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City Women 2020/21 Season Cards on sale

2020/21 Season Cards to watch City Women for as little as £55 (adult) at their new Twerton Park home and at Ashton Gate are now on sale. 

As arrangements for the return of crowds continue, supporters can take advantage of this great offer to watch the Barclays FA Women’s Super League - the top flight of English Women’s football showcasing world class players and some of Europe’s top teams including Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal. 

Support Bristol City Women in one of the top leagues in the world, get your season card now to catch all the action and see some of the biggest names in women’s football.

Prices start at £12 for Under-12s while there are also concessions for the Under-19s (£25), Under-22s (£40) and over 65s (£40).

BUY YOUR CITY WOMEN 2020/21 SEASON CARD NOW

Check out the benefits of 2020/21 Season Cards:

  • All home Barclays FA Women’s Super League games at Twerton Park and Ashton Gate (for when crowds return)
  • Group stage games for the FA Women’s Continental League Cup (for when crowds return)
  • £5 Rewards start-up balance to spend on merchandise
  • Member prices for Bristol City, Bristol Bears and Bristol Flyers

REDEEMING YOUR TICKET CREDIT

In addition, 2019/20 Season Card holders who opted for Ticket Credit as compensation for missed games in 2019/20 will have six vouchers available to them which can be redeemed against a 2020/21 Season Card.

There is one voucher for each of the five home matches missed in 2019/20. The sixth voucher is the uplift applied to this amount (the 10% boost to your credit). To redeem your Ticket Credit you will need to redeem your vouchers at the payment stage. When logged on, you can view your vouchers, by selecting “Gift Vouchers” from the dropdown menu.


TWERTON PARK

Twerton Park, the base for Vanarama National League Bath City, is the new matchday venue for Tanya Oxtoby’s side, while the Robins will also play a number of games in BS3 to continue the club’s commitment to showcase Barclays FAWSL football in world-class facilities.

The switch in home venue enables attendances to increase further and, subject to the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, present even more supporters with the exciting opportunity to watch the Robins.

The move to Twerton Park will provide supporters with upgraded facilities creating a better matchday experience with more food and drink options, better transport links, as well as greater seating access

FIXTURES

  • 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. 

SYNC CITY WOMEN FIXTURES


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