Man United Women 2019/20 fixtures release.

United Women's WSL fixtures for 2019/20

Wednesday 10 July 2019 10:00

Manchester United Women’s provisional fixture list has been announced for the 2019/20 Women’s Super League (WSL) campaign.

With the opening round of fixtures released last week, the Reds already knew we would begin our first season in the top flight with a trip to local rivals Manchester City. It has since been confirmed that the derby will take place at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 7 September, with kick off at 15:00 BST, and will be screened live on BT Sport in the UK. 

Wednesday’s announcement has now revealed who we will face in our first WSL home game.

Casey Stoney’s side will welcome last season's WSL champions Arsenal to Leigh Sports Village - which is once again our home for the 2019/20 season - on 16 September, before hosting rivals Liverpool two weeks later in our third fixture of the campaign.

The Reds won the FA Women's Championship title in our inaugural season in 2018/19.

As for the run-in, United will travel to Bristol City on the penultimate weekend, before we finish by hosting Birmingham City on 16 May 2020.

The excitement is growing ahead of our maiden campaign in the WSL, after the Reds stormed to the Championship title in 2018/19 - our inaugural campaign.

During the close season, United have brought in Jane Ross while Abbie McManus, Hayley Ladd and World Cup star Jackie Groenen have signed pre-contract agreements to join the Reds. It was the Dutch midfielder who grabbed the decisive goal in the Netherlands’ semi-final victory against Sweden, and ensured they progressed to the final, which they lost 2-0 against the USA.

Groenen, McManus and Ross were three of United's six representatives at this summer’s World Cup, as too were England’s Alex Greenwood and Scotland’s Lizzie Arnot and Kirsty Smith.

They could all be in action when we take on City in our first game of the season in just under two months' time, along with the likes of Steph Houghton, Jill Scott and Ellen White, who impressed for Phil Neville’s Lionesses in France.
Jackie Groenen in action for the Netherlands in the 2019 Women's World Cup final.
* It should be noted that all of the dates listed below are provisional and subject to change as the season unfolds, with matches potentially moved if selected for live TV coverage.


Sat Sep 7 Manchester City A
Mon Sep 16 Arsenal H
Sat Sep 28 Liverpool H
Sun Oct 13 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sun Oct 27 Reading H
Sun Nov 17 Chelsea A
Sun Nov 24 Brighton & Hove Albion H
Sun Dec 1 West Ham United A
Sun Dec 8 Everton H
Sun Dec 15 Birmingham City A
New United recruit Abbie McManus playing for England.
Sun Jan 5 Bristol City H
Sun Jan 12 Liverpool A
Sun Jan 19 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sun Feb 2 Reading A
Sun Feb 9 Chelsea H
Wed Feb 12 Brighton & Hove Albion A
Sun Feb 23 Everton A
Sun Mar 22 West Ham United H
Sun Mar 29 Manchester City H
Sun Apr 5 Arsenal A
Sun Apr 26 Bristol City A
Sat May 16 Birmingham City H
Jane Ross was part of the Scotland squad at this summer's World Cup.

United fans don’t have to wait until the start of the WSL season to see the Reds in action, with Casey Stoney’s side set to face Valerenga on 31 July - in a game that will be broadcast live on MUTV.


In 2019/20, the Reds will face top-flight teams with some of best players in the country, and they need your support. Tickets are available to purchase for the full season, so you can ensure you do not miss a second of United action from the WSL. The club is also selling tickets for the opening match against Manchester City. Please call 0161 868 8000. Up to three free Under-16 tickets can be secured with the purchase of an adult ticket, which is priced at £7. Click here for ticketing details

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