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City Women season cards now on sale

Supporters can now purchase their 2019/20 Bristol City Women season cards for less than £4 per game.

City Women 2019/20 Season Cards will include all eleven home league games and all home FA Continental Cup group games.

Barclays FA Women’s Super League action will return in style at Ashton Gate Stadium on Saturday, September 7th when Tanya Oxtoby’s side face Brighton and Hove Albion on the opening weekend, supporters can purchase their tickets here.

Throughout the 2019/20 campaign Bristol City Women will welcome; Arsenal, Birmingham City, Brighton and Hove Albion, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City, Reading, West Ham United, as well as newly promoted Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur to the South West. 

Supporters can secure their season cards here

SECURE YOUR SEASON CARD


Pricing: 

Adult season cards prices have seen a slight increase and can be purchased for just £50, which equates to season card holders paying less than £4 per game to watch top flight women’s football.

Under-12s are able to bag their 18/19 season cards from just £10 for the entire season.

Under-19 (aged 12-18) prices sit at £20 for the 2019/20 season.

Under-22 (aged 19-21) and over-65 season cards are priced at just £35.

Season card prices are exclusive to booking fees. 


Benefits: 

  • 11 Home League games in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League
  • Group stage games for the FA Women’s Continental League Cup
  • No supporter pays more than £4 per game
  • £5 Rewards cash start-up balance
  • Member prices for Bristol City, Bristol Bears and Bristol Flyers

Bristol Sport Account:

In order to purchase your season card online, you will need to ensure you have set up your Bristol Sport Club Account. To do this, please visit login.bristol-sport.co.uk where you can also find an updated step-by-step user guide to help you through setting up your account.

Designed to make life easier for you, the Bristol Sport Club Account allows you to use just one single login to purchase tickets (including your 2019/20 season card), merchandise, watch BCTV, access the Bristol City App and keep an eye on your City Rewards loyalty balance.


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