|07 Mar 21||West Ham ||-|| Chelsea Women|
|17 Mar 21||West Ham ||-|| Birmingham City|
|28 Mar 21||Man United ||-|| West Ham|
|04 Apr 21||Reading Women ||-|| West Ham|
|25 Apr 21||West Ham ||-|| Everton FC|
|10 Feb 21||Brighton WFC|| ||1 - 0|| ||West Ham|
|07 Feb 21||West Ham|| ||1 - 1|| ||Bristol City|
|03 Feb 21||Chelsea Women|| ||6 - 0|| ||West Ham|
|31 Jan 21||Manchester City|| ||4 - 0|| ||West Ham|
|24 Jan 21||Arsenal WFC|| ||P - P|| ||West Ham|
West Ham United Women Football Club is an English women's football club affiliated with West Ham United. They were formed in 1991 and play home games at Dagenham & Redbridge's Chigwell Construction Stadium on Victoria Road.
Whilst the 1970s saw a short lived incarnation of West Ham United Ladies, it was early in 1991 when Roger Morgan, the Football in the Community officer at West Ham United, mooted the idea of forming the present ladies section of the club. Following a number of initial coaching sessions to bring in local players and the capture of John Greenacre.
On 28 May 2018, it was announced that West Ham Ladies had successfully gained entry into the WSL, the top league in England. West Ham Ladies changed their name to West Ham United women's team in July 2018.