ITFC Women's Fixtures Announced
Tuesday, 16th Jul 2019 14:21
Ipswich Town FC Women will start their FA WNL season with a home game against AFC Wimbledon.
That match, at Felixstowe and Walton United’s Goldstar Ground, will be played on Sunday 18th August with a trip to take on newly-promoted Kent Football United following on Sunday 1st September.
ITFC Women, who are in the second week of pre-season training, play their derbies against Norwich City on Wednesday 4th September at the Goldstar Ground and away on Wednesday 19th February.
ITFC Women's Fixtures
All league fixtures are subject to change.
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