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WOMEN'S PRE-MATCH BRIEF: ALBION V BRISTOL CITY

7 September 2018

Linton Rogers
The pre-match brief for Albion v Bristol City.
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Bristol City to the Broadfield Stadium in the FA Women's Super League on Sunday 9th September, kick-off 2pm.
 
This will be Albion’s first match of the FAWSL season, and their first at Crawley since beating Doncaster Rovers Belles back in April.
 
The Seagulls have already played twice in the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup this season, losing 3-1 to reigning FA WSL champions Chelsea and being edged out 10-9 on penalties by Tottenham Hotspur.
 
TRAVEL INFORMATION
 
Those looking to travel via car should note that there is a car park at the stadium, which is free, although spaces are very limited and only available on a first-come-first-served basis.
  
There are other free parking options available that are just a few minutes’ walk from the stadium on Brighton Road. These are signposted as you approach the stadium.
  
To view other travel options to the match, please see the club’s travel guide at BrightonAndHoveAlbion.com/women.

 

OPENING TIMES
 
The turnstiles will open at 12.30pm on Sunday, with matchday programmes sold inside the ground for just £2 each.
 
Before entering the stadium you can give it your best shot at finding the target on our inflatable goal net before heading through the turnstile, where we will have a photo booth, face painting, and other fun activities for you to enjoy.
 
Fans can also access the Redz Bar behind the South Stand, which will be open from 12pm.

 

TICKETS
 
Tickets are available on the gate for this fixture, with adult entry priced at £10, under-21s/over-65 tickets at £8, under-18s at £7 and under-10s at £4. 

 

MATCHDAY MAGAZINE
 
Kirsty Barton is the cover star for the first women’s matchday magazine of the season, and she speaks about the team’s preparations in the build-up to Sunday’s game, as well as the reality of becoming a professional footballer.
 
Chloe Peplow reflects on helping England to a third-place finish at the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, while former club captain Vicky Ashton-Jones talks about the prospect of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for Albion in the Community.
 
Also included is a pull-out poster, featuring a member of the Albion women’s first-team squad!
 
Purchase your copy on the turnstiles at the Broadfield Stadium, priced at £2.

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