The Charlton Athletic women’s team travel to Lewes on Sunday, August 19th for the first round of group stage fixtures in the FA Women's Continental Cup before hosting Millwall the following week in the same competition.
Other teams drawn in the women's group are holders Arsenal and fellow FA Women's Super League side West Ham.
It's the second season running the women's team has started their season with a tie against Lewes, beating them 6-1 at Sporting Club Thamesmead last August to kick off a promotion-winning season.
The Addicks’ first ever FA Women's Championship game will see them host Aston Villa on Wednesday, September 19th, 7.45pm kick-off. This will be the first Championship game hosted at the women's new home, Oakwood Park in Crayford.
Charlton will then travel to Durham for a 12pm kick-off on the September 23rd, before another clash against fellow newcomers Lewes at home on Sunday, September 30th.
October will see the Addicks travel to Manchester United on the 14th, as well as face Sheffield United, London Bees and South London rivals Millwall.
Manager Riteesh Mishra is happy with the challenge the opening fixtures provide.
“Looking at the fixtures we have some tough games early on but we are ready for the challenge ahead.
“We have seen how well Charlton fans have backed the first team for these fixtures and would love to see as many Charlton fans as possible experience womens football and come down to support us this season.
“We are a new professional Championship team, we have a brand new home at Oakwood Park, and can’t wait to get going.” Mishra added.
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All fixtures are subject to change and fans can read our 2018/19 fixture list in full below. All fixtures are due to kick-off at 2pm unless otherwise stated.
Sunday, August 19th, Lewes (A) - Continental Cup
Sunday, August 26th, Millwall (H) - Continental Cup
Wednesday, September 19th, Aston Villa (H) (7.45pm)
Sunday, September 23rd, Durham (A) (12pm)
Sunday, September 30th, Lewes (H)
Sunday, October 14th, Manchester United (A) (12pm)
Sunday, October 21st, Sheffield United (H)
Sunday, October 28th, Millwall (A)
Sunday, November 4th, London Bees (H)
Sunday, November 18th, Tottenham (A) (1pm)
Sunday, November 25th, Crystal Palace (H)
Sunday, December 2nd, Leicester City (A)
Thursday, December 6th, Arsenal (A) (7.30pm) - Continental Cup
Sunday, December 9th, Lewes (A)
Wednesday, December 12th, West Ham (H) (7.45) - Continental Cup
Sunday, January 6th, Durham (H) (12pm)
Sunday, January 13th, Manchester United (H)
Sunday, January 27th, Sheffield United (A)
Wednesday, February 20th, Aston Villa (A) (7.30pm)
Sunday, March 10th, Millwall (H)
Sunday, March 31st, London Bees (A)
Sunday, April 21st, Tottenham (H)
Sunday, April 28th, Crystal Palace (A)
Sunday, May 12th, Leicester City (H)