Hashtag United W.F.C.
Hashtag United W.F.C.
|Full name||Hashtag United Women Football Club|
|Founded||2002, as Basildon United Ladies|
|Ground||Canvey Island, Canvey Island|
|Capacity||4,100 (500 seated)|
|League||FA Women's National League Division One South East|
|2019-20||(3rd, season abandoned)|
Hashtag United Women F.C - formerly AFC Basildon, C & K Basildon and also Basildon United Ladies - is an Essex-based women's football team currently competing in the FA Women's National League South East Division 1, the fourth tier of English women's football. Created as Basildon United Ladies, they have won four promotions and four league titles since their formation in 2002. They are affiliated to men's 9th tier semi-professional club Hashtag United, who announced takeover of the club on 20 April, 2020. Their home stadium is Canvey Island, Basildon, Essex. Hashtag United also operates a reserve team and a youth team.
On 16 March 2020 Hashtag United's 2019-20 season was expunged due to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Hashtag stood third in the league and were in the Essex County Cup final before its cancellation.
Correct as of 4 October 2020.
|DF||Alex Bailess (C)|
|General Manager||Grant Palmer|
- BBC Essex Women's Cup
Winners (3): 2012/13, 2013/14, 2015/16
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