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Women’s 2017/18 season: In numbers

NUMBERS GAME: Analysing City's 2017/18 campaign...

NUMBERS GAME: Analysing City's 2017/18 campaign...

With the season done and dusted, we analyse the numbers behind City’s 2017/18 women’s campaign…

The Blues claimed a top-two spot in the Super League for the third successive year, finishing a point above Arsenal to secure Champions League qualification.

Nick Cushing’s side also reached the Continental Tyres Cup final, plus the FA Cup and European semi-finals.

City completed the 18-match WSL 1 season as the league’s all-time top scorers with 51, beating Liverpool’s previous tally of 46 over 13 games.

Nikita Parris became the Blues’ all-time top goalscorer with an unsurpassed 18 goals in all competitions this campaign, lifting her City career total to 38 in 97 appearances. She finished the season second in the WSL 1’s scoring charts with 11.

DYNAMIC DUO:  Nikita Parris and Claire Emslie were both on the scorsheet against Yeovil



Match highlights: City 3-0 Everton Ladies

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The second half of the season heralded three City centurions, as captain Steph Houghton, Jill Scott and Izzy Christiansen all made their 100th appearances for the Club. Our skipper leads the way on the appearance list with 114.

Also in the 2017/18 season, Jen Beattie and Keira Walsh clocked up the most appearances in all competitions with 36, including all 18 league games alongside Parris. Walsh started each one of her league games.

Women’s 2018/19 Seasoncards: Renewal window now open

Existing MCWFC Seasoncard and Hospitality Seasoncard holders can renew now for 2018/19 with our Early Bird offer and pay the exact same price for their seat as the 2017/18 season. 

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City quintet nominated for England awards

LIONESSES: Nikita Parris and Keira Walsh are amongst five City stars to be nominated for the England Player of the Year...

Five City players have been nominated for the England Women’s Player of the Year Awards.

Nikita Parris and Demi Stokes are amongst five names shortlisted for the Player of the Year, while Keira Walsh, Esme Morgan and Ella Toone have been selected in the Young Player of the Year category.

Women's Match Report

Slick City secure spot in UWCL

DELIGHT:  City celebrate after Jill Scott's opening goal.

Manchester City booked a spot in next season's Uefa Women's Champions League after securing second place in the FA WSL on the final day of the season...

A dominant performance from City!

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Houghton: Let’s do it for the fans

CAPTAIN: Steph Houghton leads the team out...

Steph Houghton has urged City to stick together and give one final push for the fans, as the Women’s Super League reaches its conclusion.

The Blues head into Sunday’s season finale against Everton in the knowledge a victory would secure Champions League football for the 2018/19 campaign.