We’re excited to announce that for the 2023/24 season, West Bromwich Albion Women will play their home games at The Valley Stadium.
We’re eager to share that we have agreed to be the home of West Bromwich Albion Women for the 2023/24 season.
The FAW National League Northern Premier (Tier 3) side will host a number of games this season at The Valley Stadium (powered by IMPACT Performance).
The team will share the ground with Redditch United’s own Women’s side meaning there will be plenty of women’s football action at The Valley Stadium most weekends.
David Faulkner, Redditch United chairman commented; “We are very excited to have West Bromwich Albion Ladies join us here at The Valley Stadium. This move is excellent for the town and will bring even more people to visit Redditch, which will also undoubtedly have a positive impact on local business.”
The link will also provide footballing benefits for our own Women’s side and we are looking to forge strong links between the two sides, providing a pathway for their younger players to gain experience in adult football representing The Reds.”
The Albion have confirmed that tickets will be just £5 for adults and £1 for under 17s.
The Baggies are set to play their first FAW National League Northern Premier Division game at their new home on Sunday, August 20th, when they host Stoke City.
Click here to view their full fixture list.
The West Bromwich Albion Head Coach, Siobhan Hodgetts, had this to say following the announcement; “We’re really looking forward to playing at The Valley Stadium this season. It’s a ground with great all-year-round facilities and somewhere we’re delighted to be calling our home for the foreseeable future.
Everybody is hopeful that the new location, combined with the ticket prices, will help continue to expand our fanbase and grow attendances. We know how amazing Albion fans are and we really appreciate their backing. Plans are also in place for us to play a number of matches at The Hawthorns, too, which will be good and another opportunity to draw in a big crowd.
We’re currently in the middle of pre-season and, even though there has been a lot of change this summer, things are progressing well. There’s a real excitement among the group for the year ahead.”
Stadium Address –
The Valley Stadium
Sallie Swan Street