Women’s pre-season friendlies for Sunday 11 July

Pre-season match warm-up
Photo: Colin Lock

Women’s pre-season games for this Sunday feature a trip for Huddersfield Town to take on Scottish Premier runners-up Celtic.

Sunday 11 July, 2pm kick offs

AFC Fylde v Blackburn Rovers
Alton v Liphook United (12pm)
Ashford Ladies v Millwall Lionesses
Bedford v Actonians
Blackburn CSC v Morecambe Reserves
Bradley Stoke v Winchcombe
Celtic FC Women v Huddersfield Town (12:00)
Chichester City v Winchester City Flyers
Clapton v AFC Leyton
Connah’s Quay Nomads v Wrexham
Dartford v Ipswich Town
Deeping United v Netherton Development
Gateshead v Birtley Town
Haringey Borough v Billericay Town Development
Hebburn Involve v Tow Law Town
Helston Athletic v Signal Box Oak Villa
Herts Vipers v Royston Town
Kings Lynn Town v Thetford Town
Leeds United v Derby County (12:00)
Lincoln City Development v Brighouse Town Development
MK Dons v English Colleges (behind closed doors)
Morecambe v Chorley Reserves
Morley Town v Garforth Rangers
Newcastle United v Middlesbrough (1pm)
Newcastle United Development v Huddersfield Town Development
Oldland Abbotonians v Olveston United
Portsmouth v Maidenhead United
Queens Park Rangers v Solihull Moors
Redlands v Melksham Town
Rotherham United v Bradford City
Sheffield FC v Chorley
Sherwood v Harworth Colliery
SJR Worksop v Dearne & District
Stevenage v Crawley Wasps (12:30pm)
Swindon Town v Boldmere St Michaels
Tamworth v Leek Town
Tiki Taka v Accrington Stanley XI
West Bromwich Albion v Cheltenham Town (1sts & Devs)
West Didsbury & Chorlton v FC United of Manchester (Sat 10 July, 3.30pm – follows men’s match)
Willingham Wolves v Cambourne United (11am)
Wokingham & Emmbrook v S4K FC Berks County (1pm)

The list of games is by no means exhaustive, click here to email the SK News Editor your team’s pre-season friendly schedule.

Before travelling, please check club social media channels for confirmation of venue, kick off time and spectator access.

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