Following three straight triumphs on the road, Middlesbrough will visit Leeds United Women in the FA Women’s National League North on Sunday.

After opening the regular season with three victories and moving on in the FAWNL Cup with a victory over Leek Town, the Whites are aiming to make it five wins in a row.
However, the Reds picked up their first three points of the season in midweek, with an impressive 1-0 win against last season’s runners-up Durham Cestria, so come into this game with growing confidence.

Supporter Information

The game kicks-off at 2pm at Garforth Town’s Bannister Prentice Stadium, Cedar Ridge, Garforth, LS25 2PF.

For supporters wishing to attend, parking is available at the ground. Admission prices are £5 for adults, U16s go free. Hot and cold food and drinks are available both in the clubhouse and café.

For supporters unable to attend, you can watch the game live on LUTV, or follow the action with updates right here on leedsunited.com.
Supporter Details

The game begins at 2 p.m. at Bannister Prentice Stadium for Garforth Town, located at Cedar Ridge, Garforth, LS25 2PF.

Parking is accessible at the stadium for fans who want to attend. Adult admission is £5, while under-16s are admitted free. Both the clubhouse and the café serve hot and cold food and beverages.

If you’re a fan who can’t make it, you can watch the match live on LUTV or keep up with the action by checking leedsunited.com for updates.
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On Wednesday night at the LNER Community Stadium, the Whites defeated York City Ladies 3-1 to earn their third straight outstanding away victory.

Jess Rousseau scored twice to give her a total of five goals in four games this season. Kath Smith also scored twice in a week.

Previous meetings

The Whites came out on top in an early season meeting last campaign at the So-Trak Stadium, thanks to a Laura Bartup penalty and Sarah Danby’s second half goal.

In the reverse fixture at Stockton Town FC, Leeds found themselves 2-0 down at half time after goals from Jess Dawson and Armani Maxwell, but a spirited comeback saw them travel home down the A1 with a point thanks to Paige Williams and Kath Smith goals.

Athletes to watch

Rousseau has had a scorching start to the season for Leeds, scoring in the team’s victory over Stockport on the first day of the campaign before scoring twice against Leek Town and York.

She now shares the lead in the early-season scoring standings with Helen Lynskey and Hope Knight of Hull City.

Bethany Guy, who came from last season’s champions Newcastle United, was a standout addition for Boro this summer. She scored in the team’s loss to Hull to start her account for Boro.

In addition, Rachel Hindle, who moved to Teesside this summer, might be lining up tomorrow against Leeds.

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