Women's Preview: Saints vs Chichester & Selsey


Southampton FC Women are back in FA Women’s National League Southern Premier action on Wednesday as they host Chichester and Selsey at Snows Stadium.

Saints vs Chichester & Selsey

FA Women’s National League Southern Premier

Snows Stadium

Wednesday 26 January, 7.45pm GMT

For ticket details see below

Saints secured their place in the Hampshire FA Senior Cup final on Sunday, claiming a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth at Snows Stadium.

Katie Rood and Georgie Freeland both found themselves on the scoresheet for Saints who now face bitter rivals Portsmouth in the final of the competition, looking to enact revenge after last season’s final defeat.

Visitors Chichester will be looking to secure their first victory of 2022 after falling to a 5-0 defeat to London Bees before suffering a 3-0 loss at the hands of Oxford United on Sunday.

Saints currently sit third in the National League standings but have four games in hand over league leaders Ipswich.

Chichester and Selsey sit in 13th at the opposite end of the table, having won just twice and drawn once in 13 games.

Tickets for Wednesday’s clash are priced as follows and can be purchased using the link below:

Adults - £3

Under-18s - Free

Please note that no parking is available at Snows Stadium but is instead provided at the nearby Calmore Industrial Estate (approximately a three-minute walk from the ground).

An Ella Pusey brace saw Saints emerge 2-0 victors in the reverse fixture back in August.

Victory at Chichester ensured Saints made it three victories in their opening three games of the campaign.

“Anything can happen on the day,” admitted technical coach Lauren Phillips. “We’ve got to be as prepared as we can be. We’ve got to take it one game at a time.

“We’ve seen with results that we’ve been involved in with other teams that anything can happen. The most important thing is that we do what we can do.

“Play, based on what they give us and if we do that and play smart we’ll be in the best position come the end of the game and that’s what we want.”