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Bristol City Women FC fixtures confirmed

Bristol City Women’s fixtures for the new 2018/2019 Women’s Super League season have now been confirmed. 

The Vixen’s first game of the season will come in the Continental Tyre Cup, where they will make an away trip to Leicester City on Sunday, 19th August. 

Tanya Oxtoby’s team face Brighton and Hove Albion away in the opening round of Women’s Super League season, 9th September, before welcoming champions, Chelsea F.C Women in the second round 

Oxtoby said: “Every game in this league is a tough one, and there are no easy points to be gained which is why the league is so exciting.

We are looking forward to showing the fans and the public just how hard we have been working as a group over the last few months and hopefully give them a team they can be proud of that play some exciting and entertaining football.”

Bristol City Women FC’s 2018/2019 fixtures in full:

 

Continental Cup Round 1: Sunday 19th August (2pm) v Leicester City (A)

Continental Cup Round 2: Sunday 26th August (3pm) v Sheffield United Women (H)

WSL Round 1: Sunday 9th September (2pm) v Brighton & Hove Albion  (A)

Continental Cup Round 3: Sunday 16th September (3pm) v Manchester City Women (H)

WSL Round 2: Wednesday 19th September (7pm) v Chelsea F.C Women (H)

WSL Round 3: Sunday 23rd September (2pm) v Manchester City Women (A)

WSL Round 4: Sunday 30th September (3pm) v Everton Ladies FC (H)

WSL Round 5: Sunday 14th October (3pm) v Birmingham City Ladies FC (H)

WSL Round 6: Sunday 21st October (3pm) v Yeovil Town Ladies FC (A)

WSL Round 7: Sunday 28th October (3pm) v Arsenal (H)

WSL Round 8: TBC v Reading Women FC (A)

WSL Round 9: Sunday 18th November (3pm) v Liverpool Women FC (H)

WSL Round 10: Sunday 25th November (3pm) v West Ham United Ladies (A)

WSL Round 11: BY-WEEK

Continental Cup Round 4: Wednesday 5th December (7pm) v Aston Villa (H)

WSL Round 12: Sunday 9th December (2pm) v Everton Ladies FC (A)

Continental Cup Round 5: Wednesday 12th December (7:30pm) v Birmingham City Ladies FC (A)

WSL Round 13: Sunday 6th January (3pm) v Manchester City Women FC (H)

WSL Round 14: Sunday 13th January (2pm) v Birmingham City Ladies FC (A)

WSL Round 15: Sunday 27th January (3pm) v Yeovil Town Ladies FC (H)

WSL Round 16: Sunday 10th February (3pm) v Brighton & Hove Albion Women (H)

WSL Round 17: Wednesday 20th February (7:30pm) v Chelsea Women FC (A)

WSL Round 18: Thursday 14th March (7:30pm) v Arsenal (A)

WSL Round 19: Sunday 31st March (3pm) v Reading Women FC (H)

WSL Round 20: Sunday 21st April (2pm) v Liverpool Women FC (A)

WSL Round 21: Sunday 28th April (3pm) v West Ham United Women (H)

WSL Round 22: BY-WEEK 


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