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MCWFC v Liverpool: Bring your scarves!

NEW BLUE: Tessel Middag holds a City scarf aloft

NEW BLUE: Tessel Middag holds a City scarf aloft

To celebrate Manchester City Women's return to action at the Academy Stadium on Sunday, we've organised plenty of pre and post-match fun.

In a bid to roar the Blues on to victory, we're asking fans to show their true colours by bringing scarves to the game and singing their hearts out.

Nick Cushing's side sit top of the FA Women's Super League table - and your support will help them keep their place.

With 2,000 tickets already purchased, the atmosphere will be electric - and there's still time to secure your seat. Tickets are on sale here and will also be available to buy on the day. Best to buy in advance to avoid the queues!

Before kick-off, we'll ask the fans to hold their scarves aloft so the players will walk out to a sea of blue and white.

Plus, we're giving away clap banners so the fans can make some serious noise and there'll be a huge #CMONCITY banner in the South Stand!

If that's not all... calling all Snapchat users! For the first time, MCWFC will have our very own Snapchat filter for fans to use at all home matchdays.

Take selfies, upload videos and share and send to your friends. Plus, our City Playmakers will be carrying MCWFC Face Swap posters around the Stadium. 

Get out your phones and take selfies using the Snapchat Face Swap lens. You can swap faces with Nikita Parris, Steph Houghton, Karen Bardsley or Toni Duggan.

Make sure you save your Face Swaps and tweet or post them using #MCWFCFACESWAP and we’ll retweet our favourites. The three best entries will receive a signed shirt!

Fans can also have their faces painted, and Every Colour Choir will be performing and speaking to a player post-match.

Before kick-off, there'll also be a chance to congratulate Scotland international Jennifer Beattie on her 100th cap, as the defensive midfielder will be presented with a special shirt.

As part of our Kick It Out Game of Action, at half-time we'll also be interviewing a Kick It Out representative on the work they do to tackle discrimination in football, while our 22 player escorts will take part in a mini-game. Could we see some stars of the future?

As always, fans are invited to grab signatures and selfies with the City players in Autograph Alley after the game.

Let's make it another day to remember at the Academy Stadium and show your support for the Blues in their quest for silverware.

#CMONCITY

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