Check out this weekend's WSL match official appointments below

Written by Nathan Mattick

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Emirates FA Cup First Round Match Official Appointments

Saturday 14th November

Manchester United Women's v Manchester City Women (KO: 12:30)

 Referee: Amy Fearn
Assistant Referees: Reece Davies and Declan Brown
Fourth Official: Ed Duckworth

Aston Villa Womens v Birmingham City Women (KO: 14:30)

Referee: Rebecca Welch
Assistant Referees: Emily Carney and Chloe-Ann Anderson
Fourth Official: Abigail Bryne

Everton Football Club Women v Reading Women (KO: 16:30)

Referee: Emily Heaslip
Assistant Referees: Karl Buckley and Jacob Graham
Fourth Official: Ben Wyatt

Bristol City Women v Tottenham Hotspur Women (KO: 18:30)

Referee: Elizabeth Simms
Assistant Referees: Declan O'Shea and Jack Clench
Fourth Official: Scott Jackson

Sunday 15th November

West Ham United Women v Brighton & Hove Albion Women (KO: 12:30)

Referee: Abigail Bryne
Assistant Referees: Ayrton Hursey and Farai Hallam
Fourth Official: Rebecca Welch

Arsenal Women v Chelsea Women (KO: 14:30)

Referee: Kirsty Dowle
Assistant Referees: Lisa Rashid and Melissa Burgin
Fourth Official: Stacey Pearson 

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