Women's Super League: 2019/20 fixtures

  • by Jack Sullivan-Bissett
  • Monday, 22nd July 2019

West Ham United's second season in the Women's Super League will kick off on 8 September with an away fixture against Champions Arsenal live on BT Sport.

Matt Beard's side will be looking to improve on the 7th place finish they recorded during their debut campaign.

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A trip to Arsenal's Borehamwood home ground was West Ham's first away game of last season, with West Ham narrowly losing 4-3.

That game also featured West Ham's first ever Women's Super League goal, with Kate Longhurst giving the Hammers the lead after just nine minutes.

The first home game of the season will be played a week later against Birmingham City.

Birmingham - who were one of the founding sides of the Women's Super League back in 2011 - finished three places above The Hammers last season.

20 other fixtures will follow, culminating in the final game of the season, a home match against Bristol City.

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The draw for the Continental Tyres Cup is yet to be made, with the competition starting on 22 September. The full fixture list is as follows.

08/09: Arsenal (a)
15/09: Birmingham City (h)
29/09: Tottenham Hotspur (h)

13/10: Brighton & Hove Albion (a)
27/10: Chelsea (h)

17/11: Manchester City (a)
24/11: Reading (h)

01/12: Manchester United (h)
08/12: Liverpool (a)
15/12: Bristol City (a)

05/01: Everton (h)
12/01: Tottenham Hotspur (a)
19/01: Brighton & Hove Albion (h)

02/02: Chelsea (a)
09/02: Manchester City (h)
12/02: Reading (a)
23/02: Liverpool (h)

22/03: Manchester United (a)
29/03: Arsenal (h)

05/04: Birmingham City (a)
26/04: Everton (a)

16/05: Bristol City (h)

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