Man Utd Women v Liverpool Women will kick off at 2:00pm on Saturday 28th September 2019.
Manchester United Women and Liverpool Women face each other in the first ever league meeting this weekend.
United’s debut competitive game in their history was an FA Women’s League Cup clash with local rivals Liverpool in August 2018. Casey Stoney’s team triumphed 1-0 thanks to a late Lizzie Arnot goal.
Both sides will be desperate for a victory as they both are at the bottom of the FA WSL table with two defeats apiece. Neither team had found the net in their opening games and will hope to finally kick-start their campaign at the Leigh Sports Village Stadium.
Every game in the FA WSL 2019/20 season will be broadcast for free on the brand new FA Player platform
Saturday 28th September 2019
Man Utd v Liverpool (2:00pm) – Match preview, how to watch, prediction
Sunday 29th September 2019
Everton v Man City (2:30pm)
Arsenal v Brighton (4:00pm)
Birmingham v Reading (4:00pm)
West Ham v Tottenham (4:30pm)
WEST HAM UNITED and Tottenham Hotspur women meet at the FA Women’s Super League when the pair go head to head at the London Stadium on Sunday. This will be the first FAWSL fixture to be staged at the Stratford venue, with a crowd of around the 25,000-mark expected in attendance.
“When I started playing football, I dreamed of playing in a big stadium like this. Now it’s a dream come true and I can’t wait.
you think about it, I get goosebumps. It’s everything we work for
day-in and day-out. Now we want to prove we deserve to play in a big
stadium with a big crowd.
“The whole team is really excited for this game. It’s a really big occasion in a wonderful stadium. Hopefully, we have a big crowd behind us cheering for us that day.” Laura Vetterleins
Bristol City v Chelsea Stoke (5:00pm)
The FA Women’s Championship
Blackburn Rovers v Charlton Athletic
Leicester City v Crystal Palace
London Bees v Lewes
London City Lionesses v Durham
Sheffield United v Coventry United