Women's Preview: Saints vs Sheffield United

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One final fixture awaits as Southampton FC Women look to sign off their debut Barclays Women’s Championship campaign in style at St Mary’s.

Saints vs Sheffield United
Barclays Women’s Championship
St Mary’s Stadium
Sunday 30th April, 2pm BST
For ticket details, see below

Sheffield United provide Saints with their last test of the 2022/23 Barclays Women’s Championship, as Marieanne Spacey-Cale’s side look to cement a top-five finish.

After a tough couple of months, Saints got back to winning ways over the last two games, beating high-flyers London City Lionesses 1-0 at St Mary’s, before an emphatic 4-0 win at Butts Park Arena against Coventry United.

Similarly, the Blades come into Sunday’s game with some strong results under their belt, scoring nine in the last three, beating Sunderland, Coventry United and promoted Bristol City.

With Saints coming away with a 1-0 win at Bramall Lane, there’s all to play for in what is likely to be a tightly fought contest.

Referee: Magda Golba
Assistant Referee: Elora Hardstaff
Assistant Referee: Danielle Whitworth
Fourth Official: Dasa Griffin

The final home game of the season calls for the iconic red and white kit.

Ella Pusey’s early goal was enough to seal all three points at Bramall Lane, as Saints pulled off a gritty performance in front of vocal home and away fans.

“We’re so lucky that our final fixture is a home game and it’s a great opportunity for us to put on a show for the fans who’ve played such a key part in our success.

“Sheffield United come into the game off the back of some convincing wins, showing their clinical nature in front of goal and we’ll have to be able to counteract that as well as take our own chances to come away with any points.

“With a top five finish to play for, I know the girls will work hard on the pitch to get that positive result and end the season on a high.”

There’s still time to secure your tickets to Sunday’s game and get behind the Women’s team for their final game of the season.

With adults just £8 and U18s £2 and tickets available online and on the day, there’s no reason not to get down to St Mary’s!

Can’t make it to St Mary’s? You can also keep up to date with behind-the-scenes content and action on the dedicated Women’s channels:

Please note, there will be no live commentary due to the clash with the Men’s first team fixture at Newcastle and the lack of dual streaming capability at