Charlton Athletic Football Club Women
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The new FA Women's Premier  League
The new FA Women's Premier League
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 10:47PM UTC, Sunday, 22 June 2014
The inaugural meeting of the new FA Women's Premier League was held at Burton Albion FC on Sunday.
The meeting saw the amalgamation of the old FA Women's Premier League and the four Combination Leagues. 

The new FA Women's Premier League now has 72 clubs and six divisions and in addition to that it also has a Reserve section. 

The top two divisions are the Northern & Southern Division (the old FAWPL).
Under them are Northern Division 1, Midlands Division 1, South-East Division 1 and South-West Division 1 (the old Combination Divisions).

Our 1st team will play in the Southern Division which is as follows:-

Brighton & Hove Albion
Cardiff City
CHARLTON ATHLETIC
Copsewood (Coventry)
Gillingham
Keynsham Town
Lewes
Plymouth Argyle
Portsmouth
QPR
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham Utd


Our Reserves will play in the Reserve Southern Division which is as follows:-

Bedford
Brighton & Hove Albion
C&K Basildon
CHARLTON ATHLETIC
Chichester City
Crystal Palace
Gillingham
Lewes
Portsmouth
QPR
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham Utd


Recent Results
First Team
Date Opposition Score
14 Jul 2019 Wizard FC (USA) 9 - 0
Reserves
No results are available
Upcoming Fixtures
First Team
Date Opposition Venue
21 Jul 2019 Crawley Wasps A
31 Jul 2019 Gillingham (Kim Dixson Testimonial) H
04 Aug 2019 Reading A
Reserves
No fixtures are available
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