Match Preview

Sunday 13 March 2022
Kickoff at 12:30 GMT
The Hive Stadium,Camrose Ave, London HA8 6AG
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Everything you need to know ahead of Sunday's FA Women's Super League clash...

When and Where

City face Tottenham Hotspur at the Hive on Sunday 13 March, with kick-off scheduled for 12:30 (UK).

The match is available to watch live on BBC Two, the BBC Sport website and BBC iPlayer in the UK.


You can also keep across the key moments via our Matchday Centre and over on Twitter:@ManCityWomen, while a detailed match report plus reaction from Gareth Taylor and players will also be available to digest soon after the final whistle on and the official Man City app.

A highlights package and CITY+ full-match replay can also be accessed from 12:00 the following day.

Ticket Information

Tickets for Spurs matches are on sale via The Hive’s ticketing platform.

Tickets are unreserved and can be purchased in Legends Stand. If you wish to purchase multiple tickets, select the relevant concession type and it will be added to your basket. For wheelchair, disabled tickets please call 020 8381 3800 to purchase your ticket.


• Adult - £6.50
• Young adult - £4.50
• Under-17 - £3.50
• Senior - £3.50


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Team news

Gareth Taylor will address the media on Friday afternoon with a press conference, where he will share the latest team news.

Previous meeting

The two sides only met last month, as City earned progression to the Continental Cup Final after triumphinh 3-0.

Goals from Jess Park, Khadija 'Bunny' Shaw and Lauren Hemp helped see Gareth Taylor's side past Spurs in dominant fashion at the Academy Stadium.

It was also a night to celebrate for Julie Blakstad, with the Norwegian attacking midfielder making her debut from the bench 72 minutes in.

City will go on to face Chelsea at Plough Lane on Saturday 5 March in the Conti Cup showpiece, as we hope to claim the trophy for a fourth time.

Last time out

City were crowned Continental Cup Champions once again, as Gareth Taylor’s side beat Chelsea 3-1 at Wimbledon’s Plough Lane to clinch the trophy for a fourth time.

In front of a sell-out crowd, City came from behind to triumph, after Sam Kerr had opened the scoring, thanks to a sensational second half display in which Caroline Weir bagged a brace and Ellen White netted her 30th City goal.

There was further cause for celebration as Lucy Bronze racked up a century of City appearances – and she could not have picked a better night to reach the milestone: another incredible achievement for the Club.

Form Guide

City come into Sunday's clash in great form, having won eleven of our last 13 matches in all competitions, including our last three on the bounce. We currently sit fifth in the FA WSL.

Spurs have enjoyed an exceptional season with 28 points from their 15 league games and find themselves in fourth spot - level on points with third-placed Manchester United and five above Champions League-chasing City.

Since losing to Taylor's side in the Cup, the Londoners are unbeaten in their last three but drew 0-0 against Reading last time out.

This will be the third meeting of the two teams this season with City victorious in our cup clash but Spurs edging the league encounter with a controversial late winner.

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  • City have won our two away WSL matches against Tottenham, winning by a three-goal margin each time – 4-1 in January 2020 and 3-0 in April 2021.
  • Gareth Taylor's side have won five of our last seven WSL matches (D1 L1).
  • We have only lost one of our last 32 WSL matches when scoring the first goal (W27 D4), although that defeat did come in this season’s reverse fixture against Spurs, losing 2-1.
  • Tottenham Hotspur have lost just three of their last 16 WSL matches (W9 D4) – they had lost eight of the 10 games prior to this run.
  • Only Arsenal and Chelsea have kept more WSL clean sheets than Spurs (7) this season. They have recorded a shutout in each of their last three WSL games.
  • Tottenham Hotspur have won just one of their 10 WSL matches against the two Manchester clubs (D1 L8) and have never beaten either of them at home in the competition in five attempts (D1 L4).
  • Lauren Hemp has been directly involved in three goals (2 goals, 1 assist) in her three WSL games against Tottenham – an average of 63 minutes per goal involvement. Only against Aston Villa has she been involved in goals in the WSL more often – one every 48 minutes (3 goals, 2 assists in 3 games).
  • Ellen White has been directly involved in three goals (1 goal, 2 assists) in just 139 minutes against Tottenham in WSL away games, her best minute per goal involvement (one in 46 mins) against a specific team away from home in the competition.
  • Rachel Williams has scored four WSL goals against City (two for Notts County, one each for Birmingham and Spurs) – no player has ever scored more times against City in the competition (also Ji So-Yun with four).

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Hemp: Conti Cup win is just the start

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White: Let's kick on from here

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