Wolves Women to host West Brom at Molineux on Friday

Wolverhampton Wanderers Women back at Molineux Stadium for Black Country derby
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FA Women’s National League midweek matches begin with Solihull Moors at the 11,000 capacity Sixways Stadium and end with a Black Country derby at Molineux.

Solihull Moors are five points behind fifth-placed Northampton Town whom they host this evening (Tuesday) in Division 1 Midlands.

The bottom two in Division 1 North play on Thursday, with FC United five points from safety and hosting Chorley, York City one point from escaping the relegation zone but away to Leeds United.

Third plays fourth in Division 1 South West as Swindon Town entertain Keynsham Town, fifth-placed Moneyfields go to Selsey who have lost all 16 games to date.

Wolves welcome West Brom for a Friday fixture, with seventh-placed Wanderers having five games in hand on fifth-in-the-table Albion. Wolves will go fourth with a win, the Baggies only need a draw to do so.

February MOTMs

The FA WNL February Manager of the Month awards have been announced, with Fern Burrage-Male of Cardiff City Ladies winning the Premier Division honour and the Division 1 prize going to AFC Wimbledon’s Kevin Foster.

Tuesday 19 March


Solihull Moors v Northampton Town (Sixways Stadium, Worcester, 7.45pm)

Thursday 21 March (7.45pm)


FC United of Manchester v Chorley (Broadhurst Park Stadium)
Leeds United v York City (Garforth Town AFC)


Selsey v Moneyfields (Selsey FC)
Swindon Town v Keynsham Town (Melksham Town FC)

Friday 22 March


Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Bromwich Albion (Molineux, 7.45)

Cheadle Town Stingers promoted to FA WNL as Regional champions

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