Women’s Football Weekend returns

Albion face Leicester City in the WSL on Sunday.

By BHAFC • 22 March 2024

By Paul Hazlewood
Maisie Symonds, Elisabeth Terland and Geummin Lee are all smiles as they prepare for Sunday's game at Leicester CIty

Mikey Harris's side will travel to the King Power Stadium this Sunday for our Women’s Super League match against Leicester City, kick-off 3pm.

The two teams will go head-to-head with just two points separating them in the table.

Women’s Football Weekend celebrates the fantastic players, matches and communities across the women's football pyramid in England.

The Barclay’s Women’s Super League is now the most followed women’s domestic league in the world, and Albion have set our own attendance records this season.

Interim Head Coach Mikey Harris said, “The women’s game is an incredibly exciting environment to be a part of. 


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Mikey Harris's Leicester City press conference

“The game is growing all the time, and you can see the interest there is from the fact that the cumulative WSL attendance record has already been broken this season with six games still to play.

“I feel that it’s important we keep celebrating the progress that's been made from the top tier down to grassroots level by players and coaches. So much has been achieved in the women’s game in the last few years and it is only going to become bigger and better.”

Albion fans have been allocated an away section in the King Power Stadium – block A1 – and are encouraged to get behind the team by joining us on Sunday.

Tickets for the Leicester fixture and forthcoming women’s matches this season are available here.