Jets Women to Face Tough Opponents in Opening Rounds of the Westfield W-League

September 8th, 2015

The Newcastle Jets Women will be assessing their opponents in Round 1 of the upcoming Westfield W-League season after drawing a bye in the opening round of competition.

Season 8 of the Westfield W-League will commence on October 17th and includes nine national squads following the addition of Melbourne City.

Facing Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory on opposition turf in Rounds 2 and 3 respectively, the Jets Women will make their first appearance in front of a home crowd on Saturday 7th November when the side hosts Western Sydney Wanderers at Magic Park.

The draw, which was released earlier today by Football Federation Australia includes two Newcastle Jets Women fixtures at Hunter Stadium which will be played ahead of Hyundai A-League matches.

> View 2015/16 Season Draw (PDF, 980 KB)

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