Women's Super League: Everything you need to know about Reading Women

Reading's highest finish in the Women's Super League is fourth which they achieved in the 2017/18 season (PA Images)
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Reading had a strong 2018/19 campaign as they established themselves as the best of the rest underneath the runaway top four.

One of the major challenges they face this season is ensuring Fara Williams, at 35-years-old, can provide them with as many goals as she did last season.

The England midfielder scored 12 league goals in 2018/19, with only Vivianne Miedema and Nikita Parris netting more times in the division.

Reading FC Women

Home Ground: Adams Park


Position: 5th

Played: 20

Won: 8

Lost: 9

Drew: 3

Points: 27


Kelly Chambers

Players In

Kristine Bjordal Leine (defender, Roa IL), Angharad James (midfielder, Everton), Amalie Eikeland (midfielder, IL Sandviken), Maxime Bennink (midfielder, PEC Zwolle)

Players Out

Kirsty Pearce (defender, retired), Becky Jane (defender, Liverpool), Gemma Davison (midfielder, Tottenham)



1  Grace Moloney - Ireland

27  Rachel Laws - England


22  Jo Potter - England

6  Kirsty Pearce - England

5  Molly Bartrip - England

2  Rebecca Jane - England

26  Sophie Howard - Germany

3  Mayumi Pacheo - England

29  Kiera Skeels - England


17  Charlie Estcourt - Wales

16  Jade Moore - England World Cup Squad

11  Natasha Harding (Captain) - Wales

23  Rachel Rowe - Wales

8  Remi Allen - England

9  Gemma Davison - England

4  Fara Williams - England

7  Rachel Furness - England


10  Lauren Bruton - England

14  Millie Farrow - England

19  Brooke Chaplen - England

First Game:

Liverpool, Sunday, September 8, 2pm at Prenton Park