Newcastle United W.F.C 2022: how to watch Newcastle Women’s team, when Women’s Super League starts

England’s Women’s team firmly placed Women’s football on the map at the 2022 Euro finals - here’s how you can support Newcastle Women’s team this season.

Following on from the electric win last night, all eyes are on women’s football and here’s how you can support Newcastle United W.F.C.

Team England played an incredible match against Germany, winning 2-1 in extra time, and bringing home the European championship on Sunday 31 July.

After a long 56 year wait, this was the first time England won a major tournament since 1966.

Newcastle United Women's captain Brooke Cochrane celebrates with Katie Barker (r) after scoring the second goal from the penalty spot during the FA Women's National League Division One North match against Alnwick Town Ladies at St James' Park on May 01, 2022 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The match not only saw Team England make history with their win, but it also broke a record for attendance with 87,192 people showing up to support the women.

This was a record high for a European Championship game for both men and women. Setting a new benchmark for football.

The win has sent waves through the nation, encouraging people to get behind women’s football and get proper funding behind the sport.

With the tournament over you might be wondering how you can next catch a match of women’s football, or how you can support your local team.

Newcastle United W.F.C  have their own Women’s football team who play on a regular basis. The team was first founded in 1989.

So, when can you catch the Newcastle United W.F.C play?

Here’s everything you need to know about the Women’s Super League.

What league are Newcastle United W.F.C in?

The team is currently Northern Division One.

How can I get tickets to see Newcastle Women’s team play?

Tickets can be purchased on the official Newcastle United website.

When are Newcastle Women’s expected to next play?

According to the Division One Northern Fixtures the Lady Magpies are expected to next face off against Merseyrail on 21 August 2022, 2pm.

The team’s next home game will be played against Stockport County on 28 August 2022, with kick off scheduled for 2pm.

This match will be played at Northumberland Football Association.

You can get a full breakdown of the team’s upcoming matches at the Newcastle United official website.

When does the WSL 2022/23 season kick off?

The Women’s Super League season begins on 11 September 2022, with the Championship season getting underway on 21 August 2022.

Which of the Lionesses squad are from the North East?

Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze was born in Northumberland and has been a key component in this year’s win.

Bronze recently signed a two-year deal with Barcelona, following an incredible career and stint at Manchester City for the 30-year old.

Bronze has played for Sunderland, Everton, Liverpool, Lyon, as well as Manchester City. As well as playing on the 2017 and 2022 Euro squad, Bronze was selected for the 2015 and 2019 Women’s World Cup team.

Beth Mead

Beth Mead took home the Golden Boot award last night, and has proved to be one of the squad’s strongest players. The forward scored a hat trick against Norway, as well as scoring against Austria, Northern Ireland and Sweden.

Mead was born in Hinderwell near Whitby.

Jill Scott

Jill Scott was born in Sunderland, and spent two years of her senior career at her home club.

In 2011 a FIFA report described the midfielder as one of England’s outstanding players. The report read: "[an] energetic, ball-winning midfielder who organises the team well, works hard at both ends of the pitch and can change her team’s angle of attack."

Since leaving Sunderland F.C, Scott has went on to play for Everton, Manchester City and most recently was on loan with Aston Villa.

When can you next see Team England play?

England Women’s Team will next face off against Austria Women’s team on Saturday 3 September. The game is a qualifier match for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

The match is scheduled to kick off at 4:30pm. The game will be shown live on ITV TBC and ITV Hub.

If you’re looking to catch a match in person then you can catch the team facing off against Luxembourg Women’s on Tuesday 6 September.

The match will be held at the Bet365 Stadium in Stoke, and tickets are still available via Wembley stadium website.