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City Women 2020/21 fixtures confirmed

The details of the Robins' remaining 2020/21 Barclays FAWSL fixtures have been confirmed.

Following City Women's opening two rounds against Everton and Chelsea, Tanya Oxtoby's side will travel to Meadow Park to take on Arsenal on Sunday, October 4th (2pm) before back-to-back home games against Aston Villa (Sunday, October 11th, 2pm) and Birmingham City (Sunday, October 18th, 2pm).

The Robins' away trips to face Manchester United (Sunday, December 20th) and Everton (Sunday, January 17th) have both been moved to a 12pm and 1pm kick-off respectively.

City Women have two mid-week Barclays FAWSL fixtures which see them take on Tottenham Hotspur at The Hive (Wednesday, February 10th, 7.45pm), before welcoming Manchester City to Twerton Park (Wednesday, March 17th, 7.30pm). 

As part of the season run-in, the Robins will travel away to the Banks' Stadium to take on newly promoted Aston Villa on Sunday, April 25th with an early kick-off time of 12.30pm.

The Robins’ home games will be played at Twerton Park, the base for Vanarama National League Bath City, with a number of games in BS3 to continue the club’s commitment to showcase Barclays FAWSL football in world-class facilities.

Information on Season Cards will be released next week as arrangements continue for the return of crowds to watch the top flight of English Women’s football which showcases world class players and some of Europe’s top teams.

The Continental Cup fixtures, which sees Tanya Oxtoby’s side face three teams from the FA Women’s Championship – Lewes FC, Crystal Palace and London Bees – in Pool F will also be announced next week.

See full fixture list below:

  • Sunday, September 6th (2pm) – Everton (H)
  • Sunday, September 13th (12.30pm) – Chelsea (A)
  • Sunday, October 4th (2pm) – Arsenal (A)
  • Sunday, October 11th (2pm)– Aston Villa (H)
  • Sunday, October 18th (2pm) – Birmingham City (H)
  • Saturday, November 7th (3pm) - Manchester City (A)
  • Sunday, November 15th (2pm) – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
  • Sunday, December 6th (2pm) – Reading (A)
  • Sunday, December 13th (2pm) – West Ham United (H)
  • Sunday, December 20th (12pm) – Manchester United (A)
  • Sunday, January 10th (2pm) – Brighton & Hove Albion (H)
  • Sunday, January 17th (1pm) – Everton (A)
  • Sunday, January 24th (2pm) – Chelsea (H)
  • Sunday, February 7th (3pm) – West Ham United (A)
  • Wednesday, February 10th (7.45pm) – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
  • Sunday, March 7th (2pm) – Reading (H)
  • Wednesday, March 17th (7.30pm) - Manchester City (H)
  • Sunday, March 8th (2pm) – Birmingham City (A)
  • Sunday, April 4th (2pm) – Arsenal (H)
  • Saturday, April 24th (12.30pm) – Aston Villa (A)
  • Sunday, May 2nd (2pm) – Manchester United (H)
  • Sunday, May 9th (2pm) – Brighton & Hove Albion (A)

All fixtures dates and times are subject to change following broadcast selections.

Following government guidance, the start of the 2020/21 Barclays FAWSL will be held behind closed doors with all games available to watch via the FA Player App.

Further information on when fans will be able to attend Barclays FAWSL game, season cards and matchday ticket pricing will be released in due course in line with government announcements.

Supports can sync all of Bristol City Women's fixtures for the 2020/21 season straight to their calendar via the button below. 

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