So we’re all getting a bit bored inside, right?
We can today confirm that the 2019/20 FA Women’s Championship season will be suspended indefinitely.
Becky Salicki was answering your questions on the FA Women’s Championship Twitter feed this week – and here’s what she had to say:
Durham Women FC can confirm that our trips to Lewes and Charlton Athletic have both been postponed.
There may well be no games in the FA Women’s Championship this weekend – but that doesn’t mean we can’t recreate the match day experience!
Durham Women’s FA Women’s Championship clash has been rearranged for Sunday, May 3 (12pm kick-off).
Durham Women FC are delighted to announce Megan Borthwick as the first winner of the club’s new Player of the Month prize – awarded in association with Cooper Durham BMW and MINI.
Durham Women will face Aston Villa on Sunday, May 10 (kick-off 2pm).
Three Durham Women players are set to embark on international duty as the FA Women’s Championship prepares to take a break.
Durham Women FC defender Kathryn Hill was honoured yesterday evening [Sunday, February 22] after being voted as the North East Football Writers’ Women’s Player of the Year.