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Vixens To Face Manchester City In Last Eight Of The Cup

Bristol City Women have been drawn at home to WSL1 Champions Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the SSE Women’s FA Cup.

The tie will take place at 2pm on Sunday, March 26th at the Stoke Gifford Stadium in Bristol.

Manchester City defeated Reading 1-0 yesterday to make it through to the last eight, with their new signing, World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd making her debut.

The Vixens meanwhile romped to a 5-0 victory over Millwall Lionesses to make it to the quarter-final stage for the first time since finishing as runners-up in 2013.

Tickets will be available to purchase on the day (cash only), no tickets will be made available in advance. Gates will open at 1pm.

Prices:

  • Adult - £8
  • Senior 65+ - £5
  • Under-22 – £5
  • Under-19 – £4
  • Under-12 – £2

Forever Bristol Members:

  • Member Adult - £5
  • Senior 65+ Member - £3
  • Under-22 Member - £3
  • Under-19 Member - £2
  • Under-12 Member – £1

Supporters are encouraged to take public transport where possible as parking won’t be guaranteed.

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