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Posted Wednesday, December 13th 2017

All you need to know: Bristol City Women v Manchester City Women

Are you attending Sunday’s Continental Tyres Cup quarter-final v Manchester City Women? Here’s all you need to know.

The ground will be open from 12:30pm. 

As stated, parking is very limited at the Oaklands Park Stadium, however, there is a bus stop outside, timetables and a journey planner can be found here. The postcode to use is BS32 4AG.

Prices for Sunday’s game are as follows (Season Card holders will get the Member rate, which is in brackets. Please present your Season Card at the turnstile on arrival):

Adult - £8 (£5)

65+ - £5 (£3)

Under-22 - £5 (£3)

Under 19 - £4 (£2)

Under 12 - £2 (£1)

There will be a catering van on site, to quench your thirst or warm your stomachs with some much needed food.

We hope to see you on Sunday and thank you for your support as always.

 

 

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