The move would make the club the only side in the Women’s Super League to play their home matches at the same stadium as the men’s team.
We’ve played there a few times this season and in previous ones and it will be a great way to build the fanbase,” she added.
It’s a really accessible ground and I think we’d get really good support there”.
It’s not just a big step for Reading but for the Women’s game that this move will come around and as Chambers has said would attract more fans in the Reading area.
The Royals were fifth with 21 points when the season was ended on Monday.