Cambridge United W.F.C.

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Cambridge United
Full nameCambridge United Woman Football Club
Short nameCUWFC
Founded1992; 32 years ago (1992)
GroundRowley Park
Abbey Stadium
Capacity3,500 (250 seated)
Rowley Park
ChairmanJenny Horsfield
ManagerDarren Marjoram
LeagueFA Women's National League Division One South East
2022–23FA Women's National League Division One South East, 8th of 12
WebsiteClub website

Cambridge United Women Football Club is an English women's football club based in the city of Cambridge, England. The team compete in the FA Women's National League Division One South East,[1] with home games played at Rowley Park, St Neots Town.


Cambridge United Women Football Club was formed in 1992. The club won the 1993–94 Eastern Region Division Two.[2]


Cambridge United play their home games at Rowley Park, St Neots. The club also play select matches at the Abbey Stadium.


Current squad[edit]

As of 6 August 2023.[3]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK England ENG Lauren Webb
2 DF England ENG Mayzee Seymour
4 DF England ENG Gisela Otten (captain)
5 DF England ENG Lauren Rouse
6 DF England ENG Rachel Kosky
7 FW England ENG Sarah Wiltshire
8 MF England ENG Alysha Stojko-Down
9 FW England ENG Ruth Fox
10 FW England ENG Harley-Jean Simpson
11 MF England ENG Ella Marden
12 MF England ENG Sammy Edgar
14 MF England ENG Natasha Collins
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF England ENG Jess Morley
16 DF England ENG Abbie Jackson
17 MF England ENG Fran Steele
18 FW England ENG Niamh Day
19 DF England ENG Beatrice Rogers
20 DF England ENG Bronwyn Mulheron
21 MF England ENG Serena Cobb
22 DF England ENG Mistie Fox-Barker
23 DF England ENG Eleanor Townsend
27 MF England ENG Zoe Wood
31 GK England ENG Sophie Marjoram
38 FW England ENG Bella Simmons

Honours and achievements[edit]



  1. ^ Slegg, Chris; Garry, Tom (2018–19). Women's Football Yearbook. Legends Publishing. p. 210.
  2. ^ "History". Cambridge United Women Football Club. Archived from the original on 8 February 2005. Retrieved 5 April 2024.
  3. ^ "Women's Team". Cambridge United Football Club. Retrieved 5 April 2024.

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