This coming Sunday (November 14th) sees City Women play at Ashton Gate Stadium, against Blackburn Rovers Ladies in the FA Women’s Championship (KO 3pm), as part of Women’s Football Weekend – which sees games played in larger stadiums while the Premier League & Championship are on international break.
With well over 2,000 tickets (at time of writing!) already sold in the lower Lansdown Stand, this will be the team’s first game at BS3 since last season’s entertaining FA Women’s Super League fixture against Reading earlier in March; and the first there to be played in front of fans since February 2020.
Advance prices are £7 (Adults), £5 (65+ and under 22), £4 (under 19), £3 (under 12).
On the day these are £10 (Adults), £8 (65+ and under 22), £6 (under 19), £4 (under 12).
As of writing, limited car parking is still available at Ashton Gate, and can be booked in advance HERE – this parking is not available to book on the day.
Please note that the existing AG & HPC matchday bus services will NOT be running for this fixture.
Season card holders for City women can claim their seat by visiting HERE & logging in. They will then be emailed a ticket which they can print at home. The club have advised that City Women season cards will not work at the Ashton Gate turnstiles.
Season card holders for City men can claim 50% off their ticket by using a code they should have received via email from the football club.
Please contact Supporter Services if you do not have this code.
The Supporters Club & Trust are pleased to announce that our Supporters Bar; situated in the first floor of the Independence Sports Bar; will now be open before the game to all fans in attendance (subject to capacity).
The Women’s Player of the Year & Women’s Young Player of the Year awards will be on display for fans to see for the first time, and our City Women Fan Representatives; D-M Withers & Shahan Miah; will be joined by other board members & be happy to discuss what we do to be the voice for all Bristol City supporters & answer any queries from City Women fans who may wish to become members of the Trust.
If you’re not a member already, you can always join by visiting HERE.
We hope to see you there at Ashton Gate this Sunday, and get behind the team. Come on you Reds!
This statement was written by Shahan Miah & D-M Withers, City Women Fan representatives.
If you’d like to contact Shahan & D-M about issues affecting City Women fans, please contact them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org