feb – Southampton Women v AFC Bournemouth (Test Park Sports Ground)
Torquay United v Exeter City (Brixham AFC)

Wallsend BC go top of North East League

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