Match Preview: Forest Green Rovers v Bristol Rovers
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by Talking WoSo
10M ago
Photos: Bristol Rovers / Forest Green Rovers A look ahead to Sunday’s SWRWFL Premier Division top-of-the-table clash. Forest Green Rovers welcome Bristol Rovers to The New Lawn Stadium in a high stakes top-of-the-table clash as the SWRWFL Premier Division standings start to take shape, with goals all but guaranteed from the two title contenders. Kick-off at 2pm. ALL EYES ON SUNDAY Currently boasting a perfect record, last year’s runners-up Bristol Rovers have started the campaign blistering with intent, determined to go one better than last term and win promotion to the FA Women’s National Lea ..read more
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FAWNL: Talking points from the weekend as perfect records tumble
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by Talking WoSo
11M ago
Photo: Liverpool Feds We take a look at some of the talking points from the past weekend’s action in the FA Women’s National League. The 2023-24 edition of the FA Women’s National League continued apace this past weekend, as seven teams secured their first win of the season. We take a look at some of the weekend’s talking points. Halfway to safety? Liverpool Feds maintained their impressive start to the season with a 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion at Jericho Lane at the weekend, a Bethany Donoghue brace inside the opening 20 minutes enough to earn Feds all three points as the Merseyside clu ..read more
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2023-24 FA Women’s National League Map
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Photo: Sheena Booker From Plymouth Argyle to Newcastle United, we have every FA Women’s National League club mapped for the 2023-24 season. – Ground location – Fixtures and results [coming soon…] – Website The post 2023-24 FA Women’s National League Map appeared first on Talking WoSo ..read more
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Hashtag United: The 2022-23 FA WNL Division One South East campaign in numbers
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Photo: Lucy Copsey We’ve dissected Hashtag United’s season to produce a statistical analysis of their title-winning campaign. As clubs begin to prepare for next season following a riveting FA WNL campaign which saw four league titles memorably decided on goal difference, we pause for a moment to reflect on a historic 2022-23 campaign for Hashtag United and highlight some of the key numbers behind their success. 3 – Is the magic number Three years and three days after Hashtag United announced the merger with AFC Basildon to bring the club under the Tags umbrella, Jason Stephens’s side secured t ..read more
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Cardiff City: The 2022-23 FA WNL Division One South West campaign in numbers
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Photo: Cardiff City The 2022-23 season has drawn to a close, bringing down the curtain on a fabulous season for Cardiff City. As the dust continues to settle on a riveting FA WNL season which saw four league titles memorably decided on goal difference, we take a look back at what made the 2022-23 campaign so special for the Dragons, Cardiff City, and highlight some of the key numbers behind their success. 371 – Bouncebackability On 1st May, Cardiff City’s relegation from the FA WNL Southern Premier Division was officially confirmed. The club said: “We’ll be back.” 371 days later, the only Wels ..read more
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Teams selling season tickets for the 2023-24 campaign
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Get out your diary and purchase a season ticket to ensure you don’t miss a moment of the 2023-24 campaign. Season tickets are a great way to support clubs, and represent fantastic value for supporters with savings offered on pay-on-the-gate prices. Here are all the teams selling season tickets for the 2023-24 season in the third tier and below. Join their journey. Price: Adult – £50 Under 18 – FREE What’s included: Includes admission to all FAWNL Division One South East home games, as well as any home cup ties, at both the Cherry Red Records Stadium and Carshalton. How to purchase: Tickets ..read more
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Three most improved FAWNL teams in 2022-23
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Photo: Ian Stevens Which FAWNL teams improved the most in the 2022-23 season? We crunched the numbers and compared them to last season to identify the top three. The curtain has fallen on the 2022-23 season, and the efforts of thousands of Women’s National League players are reflected in the final league standings for everyone to see – but which teams improved the most compared to last season? Something that may not be immediately obvious, so we dug a little deeper to find out. Factoring only teams that competed in the same division as last term, we calculated how much each team in the Women’s ..read more
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Every FAWNL team’s average attendance for the 2022-23 season
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Photo: Colin Lock We take a look at the average attendance of every FA Women’s National League team for the 2022-23 season. The 2022-23 season, which represents the first since the Lionesses famously lifted the Euro 2022 trophy last summer, has seen record crowds and large increases for multiple clubs in the FAWNL. Peterborough United saw a significant rise in gates, with crowds swelling from an average of 50 to 321 since moving to Abbey Lawn at the start of the 2022-23 season, while Exeter City, Portsmouth, Nottingham Forest, Norwich City, and record-setting Newcastle United were among the ma ..read more
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Match Gallery: Shifnal Town 10-0 Prees United
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by Talking WoSo
1y ago
Griffters World Photography was on hand to capture the best of the action from the semi-final of the Shropshire FA Tom Farmer Women’s Cup meeting between Shifnal Town Ladies and Prees United Ladies. Shifnal Town advanced to the final of the Tom Farmer Women’s Cup with a comprehensive 10-0 victory over Prees United, where they will meet West Midlands Regional Women’s Football League Premier Division side, Shrewsbury Town. Check out the best of the action courtesy of Griffters World Photography. A more comprehensive gallery o ..read more
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FAWNL: Talking points from the weekend as Moneys slay Dragons
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by TalkingWoSo
1y ago
Photo: DNP Sports Photography We take a look at some of the talking points from the past weekend’s action in the FA Women’s National League. Despite a reduced number of games in the FA Women’s National League this past weekend, the latest round of fixtures was certainly one to remember as Nottingham Forest posted a new club record win and Cardiff City’s perfect run came to a crashing halt. On the Money Moneyfields recorded a stunning 4-0 win over Cardiff City as the Dragons fell at the final hurdle in their bid to make it a perfect ten league games unbeaten. Determined not to become the latest ..read more
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