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MCWFC v Sunderland: Join in the family fun

A FAMILY DAY OUT: At home games, MCWFC players meet the fans at Autograph Alley!

A FAMILY DAY OUT: At home games, MCWFC players meet the fans at Autograph Alley!

Make memories together at the Academy Stadium as Manchester City Women return to action in the Super League.

The Blues host Sunderland on Sunday 31 July at 2pm looking to remain top of the table. Nick Cushing's side are unbeaten and have conceded just once in eight matches.

After a stunning 8-0 triumph in the Continental Cup against Aston Villa, City will be looking to embark on another winning run after being held to consecutive draws against Liverpool.

If you're missing your football fix over the summer break, enjoy a day of family fun at the Academy Stadium.

It's a brilliant day out for the family and great value for money - a family of four can attend for just £20*!

There are a host of activities throughout the day such as face painting, a free programme on arrival which includes a junior fun page (subject to availability) and you’ll also have the chance to meet the players after the match in Autograph Alley!

Tickets are priced at just £6 for Adults and £4 for Under 16s. You can purchase yours today at www.mancity.com/tickets

We hope to see you there. 

*Family price referenced is based on purchasing 2 Adults and 2 under 16s match tickets only.


MCWFC half Seasoncards are now available to buy.

Fans can secure their seat for all remaining FA WSL (including City v Sunderland), Continental Cup and UEFA Women’s Champions League home games, as Nick Cushing’s side look to continue their fine form in the second half of the 2016 season.

Visit here for more.


Cushing looking to push on


Campbell: I'm raring to go

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Megan Campbell is hoping her Manchester City Women’s career can begin in earnest after making her first start in the 8-0 victory over Aston Villa Ladies.

The defender completed 90 minutes as Nick Cushing’s side eased to an impressive win in Round One of the Continental Cup and was delighted to make her full debut after a frustrating start to life at City.


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