Reading FC Womens World

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by AthleticoSpizz » 11 Oct 2020 18:30

R&R, RF....assuming that fans are allowed to attend (??...I thought they were), what are the attendance figures?

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by The Royal Forester » 11 Oct 2020 19:13

AthleticoSpizz R&R, RF....assuming that fans are allowed to attend (??...I thought they were), what are the attendance figures?

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No attendance figures are given on the BBC or Reading FC websites, so I presume fans are not allowed in yet.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by AthleticoSpizz » 11 Oct 2020 19:26

....but I thought that they were (or at least, that was the plan a month or so ago)

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by The Royal Forester » 11 Oct 2020 21:01

Last week the PL, EFL, FA, WSL sent a joint letter to the Government asking that fans be allowed into games. They had already held trials and allowed some fans in a few games, but things seem to be changing every day at the moment.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by SouthDownsRoyal » 11 Oct 2020 23:03

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AthleticoSpizz R&R, RF....assuming that fans are allowed to attend (??...I thought they were), what are the attendance figures?

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No attendance figures are given on the BBC or Reading FC websites, so I presume fans are not allowed in yet.


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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Stranded » 12 Oct 2020 05:27

AthleticoSpizz ....but I thought that they were (or at least, that was the plan a month or so ago)


No fans at Elite women's level I.e. top 2 divisions.

Has led to the stupid situation whereby Lewes mens side are allowed crowds of up to 500 but the women's team play in front of empty stands - in the same stadium. Their average crowd last year was around 400.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Nameless » 12 Oct 2020 07:38

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AthleticoSpizz ....but I thought that they were (or at least, that was the plan a month or so ago)


No fans at Elite women's level I.e. top 2 divisions.

Has led to the stupid situation whereby Lewes mens side are allowed crowds of up to 500 but the women's team play in front of empty stands - in the same stadium. Their average crowd last year was around 400.


As daft as fa cup games where depending on where you are in the pyramid you may or may be allowed to have fans at a game. In some cases a lower placed team has had fans while a higher placed one can’t atvthe same game !

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by RoyalBlue » 12 Oct 2020 11:44

The Royal Forester Birmingham had nil points before today, three defeats from the start of the season. The Reading Women could have gone up to 4th. (but would have gone up to 5th.) with a win today. Trust a Reading team to give their rivals a kick start to the season. Just like the men's team most seasons!


Yep, they seem to have taken over from the men's team of previous seasons with an appalling lack of clinical finishing. 61% possession v Birmingham and 22 shots but only 4 of those were on target!

With Fara Williams injured/well below her best, they are also lacking any real creativity. Jess Fishlock partly compensates but they really need more players who can create openings from very little.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 16 Oct 2020 15:18

Another home WSL fixture at the Madejski stadium on Sunday to high Flyers Man City KO 2pm- live on FA player.


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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 18 Oct 2020 14:06

1-0 3mins Eikeland
H-T 1-0
1-1
F-T 1-1

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by RoyalBlue » 18 Oct 2020 16:23

Some of the players looked disappointed at the end but it was a very good performance and result against a Man City team crammed full of England & USA Internationals.
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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 23 Oct 2020 16:18

From the RFC website

Women’s Football Weekend 2020 will be the biggest yet as every Women’s Super League game is spaced across the entire weekend, ensuring fans can watch each one, including Reading’s trip to Everton which will be shown on the BBC Red Button.

The initiative from the FA is to enable fans to watch every Barclays FA Women’s Super League match, by having them spread evenly over the entire weekend with no overlap.

Reading FC Women travel to undefeated Everton on Saturday 14th November for a 4.30pm kick-off, and the match will be broadcast live on the Red Button service on the BBC.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 30 Oct 2020 17:06

Reading’s away game at Tottenham on Sunday November 8th being played at Barnet FC has been brought forward 24 hours to Saturday 7th KO 2pm because Barnet have a home FA cup match on that day.
The next game is on Wednesday evening a Conti cup group game away at West Ham KO 7.30pm. Match is at Dagenham and Redbridge`s ground.
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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Kitsondinho » 30 Oct 2020 17:47

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The Royal Forester Birmingham had nil points before today, three defeats from the start of the season. The Reading Women could have gone up to 4th. (but would have gone up to 5th.) with a win today. Trust a Reading team to give their rivals a kick start to the season. Just like the men's team most seasons!


Yep, they seem to have taken over from the men's team of previous seasons with an appalling lack of clinical finishing. 61% possession v Birmingham and 22 shots but only 4 of those were on target!

With Fara Williams injured/well below her best, they are also lacking any real creativity. Jess Fishlock partly compensates but they really need more players who can create openings from very little.

Wonder what our xG is?!

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by The Royal Forester » 30 Oct 2020 17:58

This a xG free area, if it relates to Goals, but not if it's Girls.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 04 Nov 2020 19:49

West Ham 1 Reading 0 14 mins
H-T 1-0 Reading have missed a pen.
2-0 53 mins
Reading miss another penalty
3-0 57 mins
F-T 3-0

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 07 Nov 2020 12:36

Away at Tottenham today(Barnet FC) KO 2pm match is live on FA player.

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 07 Nov 2020 14:21

Spurs 0 reading 1 Chaplen 12 mins
1-1 24 mins
H-T 1-1
F-T 1-1

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 12 Nov 2020 10:58

Women`s Football weekend is back on Saturday/Sunday 14th/15th for a 2nd year. This time behind closed doors where all 5 matches kick off at different times so they all can be watched live- 2 on BT sport 1 on BBC red button and on the FA player.
Reading play Everton away on Saturday KO 4.30pm at Walton Hall park the match is on the BBC red button and the FA player

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Re: Reading FC Womens World

by Royals and Racers » 14 Nov 2020 17:09

Everton 1 Reading 0 38 mins
1-1 Harding 42 mins
H-T 1-1
F-T 1-1

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