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MSC March Update

We are coming towards the final couple of months of the season, but we at the Millwall Supporters' Club have been continuing to work hard with the Millwall Community Trust, the Millwall Lionesses and with you, the Millwall fans. Below is an update on just some of these things we have been working on...


Mainland Europe Achieved…

At the beginning of the month, a number of committee members from the Millwall Supporters’ Club (MSC) joined forces with fellow fans, squad members from the Millwall Lionesses and the Millwall Community Trust (MCT) to virtually race across Europe, to raise funds for a new fantastic bursary project that is being introduced by the Trust. The online journey has been a long one and many, many miles have been clocked up, but we are delighted to confirm that we have virtually made it as far as Bilbao! There is still time to donate to this fantastic cause which helps both the MCT itself and also the local area, so for more information of the challenge, then please make sure you visit either or

Send us your Videos!

With the return of fans coming closer, we want to make a video showcasing how Millwall means different things to different fans. This will be shared on all our channels plus the club will also publish it to the whole fanbase. Email us your videos or voice clips of no more than 10 seconds telling us your answer. Start your video with "To me, Millwall means..."

Make sure you send your videos or clips to our new designated email address of

Millwall Lionesses Update

The last few weeks have been certainly busy down at St. Paul’s and unfortunately our 2020/21 ERWFL Division One South campaign has been declared null and void due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Although there are no longer any further league games, that has not stopped the backroom staff working hard behind the scenes to confirm some fantastic fixtures for our squad once the next stage of the government roadmap comes into force. In the month of April, we are delighted to have secured Hackney Lionesses, Upton Park Ladies, Kent Football United and Billericay Town Women Reserves as friendlies for our Lionesses to face. Unfortunately, due to the updated guidelines, these fixtures are being played behind closed doors, but if you would like to follow the side, make sure you keep checking in on social media at @Millwall_LFC and visiting

Along with the fixtures announced for our Lionesses, we are delighted to be able to host an open training session on Wednesday 7th April! If you think you are the next piece of the puzzle and can be a part of the Lionesses’ journey, then visit the Millwall Lionesses social media pages on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram where you will find the link to the online form. Please note, this is an open training session for the Millwall Lionesses’ first team, so all those who apply must be 16 years old and over.

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