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MCWFC v Bristol Academy: Be part of it

On 20 April, Manchester City Women will make history by competing in their first ever FA Women's Super League home fixture and we want you to be part of it.

To celebrate this historic day, we've organised a host of pre-match entertainment, including special guests, music and tonnes of fun activities.

We'll have a live performance from fans' favourite Guitarthur and matchday presenter Natalie Pike will be on hand to interview Alex Williams MBE and members of the original Manchester City Ladies team.

There'll be a pop-up retail booth there too so you can get kitted out in club colours and Moonbeam will be in attendance as well, along with the City playmakers.

We're also asking fans to show their support by bringing their City flags to the game. We want to make the Manchester Regional Arena a fortress and we need your help to do so!

Let's show the world that we are 'one City'. Bring your flags and decorate the stands. You can even make a brand new one to mark to occasion.


Plus at half-time, Natalie Pike will judge the best flag and the winner will receive a FREE MCWFC seasonticket. So, dig out your flags or get creative but ultimately, be part of Manchester City Women's first adventure in the top flight of women's football.

Tickets are priced at £6 for adults and £4 for under-16s. There will also be an option to buy a family ticket (two adults and two under-16s) for £16 or a parent and child ticket (one adult and one under-16) for £8. Tickets for disabled supporters, 18 to 21 year-olds and over 65s are £5.

These prices are reflective of each league and cup game for the entire season, although - for this game only - MCFC seasonticket holders are entitled to FREE entry if they book in advance.

The Bristol clash is also the first game to be included in the MCWFC seasonticket package, which is now available for purchase at the cost of £48 for adults and £30 for under-16s, saving up to £12 for a total of ten games (including seven FA WSL fixtures and three Continental Cup fixtures).

All tickets can be purchased online or at the Etihad Stadium box office. Home games are played next to the Etihad Stadium at the Manchester Regional Arena, Rowsley Street, M11 3FF.

We look forward to seeing you at the Manchester Regional Arena, supporting the Blues on this momentous occasion.


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