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Continental Cup groups announced

UP  FOR THE CUP: The smiles say it all as City lift the Continental Cup

UP FOR THE CUP: The smiles say it all as City lift the Continental Cup

Cup holders Manchester City have been drawn in Group C for the 2019/20 Continental Cup campaign.

Nick Cushing’s side, who lifted last season’s trophy after a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Arsenal, have been drawn alongside Birmingham City, Everton, Leicester City and Manchester United.

City have won the trophy twice with both finals coming against Arsenal. 

An Izzy Christiansen goal was enough to split the sides in 2014 as City won 1-0. Five years later, we needed penalties to defeat the Gunners at Bramall Lane after the game had finished goalless.

Summer signing Ellen White is no stranger to lifting the trophy, having done so in three consecutive years with former club Arsenal starting in 2011. White scored in two of those three finals and City will be hoping she proves a positive omen this coming season. 



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The make-up of the other groups are as follows:

Group A: Aston Villa; Blackburn Rovers; Coventry United; Durham; Liverpool; Sheffield United

Group B: Arsenal; Brighton & Hove Albion; Bristol City; Charlton Athletic; London Bees; London City Lionesses

Group D: Chelsea; Crystal Palace; Lewes; Reading; Tottenham Hotspur; West Ham United

Group games will be played in the following fixture windows:

21/22 September

19/20 October

2/3 November

20/21 November

11/12 December

*fixtures to be released in due course

The top two clubs from each group will progress to the knock out stages. 

The Continental Cup final is on Saturday 29 February, 2020.

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Steph Houghton mural unveiled in Raleigh for WICC

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC: A mural featuring Steph Houghton has been unveiled in Raleigh, North Carolina for the Women's International Champions Cup

City and England captain Steph Houghton MBE is one of Britain's most iconic sportswomen and the defender has been celebrated, ahead of the 2019 Women's International Champions Cup.

The centre-back features in a mural, unvelied in Raleigh, North Carolina, promoting the summer tournament.