All available tickets have been snapped up for Manchester City’s rescheduled Barclays Women’s Super League tie with Arsenal.

The initial encounter was set to begin our domestic campaign, taking place on Sunday 11 September.

However, following the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, matches across the United Kingdom that weekend were postponed.


It meant that City’s first home match of the season was a 4-0 triumph over Leicester City on Sunday 16 October, with that victory beginning a ten-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

That purple patch has also stretched across seven WSL fixture but, against an Arsenal side who have tasted defeat just once in 2022/23, our clash with the Gunners promises to be a captivating encounter.

And it will be witnessed by a crowd befitting the occasion, with our most recent sell-out before Arsenal’s visit coming in our 1-0 victory over Manchester United in February 2022.

Tickets are also selling fast for our first home match of 2023 against Aston Villa.

Gareth Taylor‘s side welcome the Villans to the Academy Stadium on Saturday 21 January, with kick-off scheduled for 11:30 (UK).


For more information on home tickets, including our upcoming clashes with Tottenham and Chelsea, click here.

West Ham v City: How to follow

City return to WSL action on Sunday 15 January, travelling down to the Chigwell Construction Stadium to lock horns with West Ham.

Kick-off is set for 18:45 (UK), with the Man City app the best place to keep across all the action as it unfolds.

Our Matchday Centre, beginning at 17:00, provides blow by blow text updates, stats and analysis before, during and after the match.

From kick-off, Mike Minay and former City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley will guide you through the action with live commentary, while a detailed match report and reaction from the manager and players alike can be accessed soon after full-time.

Highlights from the encounter and a full-match replay - available on CITY+ and Recast - will be made available from midday on Monday 16 January.