Women's preview | Fylde vs Wolves

Wolves Women travel to Fylde Women in the FA Women’s National League on Sunday.

Dan McNamara’s side return to league action following last weekend’s Black Country derby exploits in the Birmingham Challenge Cup, before seeing Wednesday’s trip to Stourbridge postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Old Gold secured a dramatic penalty shootout victory against West Brom last Sunday, earning a place in the final for the third successive season.

Meanwhile, Fylde have seen their last two fixtures against Stoke City and Burnley postponed, meaning they haven’t played since February 11th – a 2-1 defeat at Liverpool Feds.

The Coasters sit bottom of the Northern Premier Division having failed to win any of their 14 encounters in 2023/24.

In the reverse fixture in September, Destiney Toussaint scored a 26-minute hat-trick as Wolves struck five without response, with Tammi George and Beth Merrick also on the scoresheet that day.

On their last visit to Fylde, McNamara’s side were 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Beth Merrick (2), Toussaint and Tammi George in March 2023.


Sunday, 2pm


Kellamergh Park (PR4 1TN)

Enter the ground via the Birley Arms Pub car park, but please do not park on the pub car park.


Tickets for the game can be purchased at the turnstiles via cash only. Adults are priced at £5 while children can gain entry for just £2.

Food and drink can also be purchased (cash only) at the venue.


Supporters unable to attend the game in person on Sunday can listen to LIVE audio commentary of the clash HERE



  • vs Stoke City (H) 10th March
  • vs Derby County (A) 24th March
  • vs West Brom (A) 31st March


  • vs Liverpool Feds (H) 3rd March
  • vs Nottingham Forest (H) 10th March
  • vs Newcastle United (H) 17th March