Watford Ladies will feature in a documentary on entertainment channel London Live next Thursday evening, the club has announced.

The Golden Girls, who currently sit top of the FA Women's National League Southern Premier Division opened their doors to journalist James Dickman to show him the fast-developing world of women's football.

Speaking to the club website about the documentary, Watford Ladies General Manager, Grace Williams said the show would help maintain an interest in the women's game, following the success of the World Cup earlier this year.

“The women’s game has been growing and growing since I was a young girl and seeing what it is now from when I was playing when I was 10, 15 years old it’s massively grown,” she said.

“It's been getting bigger and bigger over the years, I think the World Cup has made it more visual to people that perhaps weren’t interested or didn’t know much about women’s football before, but its needs to continue, we can't rely on the Lionesses.

"I think this is another opportunity to expose the Women's Game and perhaps face some of those close minded opinions on the game. This documentary isn't just a televised game, which is commonly what exposure the women's game gets. It goes past that, deep into our training, our changing room talks, player and staff interviews.”

The ladies side recently demonstrated their mettle in a game against Oxford United in which they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat with two late goals.

Oxford scored during the first-half and it seemed they were destined to claim the win until Emily Hill equalised with five minutes remaining and Helen Ward scored a winner just a minute later.

The documentary, Keeping Up with the Watford Ladies, will be shown at 8pm on Thursday, December 5.