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Now all this international bullshit is out of the way ;) It's time for proper football to start. The WSL is currently in pre-season with the season proper kicking off in September. 

Here are your opening day fixtures:

 

WSL:

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Women's Championship:

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Champions League:
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There are loads of other games local tro you. Try and get to some. Lewes are a great one for anyone nearish to Brighton. They have equal pay for Men and Women and equal opportunity from the ground up and that should be celebrated. 

 

Share you experiences, thoughts, whatever from the coming season and be part of the legacy the Euros left. 

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What services have TV rights to what competitions?

 

My local team, Kempston Rovers, offer open training on Wednesday evenings

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, wev said:

What services have TV rights to what competitions?

 

My local team, Kempston Rovers, offer open training on Wednesday evenings

 

 

 

 

Oh that is a good shout by the way... 

 

First: 

If you have a young daughter, then this is a great place to start: https://www.englandfootball.com/play/womens-and-girls-football/weetabix-wildcats
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Edith does this every Saturday and she loves it. 

As for TV... WSL is on Sky Sports and BBC, but I will do some searching for other competitions, as it may all change after the last couple of weeks. 

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I’m glad LFC are back up in the WSL!

 

After this week I was tempted to go along to an open training session near me.  I used to play at school (I was one of the lucky ones it seems - at primary school I was able to play with the boys along with a couple of other girls, heartily encouraged, and cricket too which i was awesome at… at high school I went to a girls school and we had a team but it’s true interest was limited so we played across year groups) and loved it, along with other sports.  BUT they train on Mondays when I play netball :( 

 

I am a little annoyed that everyone is hating on netball so much over on Twitter right now :lol: I love both.  

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9 minutes ago, sprite said:

I’m glad LFC are back up in the WSL!

 

If you want to get to any away games, let us know, we would happily car share! Or even up to Prenton park / Anfield (not sure if you drive)

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On 01/08/2022 at 15:36, wev said:

What services have TV rights to what competitions?

 

I had a quick google and there's a decent Reddit guide here: 

 

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@fatbobThat's great thank you. 

 

We're off to Loughborough University to watch a pre-season friendly between West Ham and Liverpool. Then our next game is the season opener at Reading, befvore Anfield for the Merseyside Derby. 

 

If we fail to get tickets for any of those games, I retain the right to show my disgust at newcomers ;) 

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Liverpool’s away games in London all look doable. Happy to jump on the bandwagon, does feel like a rare chance to be part of something significant that’s also positive.

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Just now, glb said:

Liverpool’s away games in London all look doable. Happy to jump on the bandwagon, does feel like a rare chance to be part of something significant that’s also positive.

 

Come to Reading!

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11 hours ago, bradigor said:

Jesus Christ

 

 

Not really surprising is it. The DfE are usually glacial in applying anything and the "comparable sport" thing is bullshit, if there's only one pitch then they can split it or below a certain age play mixed teams.

 

We used to play mixed hockey at school, I saw more injuries from hockey than I ever did in football (and it was normally the girls who were more physical, even more so than the guys that were also in the rugby team)

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17 hours ago, bradigor said:

 

Come to Reading!

 

That would involve going to Reading.

 

Sadly for the Select Car Leasing Stadium's pie sellers I'm on a golf day for that fixture, which means two pies when Liverpool venture down to Dagenham.

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17 minutes ago, glb said:

 

That would involve going to Reading.

 

Sadly for the Select Car Leasing Stadium's pie sellers I'm on a golf day for that fixture, which means two pies when Liverpool venture down to Dagenham.

 

Ah fair enough! By the way, are you a 'fan member'? Might need to ask a favour when it comes to tickets for the derby. Hoping they are freely available, but fear they may now be restricted. 

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15 minutes ago, bradigor said:

 

Ah fair enough! By the way, are you a 'fan member'? Might need to ask a favour when it comes to tickets for the derby. Hoping they are freely available, but fear they may now be restricted. 


I’ve got a club membership, if that’s what you need? 
 

Very cool that the derby is at Anfield; hopefully there’s enough of a crowd to convince the club to host a few more there (United being the obvious)

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18 minutes ago, glb said:


I’ve got a club membership, if that’s what you need? 
 

Very cool that the derby is at Anfield; hopefully there’s enough of a crowd to convince the club to host a few more there (United being the obvious)

 

That's the one yeah. Hoping that they can play more too. 

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Out of vague interest and my wife deciding she's now a football fan (which is fine, I'm not denigrating that, everyone gets into a sport at some point, why shouldn't the Euros be hers?) I looked at Leicester tickets, and don't seem to be able to buy them for any games. We can buy season tickets though, which seem to be insanely cheap so we'll probably do that, even if we only go to a few games.

 

Do the WSL have a really short season or something?

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WSL NLD is in September. Arsenal members can buy tickets for that. I don’t think it’s on general sale

 

club level is £20

 

And it’s nearly sold out

 

 

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also

 

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Arsenal Women Season Ticket

We are delighted that Season Tickets for the 2022/23 season are sold out. 

Arsenal Women Season tickets include access to all 11 Barclays FA Women’s Super League matches and 2 additional home cup ties.

Season Tickets start from just £80 for the season. 


 

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