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Posted: Friday, February 26th 2021
Thursday, August 9th 2018
Season Cards for the 2018/19 Women’s Super League season are available to purchase online from 10am today (Thursday 9th August) until 30th September.
The return of Vixens football to the Stoke Gifford Stadium is just over a month away as Tanya Oxtoby’s side embark on their second season in the Women’s Super League,.
Bristol City Women are delighted to announce that season card prices have been frozen and remain the same as last season with all 10 home games in the Women’s Super League included.
Adult season cards are priced at just £4 per game to watch top flight women’s football, equating to £40 for the 18/19 season card.
Under-12s are able to bag their 18/19 season cards from just £8 for the entire season.
Under-19 prices (those aged 12-18) also remain fixed at £12.
Under-22 (those aged 19-21) and over-65 cards are priced at just £2.50 per game, £25 for the season.
Bristol City Women are also delighted to announce that the Family Season Card (2 adults and 2 under-12s) will also be available to purchase for just £90 for the season.
PRICES IN FULL:
*Continental Cup and FA Cup games are NOT included in the season card pricing and will need to be purchased separately.
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