Liverpool FC Women will host Brighton & Hove Albion this Sunday at 2pm in their first fixture of 2019. The Reds will be playing for a win that is urgently needed to get them back on track in the Women’s Super League.
Brighton will travel to Prenton Park with a lot of
It’s a double derby for the Merseyside rivals as both the men and women’s teams battle it out for three important points.
Liverpool Women will kick off the derby afternoon at the Merseyrail Community Stadium, where they will take on Everton Ladies. The Women's derby will kick off at 12 o’clock, with
Liverpool FC Women will continue their tough run of games this weekend. Second-place Manchester City will travel to Prenton Park to play out Sunday's 2pm fixture.
After a narrow 1-0 defeat to Chelsea, Liverpool will hope to return to winning ways on home soil.
The tide doesn’t run in their favour, though. The
Liverpool have a tough challenge on their hands this week as they travel to the Kingsmeadow Stadium to face reigning champions Chelsea.
Kicking off at 12.30pm, this game is sure to be a tough battle for points. Liverpool will hope to continue the run of form that has clawed them up
Liverpool will travel to the Rush Green Stadium this Sunday, where they will face West Ham. The Reds will be looking to grab another win after their victory over Yeovil Town last week.
The game – which is sure to be a fascinating display of football – will kick off at 3pm.
Following their disappointing result at home to Reading, Liverpool will hope to make amends this weekend against Yeovil Town.
The fixture against Yeovil will kick off at 2pm this Sunday at Prenton Park, Birkenhead. Liverpool will feel this is a game they should win as they come up against a side
Following their first win of the season against Brighton, Liverpool are looking to continue their run of form. The Reds will play their first home game of the campaign on Sunday against Reading FC Women.
Liverpool's first home game of the season will be the perfect setting to get them
Liverpool FC Women will travel to Crawley this weekend in search of their first league win of the season. The Reds will face Brighton & Hove Albion Women in the FA Women's Super League.
Liverpool hope to get some points on the board this Sunday, September 23. They will play away from