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Join Tomlin at City Women Match

New City signing Lee Tomlin will be attendance to watch Bristol City Women take on Millwall Lionesses tomorrow evening (Saturday, 6pm).

The 27-year-old sealed a return to Ashton Gate from Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee in midweek, and faces Hengrove Athletic in the club’s annual Community Match on Sunday.

A day earlier Tomlin will be at Stoke Gifford Stadium to support the Vixens as they return to their league campaign.

Willie Kirk’s side suffered an exit in the Continental Cup at the hands of Sheffield FC last Saturday, but are unbeaten in their last two WSL2 games.

They earned a 4-1 home win over Oxford Untied thanks to braces from Chelsea loanee Millie Farrow and Scotland international Claire Emslie, before settling for a point against Aston Villa in a four-goal thriller.

Seventh-placed Millwall are currently on a seven-match winless run and a victory for City could see them overtake Yeovil Town at the top.

Supporters can purchase tickets for the match by clicking here or can join Tomlin in the crowd by paying on the turnstiles. Tickets are priced at £8 for adults, £4 for Under-19 and £2 for Under-12.

Entry is free for City season card holders. 

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