Liverpool vs Everton at Anfield and Tottenham vs Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in this weekend’s Women’s Super League fixtures

12 Nov

The FA Women’s Super League is set for a host of huge clashes this weekend and they’ll be contested at stages befitting of the occasion.

With the Premier League having adjourned for the international break, the top-flight’s biggest clubs have no need for their stadiums this weekend.

Liverpool and Everton will clash at Anfield in the Women’s Super League this weekend
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But some of the England’s most impressive grounds will still host top level football being played in them over the coming days.

The Women’s Super League season is up and running with Chelsea leading the way with 13 points from five games so far.

The 12 teams in the league will be in action this weekend and there are some blockbuster ties to be played.

First, there’ll be a Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton on Sunday and it will be played in front of the Kop at Anfield.

Women's Super League fixtures this weekend

  • Manchester City vs West Ham – Academy Stadium, 12:30pm kick-off
  • Reading vs Bristol City – Madejski Stadium, 2pm kick-off
  • Chelsea vs Manchester United – Cherry Red Records Stadium, 2pm kick-off
  • Brighton vs Birmingham – The AMEX Stadium, 2pm kick-off
  • Tottenham vs Arsenal – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, 3pm kick-off
  • Liverpool vs Everton – Anfield, 3pm kick-off

Meanwhile, north London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal also go head-to-head and will clash at Spurs’ incredible new White Hart Lane Stadium.

The two matches provide another coup for the women’s game as it continues to grow and grow.

England women’s recent friendly with Germany was held in front of a record-breaking crowd of 77,768 at Wembley.

The Women’s Super League is looking to capitalise on the increasing engagement with the women’s game and will be hoping for big attendances around the country this weekend.

Tickets at Anfield will cost just £5 for adults while tickets to Tottenham vs Arsenal are only slightly more at £6.50.

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