Congratulations Jo

Congratulations to Jo Daniel, long serving goalkeeper of the Ladies side on picking up the Division One South Goalkeeper of the season award last night..

Now plying her trade ON the pitch, it certainly was a surprise to her to pick up the award !!!

Well done, “Cat”

Lutterworth (h) – Rearranged

Sunday’s postponed game against Lutterworth has been re-arranged

2pm kick-off at Arnold Town FC!!

For those that wish to travel to watch us play (and pick up the League Trophy around 7pm…) the address is:-

Arnold Town FC




Northampton Town Ladies are CHAMPIONS after a 7-0 win at Thrapston this afternoon..

Goalscorers:- Emma Dunmore 3, Abbie Reboul, Alex Bartlett, Cesca Partridge & Leah Stacey


Change of Venue for Thrapston Game

Please note the change of venue for this Sunday’s AWAY game at Thrapston

Catworth FC
Victory Fields
Station Road 
PE28 0PE

Come down and support the Ladies, who only need ONE point from their remaining 2 games to secure the League Title!!

Supporters Player Of The Year

As the season draws to an end, we are asking for supporters to vote for their “Supporters Player of the Year”.

To make your vote please email Kim Birtwistle by 17th May.

All the staff & players would like to thank you for your continued support throughout the season

Lack of updates to website…..

There may be a lack of updates to this website over the coming fortnight or so

This is due to our webmaster going into hospital tomorrow (April 9th) for an operation which will keep him in there for at least a week..

After which, he’ll be recuperating for another month (missing the rest of the season, unfortunately…)

All the best Giles (aka Stampy)…!!!

International Call for Chloe

Northampton Town Ladies player Chloe Atkins is getting used to playing international football.

At the age of just 17, Chloe was called up to the Northern Ireland under 19 squad for the first time to go to Portugal to take part in the European Championship qualifiers.

Since then, Chloe has been selected for the Northern Ireland squad many times.

“My selection to play international football has further developed me as a player and person,” said Chloe.

“These experiences have created the highest of highs in my playing career with memories and friends that will last a life time.

“However, there is another side to playing at this level, not only can it be physically demanding and draining due to the intense training but also mentally challenging.

“Playing with Northern Ireland has opened my eyes to everything that players go through behind the scenes, such as having to provide samples every morning to test hydration and wearing a tracking device every time you step on the field so the coaching staff can monitor performance.

“Overall, I am grateful for the opportunities that have arisen for me and will continue to strive in order to keep performing at that level.”

Congratulations Chloe, we are very proud of you!