Swansea City Ladies will kick off their Welsh Women’s Premier League campaign at their Llandarcy Academy of Sport home on Sunday, 2 September against Abergavenny Women, who finished just 4 points behind the Swans last season in 3rd place.
The current FAW Women’s Cup holders will be looking to reclaim the League title once again, having last won the title in 2016/17, and face their most likely challengers for silverware, Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies, on 21 October at Cyncoed Campus, before the return fixture at Llandarcy on 10 March.
Newly promoted Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies, will entertain the Swans Ladies on Sunday, 23 September 2018.
The league will take a break after the round of games on December 9, before resuming on January 13th to play the remaining rounds of fixtures, with the last round schedule for April 28th, when the Swans Ladies will visit local rivals Port Talbot Town for a final day derby.
Here is the complete list of Swansea City Ladies Welsh Women’s Premier League 2018/19 fixtures:
Sun 02 Sep 18 – Swansea City Ladies v Abergavenny Women
Sun 09 Sep 18 – Caernarfon Town Women v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 23 Sep 18 – Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 30 Sep 18 – Swansea City Ladies v Llandudno Ladies FC
Sun 21 Oct 18 – Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 28 Oct 18 – Swansea City Ladies v Rhyl Ladies FC
Sun 04 Nov 18 – Cyncoed Ladies v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 25 Nov 18 – Swansea City Ladies v Port Talbot Town Ladies
Sun 09 Dec 18 – Cardiff City FC Women v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 13 Jan 19 – Swansea City Ladies v Cardiff City FC Women
Sun 20 Jan 19 – Abergavenny Women v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 03 Feb 19 – Swansea City Ladies v Caernarfon Town Women
Sun 17 Feb 19 – Swansea City Ladies v Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies
Sun 24 Feb 19 – Llandudno Ladies FC v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 10 Mar 19 – Swansea City Ladies v Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies
Sun 31 Mar 19 – Rhyl Ladies FC v Swansea City Ladies
Sun 21 Apr 19 – Swansea City Ladies v Cyncoed Ladies
Sun 28 Apr 19 – Port Talbot Town Ladies v Swansea City Ladies
Last season’s top scorer and WPWL Club Woman of the Year, Jodie Passmore, will no doubt look to at least replicate her impressive return of 18 goals in 18 league appearances.
Whilst the Swans joint highest tally of 6 clean sheets, the same as reigning Champions Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies, will again be key to any success for Ian Owen’s team.