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Man City Women need YOUR support this weekend.

The Blues have the chance to win the FA Women’s Super League title for the first time, when reigning champions Chelsea visit the Academy Stadium on Sunday (2pm).

Nick Cushing’s side – unbeaten in 14 games, winning 12 and having conceded just three times – need a single point to lift the trophy, and they need YOU now more than ever.

City’s vocal and dedicated fanbase has become one of the talking points of the season, and Sunday could see their loyalty repaid.

Members of the team and manager Cushing have spoken publicly of their gratitude to the Blue faithful numerous times throughout the campaign – now it’s time for the final push.

“Home advantage has always been massive for us because of the stadium we play at and because of the fans that come and watch us,” said Cushing. “We’ve got unbelievable facilities and an exceptional set of fans that push us over the line when needed.”

Captain Steph Houghton echoed: “Our fans have been fantastic and I hope their support continues to grow.

“Whenever we play at home, it’s a great atmosphere and on away days, those that travel spur us on. It’s great to see them in the crowd and they’re often responsible for creating atmosphere at other grounds! I have nothing but good things to say about them and we’re very grateful for their support.”

Tickets for this crucial clash are on sale now at tickets.mancity.com. To avoid queues on the day, supporters are invited to use the Print@Home option, while tickets will also be available to buy from the trailer outside the Stadium on the day of the game.

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