Limerick FC Women kick off campaign at home to Kilkenny

Limerick FC will make their FAI Continental Tyres Women’s National League debut in a home clash against Kilkenny United, which is set for Sunday 11 March.

The club announced on Tuesday that it has been accepted into the Women’s National League for the first time, and are currently seeking expressions of interest in becoming involved in the team, with the position of manager and assistant manager to be filled ahead of the league kick-off.

Limerick will begin with the visit of Kilkenny, followed by a Munster Derby against FAI Cup holders Cork City at Bishopstown a week later. The venue for our home games are yet to be confirmed.

During the season, Limerick will compete in a Development Shield and League Cup as well as the FAI Cup, which presents clubs with the opportunity of playing in the final at the Aviva Stadium in November.\_LimerickFC/status/956464755929157633

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