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Swindon Town Women will play their next FA Women's National League home fixture at the County Ground on Sunday 22nd September (2pm) when they face Poole Town.
The game will see a return to the County Ground for the Women with their last appearance coming when they hosted Queens Park Rangers at the end of the 2016-17 season.
Swindon Town Football Club CEO Steve Anderson told the club's website: "The women's game has been growing gradually over a number of years now and we were proud to host our national team earlier this year in their Road to France series.
"The World Cup has really put the Women's game into the spotlight and we're delighted to be hosting Swindon Town Women for their game on 22nd September at the County Ground as they continue on that wave of interest."
Swindon and Poole faced each other twice last season in the league with two tight affairs, the home tie saw Town run out victorious 2-1 whilst the return fixture also saw Town come away with the points courtesy of a 2-0 win.
Swindon Town Women's manager Jamie Lloyd Davies added: "It is fantastic to be able to face Poole Town on the County Ground pitch and this opportunity continues to highlight the strong relationship between the men and women's side of the club.
"The support from Swindon Town to the women's team continues to be fantastic and our staff and players are really grateful for the opportunity given to play on the pitch.
"We would really love to see a big crowd for the game showing support to women's football so if you haven't been to one of our games before or you are a regular get down to the County Ground next Sunday and see your local women's team in action."
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