In 2019, Stevenage FC Women were created as part of a renaming of Stevenage Ladies Football Club who initially linked with Stevenage FC in 2014.
The move was driven by the increased work in Women’s and Girls football in the local community undertaken by Stevenage FC Foundation.
The Women have a first team and U2es team. The first team are part of the FA Women’s National League Division One South East play their home games at Hertfordshire FA Community Football Centre, SG6 2EN. Matches usually take place on Sunday afternoon (2pm KO) and are £3 to attend.
Stevenage FC Women won the Women’s County Cup in 2015 to clinch their first piece of silverware after their reformation and then went one better in 2016, winning the Eastern Region Premier Division title to secure promotion to the FA Women’s National League South East Division.
Stevenage FC Women U23s are a new side that have been accepted into the FA Women’s National League Reserve Division One South East for the 2021-22 season, and also play their home games at Hertfordshire FA on a Sunday afternoon.
The full Stevenage FC Womens website can be found HERE.