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Fan Guide: London City Lionesses .vs. Watford (03/09/23)

Carolina Morace’s squad welcome supporters back to Princes Park for the first time of the 2023-24 Barclays Women’s Championship season on Sunday, 3 September.

Georgia Brougham, London City Lionesses (Image: Simon Lapwood)
Georgia Brougham, London City Lionesses (Image: Simon Lapwood)

London City Lionesses will play hosts to local rivals Watford, who return to the second tier after one season away in the National League.

Here are all of the key details you need ahead of our one o’clock kick-off.


While supporters are advised to purchase their tickets in advance from our website, they remain on sale at the turnstiles until kick-off.

The Club only accepts card and contactless payment for matchday tickets.


Princes Park opens to spectators at midday, one hour before kick-off.


Supporters can purchase a range of refreshments from Champions Bar and Dart Burger Van, both of which are situated outside the stadium near reception.


Princes Park (DA1 1RT) is accessible by numerous forms of transport, with free parking provided on the grounds of the stadium.

Dartford Station is serviced by Thameslink and Southeastern trains, with no industrial action or engineering works planned for matchday.

For the latest travel information, please check the National Rail website.

Princes Park is also well-connected by bus, with routes to Ebbsfleet International, Dartford, and Bluewater.


Princes Park is a wheelchair-accessible stadium, with nine viewing spaces situated around the bowl and disabled toilets behind each goal.

If assistance is required on matchday, please contact a steward and they will be happy to help.


For supporters who are unable to make it to the match, our fixture the FA Player has selected our fixture for live broadcast.

The FA Player is a free-to-air streaming service, which is available to fans in every country and territory around the world.



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