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Yeovil Town Ladies to welcome Arsenal Women in first league home game

The FA Women’s Super League fixtures have been announced with Yeovil facing London Bees at The Hive in the Continental Tyres Cup on 19th August, before welcoming Crystal Palace to Dorchester Town in the same competition on 26th August.

They then travel to top four side Reading Women in the Women’s Super League opener on 9th September, before then facing Tottenham Hotspur back in Continental Tyres Cup action, also at Dorchester, before last seasons SSE FA Women’s Cup runners up Arsenal, play midweek under the lights at The Avenue Stadium.

The Avenue Stadium which has been named as Yeovil’s new home ground for the upcoming season, will host all league and cup matches this coming season, in an effort to ensure stability and continuity of fixtures for fans, sponsors and broadcasters.

With that in mind, all Sunday scheduled fixtures will kick off at 3.00pm (subject to change if being broadcast live on BT Sport or BBC) and all midweek home games scheduled on Wednesdays with a 7.45pm kick off.

The full round up of fixtures are as follows:

19th August 2018 Away v London Bees (Continental Tyres Cup Group Stage)
26th August 2018 Home v Crystal Palace (Continental Tyres Cup Group Stage)
9th September 2018 Away v Reading (FA Women’s Super League)
16th September 2018 Home v Tottenham Hotspur (Continental Tyres Cup Group Stage)
19th September 2018 Home v Arsenal (FA Women’s Super League)
30th September 2018 Away v West Ham (FA Women’s Super League)
14th October 2018 Away v Liverpool (FA Women’s Super League)
21st October 2018 Home v Bristol City (FA Women’s Super League)
28th October 2018 Away v Brighton and Hove Albion (FA Women’s Super League)
4th November 2018 Home v Everton (FA Women’s Super League)
18th November 2018 Away v Chelsea (FA Women’s Super League)
25th November 2018 Home v Manchester City (FA Women’s Super League)
2nd December 2018 Away v Birmingham City (FA Women’s Super League)
6th December 2018 Away v Chelsea (Continental Tyres Cup Group Stage)
9th December 2018 Home West Ham (FA Women’s Super League)
12th December 2018 Home v Brighton and Hove Albion (Continental Tyres Cup Group Stage)
13th January 2019 Home v Liverpool (FA Women’s Super League)
27th January 2019 Away v Bristol City (FA Women’s Super League)
10th February 2019 Home v Reading (FA Women’s Super League)
21st February 2019 Away v Arsenal (FA Women’s Super League)
13th March 2019 Home v Brighton and Hove Albion (FA Women’s Super League)
31st March 2019 Away v Everton (FA Women’s Super League)
21st April 2019 Home v Chelsea (FA Women’s Super League)
28th April 2019 Away v Manchester City (FA Women’s Super League)
12th May 2019 Home v Birmingham City (FA Women’s Super League)

Details are soon to be released regarding an opportunity for fans to watch a preseason game, ahead of the season starting, along with an open invite to a fans event. More details on this soon.