Leeds United Ladies have started their season off on a trip to Bolton Wanderers Ladies, and while the result wasn’t what the Ladies would have wanted, they’re coming back home to a match that not only will be played in the friendly confines of Elland Road, the match will be free to attend!
If you haven’t got a chance to see a Leeds United Ladies match this season so far, this is a fantastic opportunity to go down to see LULFC in action as they take on Chester Le Street Town LFC at 2PM.
Chester Le Street Town FC Ladies team is from Chester-Le-Street in County Durham, located about seven miles south of Newcastle. And while the men’s team plays in the Northern League Division Two, 10th level of the English pyramid, their Ladies team plays in the same division as the Leeds United Ladies, the FA Women’s Premier League North Division One, along with Blackpool Wren Rovers, FC Brighouse Town Ladies, Chorley LFC, Crewe Alexandra, Guiseley AFC Vixens, Hull City, Liverpool Marshalls Feds LFC, Morecambe LFC, Mossley Hill LFC, and Tranmere Rovers LFC.
The Ladies have had an up and down preseason, but they have a new Director of Football and a new first team manager at the club. They’re part of the family again at Leeds United, and what a better way to welcome them back to the club than to stop on by and cheer them on.
As we’ve said before, Women’s football is the wave of the future, and supporting the women today will only lead to a better sporting future of not only local girls, but girls from all over England and the UK. Showing your kids that women can be professional footballers just like the men is important for the future of all women’s sports and football in general, so head on down. All Leeds Aren’t We!