Oxford United Ladies F.C.

Oxford United Women
Full name Oxford United Women's Football Club
Founded 2005
Ground The Armadillo Stadium
Northcourt Road, Abingdon
Ground Capacity 2,000
Manager Les Taylor
League WSL 2
2014 9th
Website Club home page

Oxford United Women's Football Club is an English women's football club affiliated with Oxford United, and founded in 2005. They had major success in their first season by winning the league. In 2012/13 they won the South-West Combination and were elected as inaugural members of the Women's Super League 2nd division (WSL 2).

The success of Oxford United Women's F.C. is recognised and promoted by Oxford United.


The first team won the three major cup competitions in their league.[1]

The first Oxford United Ladies team were promoted to the Southern Region Division One, for season 2006/2007, where they continued their success and again won the League.

Oxford United Ladies have won the Ladies Oxfordshire Senior Cup, beating Henley Town Ladies 2–1 at Bicester Town F.C. The scorers were Lauren Allison and Stacey Coles five minutes from time. "Credit must go to the girls for the win," said ladies boss Ben Thomas after the match.

Current Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
33 England GK Demi Lambourne
1 England GK Hannah Cox
2 England DF Amy Chivers
29 England DF Chloe Bruce
19 Estonia DF Hannaliis Jaadla
3 England DF Isa Meade
12 England DF Laura Nichol
6 England DF Rosanna Lane
5 England DF Sahara Osborne-Ricketts
17 England MF Ella Franklin-Fraiture
11 England MF Holly Pickett
8 England MF Katherine Nutman
7 England MF Katie Stanley
4 England MF Kayleigh Hines
15 England MF Laura Low
14 England MF Lindsay Pinker
16 England FW Gemma Simmonds
9 England FW Lauren Allison

Backroom staff




  1. "2005/06 season OULFC Awards evening". Oxford United Ladies FC. Archived from the original on 20 August 2007. Retrieved 18 March 2015.

Coordinates: 51°40′52.84″N 1°16′28.98″W / 51.6813444°N 1.2747167°W / 51.6813444; -1.2747167

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