Stevenage Ladies have agreed terms with Hertford Town Football Club to play its FA Women's Premier League fixtures at its Hertingfordbury Park stadium from this season.
With the first team securing promotion to the FA Women's Premier League South East Division last season they will now face teams such as Norwich City, MK Dons, Gillingham, AFC Wimbledon, Cambridge United, Ipswich Town and Luton Town in addition to others such as Enfield Town, Denham United and Lowestoft Town.
Dave Potter from Stevenage Ladies comments, "I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all of the Hertford Town committee in there cooperation towards ensuring this partnership becomes a success for both clubs.
"Hertford Town have some remarkable people working hard to maintain the standards of the ground facility's to make it the ideal place for Stevenage Ladies FC to call home. We will work closely with Hertford in the community to bring other local football clubs to raise participation of females within football and are excited with the proposed plans to bring this to the forefront.
"We would like to welcome anyone who wishes to support local community female football to join us on Sunday afternoons when we play at home."
Stevenage's reserve side will continue to compete in the Eastern Region League and play their home fixtures at the improved Codicote Sport and Social Club, which itself has recently been given permission for a new 100 seater stand, floodlights and various other ground improvements.