Bristol City Women Season Cards On Sale
Posted: Monday, February 29th 2016
Tuesday, February 14th 2017
Aimee Palmer, Emily Syme and Lauren Hemp have been selected for U17 England training camp and matches.
The three young Vixens will be meeting up with the rest of the England team on Saturday, February 18th before playing their first match the following day against USA at St George's Park (KO 2pm).
Thursday, February 23rd will see the side face Norway at Keys Park (KO 2pm) before taking on USA again on the following Saturday at New Bucks Head (KO 2pm).
Palmer, Syme and Hemp will all be released back to City Women on Monday, February 27th.
Now in WSL1, Bristol City Women will open their campaign against Reading at Ashton Gate on Saturday, April 22nd (KO 6pm) before taking on Arsenal, Chelsea and current league Champions Man City at the Stoke Gifford Stadium.
The Vixens will also come up against former teammates when they face Liverpool at home, with Sophie Ingle, Tash Harding and Caroline Weir now playing for the opposition.
Spring Series Season Cards went on sale on Monday, February 10th and more have been sold this week than throughout the whole of last season with more than 65% of Spring Series Season Card holders being new fans to the club.
Adult - £20*
Senior 65+ - £13*
Under-22 - £13*
Under-19 - £8*
Under-12 - £4*
2 Adults, 2 Under-12s - £45*
*Only e-tickets will be used for the games except for Reading which will be held at Ashton Gate. Only the West Stand will be used for this fixture and all seats will be unreserved.
Games included in the Spring Series Season Card will be:
BCWFC v Reading Saturday, April 22nd at 6pm (Ashton Gate)
BCWFC v Man City, Saturday, April 29th at 7pm (Wise Campus)
BCWFC v Liverpool Ladies, Saturday, May 20th at 6pm (Wise Campus)
BCWFC v Chelsea Ladies, Wednesday, May 31st at 6pm (Wise Campus)
BCWFC v Arsenal Ladies, Saturday, June 3rd at 2pm (Wise Campus)
Follow@BristolCityWFCon twitter to keep up-to-date on all the Bristol City Women action and news.
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