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FOCUS ON: KATE NATKIEL

26 April 2019

Geoff Penn
Kate Natkiel

In the next of our features ahead of the FA Women's Super League match against Arsenal at the Amex this Sunday, midfielder Kate Natkiel speaks about her favourite film, her most memorable match and her favourite holiday resort.

Name: Kate Natkiel

Birthplace: Leytonstone

Birthdate: 24/09/1992

Height: 5’ 6

Previous clubs: Watford, Arsenal

Nickname: It used to be Natters but I don’t get called that anymore

Favourite player past: Dimitar Berbatov

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Favourite player present: Son Heung-min

Job you’d do if not a footballer: PE teacher or football coach

Team supported as a kid: Tottenham Hotspur

Favourite other sport: Crossfit

Other sportsperson you most admire: Jessica Ennis-Hill

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Most memorable match played in: Play-off final to be promoted into WSL 2

Biggest disappointment: Finishing second last season

Best stadium played in: Wembley

Favourite food: Chicken curry

Last download/CD bought: Drake

All-time favourite music artist: Drake again.

Best dressed team-mate: Ini

Worst dressed: Also Ini

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Must-watch current TV programme: The Bay

Best film ever seen: Split

Superstitions: Eating pasta the night before a game

Favourite holiday resort: New York

Career plan when you finish playing: Teaching PE or a sports coach

Finally describe yourself in three words: Happy, energetic and funny.

General sale tickets for Sunday’s Women’s Super League match against Arsenal are available at £3 for adults and £1 for under-18s and over 65s. Supporters are also advised that prices on the day of the match will increase to £5 for adults and £2 for under-18s and over-65s.

Tickets are available to purchase now at BrightonAndHoveAlbion.com/tickets via the club's ticket site using the print-at-home facility or from the Albion Booking Line on 0844 327 1901 (calls to this number are charged at seven pence per minute plus your network access charge).

There is a £1.50 per ticket booking fee for telephone and in-person sales, while an additional charge of £1 per ticket applies to online purchases where tickets are collected. Online tickets bought through print-at-home are exempt from booking fees.


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