The return to football is almost upon us for Plymouth Argyle Women and a big chance to start building some momentum in the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division.
The Pilgrims start with a difficult trip on 13 December to Crawley Wasps, who entered the second lockdown in fifth position. We then return to the Manadon Sports and Community Hub for the visit of Oxford United Women on 20 December.
The New Year begins with arguably the biggest game of the campaign so far for the Greens, as we travel to Hounslow Women and a game Argyle manager Ryan Perks has identified as a must-win if we are climb away from danger this season.
Gillingham will be the visitors to Manadon on 24 January and then Keynsham Town two weeks later. It all amounts to three successive games against teams also currently in the bottom four with Argyle, so a potentially season-defining period for the Greens.
We complete February with trips to Cardiff City and Chichester & Selsey, followed by a visit from Portsmouth at the end of the month. Argyle are also scheduled to enter the Women’s FA Cup in the Second Round, which is currently planned in for 3 January.
The Development Squad are currently looking to restart in the FA Women’s Regional League Western Division with a trip to Sherborne Town on 10 January and then Pen Mill Ladies visit a fortnight later.