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Maidenhead United Women

Home Ground: York Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1SF

Contact: mulfc_fixtures@hotmail.com

Maidenhead United Women -sponsored by Kensington Mortgages - will compete in the FA Women's National South West Dvision 1 once again in 2020/21, the fourth tier of women's football in England. The team will be managed by former Brentford, Hayes and Maidenhead United defender Nevin Saroya.

Formerly Burnham LFC, Maidenhead United FC Ladies was newly formed at the beginning of the season 2008/09. In that debut season the new team enjoyed success after success, winning the Southern Regional Women's Football League Division 1 by a ten point margin at the first attempt and reaching the First Round proper of the Women’s FA Cup.

For the following four seasons, MLFC built solid foundations competing in the Premier Division and maintaining a position in the top half of the table. The Magpies were League Cup runner up and Chairman's Cup winners in 2010/11.

In season 2014/15 the Southern Region Premier Division title was won, finishing 14 points clear at the top of the table having won 17 out of 18 league games. The North Hants Cup was also won and the team were also runners up in the Berks and Bucks County Cup.

2015/16, being their first season in what is now known as FAWNL, saw the team achieve their goal of finishing mid-table and the team were once again North Hants Cup winners and Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up.

Season 2016/17 saw the team finish in 7th place in the table after a tough season full of injuries and postponed/rearranged games. The team competed with a small squad at times but continued to battle and be positive throughout.

Season 2017/18 saw the team finish in 8th position. At the end of this season the team said goodbye to Kerthney Carty who had been the popular manager of the team since since promotion in 2015. The Berks and Bucks Cup final was reached once more but the team suffered a 7-0 defeat to impressive MK Dons at Stadium:mk.

2018/19 was the team's toughest to date, with relegation from FAWNL only avoided with a victory in the final game of the season thanks to a 1-0 win at Southampton Saints. New manager Jamie Barratt was replaced during the season by George Marsh and Liam Vaughan.

2019/20 saw an improved but truncated season. The tally of league victories for the entirety of the previous season had been equalled by the middle of September and the Berks and Bucks final was once again reached. However, the global pandemic brought the season to a premature close and so the cup final was never played and that trophy still eludes the grasp of Maidenhead United Women.

Honours

2008/09:
- Southern Regional WFL Division 1 League winners

2011/12:
- Southern Regional WFL Premier League runners up

2014/15:
- Southern Regional WFL Premier League winners
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2015/16:
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2017/18:
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2019/20:
- Berks and Bucks County Cup Finalists

Maidenhead United Women
Maidenhead United Women
Maidenhead United Women

About the team

Home Ground: York Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1SF

Contact: mulfc_fixtures@hotmail.com

Maidenhead United Women -sponsored by Kensington Mortgages - will compete in the FA Women's National South West Dvision 1 once again in 2020/21, the fourth tier of women's football in England. The team will be managed by former Brentford, Hayes and Maidenhead United defender Nevin Saroya.

Formerly Burnham LFC, Maidenhead United FC Ladies was newly formed at the beginning of the season 2008/09. In that debut season the new team enjoyed success after success, winning the Southern Regional Women's Football League Division 1 by a ten point margin at the first attempt and reaching the First Round proper of the Women’s FA Cup.

For the following four seasons, MLFC built solid foundations competing in the Premier Division and maintaining a position in the top half of the table. The Magpies were League Cup runner up and Chairman's Cup winners in 2010/11.

In season 2014/15 the Southern Region Premier Division title was won, finishing 14 points clear at the top of the table having won 17 out of 18 league games. The North Hants Cup was also won and the team were also runners up in the Berks and Bucks County Cup.

2015/16, being their first season in what is now known as FAWNL, saw the team achieve their goal of finishing mid-table and the team were once again North Hants Cup winners and Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up.

Season 2016/17 saw the team finish in 7th place in the table after a tough season full of injuries and postponed/rearranged games. The team competed with a small squad at times but continued to battle and be positive throughout.

Season 2017/18 saw the team finish in 8th position. At the end of this season the team said goodbye to Kerthney Carty who had been the popular manager of the team since since promotion in 2015. The Berks and Bucks Cup final was reached once more but the team suffered a 7-0 defeat to impressive MK Dons at Stadium:mk.

2018/19 was the team's toughest to date, with relegation from FAWNL only avoided with a victory in the final game of the season thanks to a 1-0 win at Southampton Saints. New manager Jamie Barratt was replaced during the season by George Marsh and Liam Vaughan.

2019/20 saw an improved but truncated season. The tally of league victories for the entirety of the previous season had been equalled by the middle of September and the Berks and Bucks final was once again reached. However, the global pandemic brought the season to a premature close and so the cup final was never played and that trophy still eludes the grasp of Maidenhead United Women.

Honours

2008/09:
- Southern Regional WFL Division 1 League winners

2011/12:
- Southern Regional WFL Premier League runners up

2014/15:
- Southern Regional WFL Premier League winners
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2015/16:
- North Hants Cup winners
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2017/18:
- Berks and Bucks County Cup runners up

2019/20:
- Berks and Bucks County Cup Finalists

Table

League Position

Pos
Team
Pts
1
Maidenhead United
4
2
Chesham United
3
3
Larkhall Athletic
1
4
Brislington
0
5
Buckland Athletic
0
Pl
3
1
1
0
0
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Contact
Officials
Steve Jinman
Webmaster
Steve Jinman
Steve Jinman
Press Officer
Steve Jinman
Ken Chandler
Secretary
Ken Chandler
07863183872
Neil Maskell
Fixture Secretary
Neil Maskell

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Team Sponsors

Player Data Partner - Fitogether
Magpies in the Community - Magpies in the Community
Women's Team Sponsor - Kensington Mortgages