Durham Women FC can today confirm our full fixture list for the 2020/21 FA Women’s Championship campaign.
As previously revealed, the Wildcats will begin their season with a trip to Liverpool on September 6 – in a game set to be broadcast live on FA Player.
Lewes will then be the first visitors to the North East, with London City Lionesses also making the journey north before the end of September.
A trip to Leicester City kicks-off October, with tricky ties against Crystal Palace at home and London Bees away to follow.
We only place twice in November, facing Charlton Athletic on home soil before making the relatively short trip to Sheffield United.
And December looks set to be a blockbuster month with the visit of Blackburn and trip to Coventry City proceeding our final fixture of 2020 – the visit of Liverpool.
2021 then begins with back-to-back trips to Lewes and Crystal Palace before London Bees head to Durham.
February looks set to be a difficult month, with a trip to London City and a clash with Leicester City pencilled in, while March looks no easier – with Blackburn and Sheffield United our opponents.
We then travel to Charlton in April, before concluding the season against Coventry United at home.
A full fixture list is below:
September 6 – Liverpool (A)
September 13 – Lewes (H)
September 27 – London City Lionesses (H)
October 4 – Leicester City (A)
October 11 – Crystal Palace (H)
October 18 – London Bees (A)
November 8 – Charlton (H)
November 15 – Sheffield United (H)
December 6 – Blackburn Rovers (H)
December 13 – Coventry United (A)
December 20 – Liverpool (H)
January 10 – Lewes (A)
January 17 – Crystal Palace (A)
January 27 – London Bees (H)
February 7 – London City (A)
February 14 – Leicester City (H)
March 7 – Blackburn Rovers (A)
March 28 – Sheffield United (H)
April 25 – Charlton Athletic (A)
May 2 – Coventry United (H)
All home games will kick-off at 12pm unless otherwise stated. We All fixtures remain subject to change.
Until further notice, all of our games will be played behind closed doors. We will still be providing social media updates and live streams, where possible, to keep supporters informed and up to date with the Wildcats.
The club will release details of season tickets and match ticketing when we have a clearer picture of when – and how many – supporters will be able to attend our fixtures. We thank you for your understanding during these unprecedented times.