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Bristol City Women Season Cards On Sale Now

Become a Vixen and get your Bristol City Women Season Card for the Spring Series on Monday, February 6th from 10am. 

 

Season Prices:

Adult - £20*

Senior 65+ - £13*

Under-22 - £13*

Under-19 - £8*

Under-12 - £4*

2 Adults, 2 Under-12s - £45*

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*Only e-tickets will be used for the games except for Reading which will be held at Ashton Gate. Only the West Stand will be used for this fixture and all seats will be unreserved.

Games included in the Spring Series Season Card will be:

BCWFC v Reading Saturday, April 22nd at 6pm (Ashton Gate)

BCWFC v Man City, Saturday, April 29th at 7pm (Wise Campus)

BCWFC v Liverpool Ladies, Saturday, May 20th at 6pm (Wise Campus)

BCWFC v Chelsea Ladies, Wednesday, May 31st at 6pm (Wise Campus)

BCWFC v Arsenal Ladies, Saturday, June 3rd at 2pm (Wise Campus)

Newly promoted City Women will play their first game of the new Spring Series straight after their male counterparts take on Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday, April 22nd. The men will kick-off at 3pm with the Vixens taking to the pitch for a 6pm start.

The Vixens won promotion back to Women’s Super League 1 with a game to spare in November last year and are now preparing for the start of the Spring Series.

The Spring Series set to bridge the gap between the WSL’s transition from a summer league to a traditional winter league. Now in WSL1, Bristol City Women will open their campaign against Reading at Ashton Gate before taking on Arsenal, Chelsea and current league champions Man City at the Stoke Gifford Stadium.

“Now that the fixtures are released, it becomes very real and exciting,” said City Women’s head coach Willie Kirk.

“The big clubs we will come up against are the challenges that we want to face every week, and the reason that we worked so hard last year to get back to WSL1.

“The first game at Ashton Gate will add that little bit more prestige to the game and the girls are really looking forward to playing in front of, hopefully, a very large and enthusiastic Bristol crowd."

Both WSL Leagues will operate as ‘closed’ leagues so there is no relegation or promotion.The FA Cup will operate as usual, it will see the Vixens enter the fifth round and will kick start their FA Cup campaign in March.

The City Women squad is back in full training next week as preparations begin for the opening game of 2017.

“The girls have been doing individual winter programs over Christmas and New Year and a few have sporadically been at the training ground to do some individual work,” said Kirk.

“As a group, we return next Tuesday, with the first few weeks consisting of physiological testing, gym-work, conditioning on and off the pitch, and some light technical work.

“Following that, we then go into a six week cycle on the pitch which leads into the FA Cup fifth Round.”

Tickets will be available for all games online via Tickets.Bristol-Sport.co.uk from Monday, February 6th at 10am. 

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