Women's Football Weekend returns!
The Women's Football Weekend milestone returns and we're urging all fans to Pick a Pride and Back a Side at a poignant point in the season where there are some crucial points on the line.
Taking place across the weekend of Friday 24 March until Sunday 26 March, Women's Football Weekend is the biggest date in the calendar for the women's game.
Whether it's in the Barclays Women’s Super League, Barclays Women's Championship, the FA National League or beyond, it's a collective celebration of the incredible talent, unmissable match action and vibrant community that makes up domestic women's football in England.
There are some huge fixtures taking place at iconic venues across the country in both divisions. Tickets are on sale for all games now.
Whether it's a top of the table clash, a relegation six-pointer, a Merseyside derby at Goodison Park or Manchester United playing West Ham at Old Trafford, there's points and pride at stake at what is a crucial stage of the season.
You don’t want to miss this weekend, so make sure you get your tickets and get involved.
And if you can't make it to a venue, remember all games will be shown live via the BBC, Sky Sports or on The FA Player.
See the fixtures below and how to get tickets....
Barclays Women's Super League
Everton v Liverpool - 7.30pm, Friday 24 March, Goodison Park or live on Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal - 3pm, Saturday 25 March, Brisbane Road or live on Sky Sports
Manchester United v West Ham - 5.30pm, Saturday 25 March, Old Trafford or live on Sky Sports
Manchester City v Chelsea - 12.40pm, Sunday 26 March, Academy Stadium or live on BBC One
Aston Villa v Leicester City - 2pm, Sunday 26 March, Villa Park or live on The FA Player
Reading v Brighton & Hove Albion - 2pm, Sunday 26 March, Select Car Leasing Stadium or live on The FA Player
Barclays Women's Championship
Charlton Athletic v Sunderland - 12pm, Sunday 26 March, VCD Athletic
Crystal Palace v Blackburn Rovers - 12pm, Sunday 26 March, Bromley FC
Durham v London City Lionesses - 12pm, Sunday 26 March, Maiden Castle
Sheffield United v Lewes - 12pm, Sunday 26 March, Bramall Lane or live on The FA Player
Southampton v Bristol City - 2pm, Sunday 26 March, St. Mary's Stadium or live on The FA Player
Coventry United v Birmingham City - 2pm, Sunday 26 March, Butts Park Arena
Get Your Tickets
Sheffield United Women take on Lewis at Bramall Lane this Sunday (12pm KO). Tickets are available now from £5.