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London City Lionesses .vs. Liverpool: Ticket, Kick-Off & Broadcast Details Confirmed

London City Lionesses is excited to confirm kick-off, ticket, and broadcast details for our Adobe Women’s FA Cup Fifth Round clash with Liverpool.



The Barclays Women’s Super League outfit will visit Princes Park at 2pm on Sunday 11 February, with all tickets now on sale via londoncitylionesses.com/tickets.


With unprecedented interest in the fixture, we strongly advise supporters to purchase tickets before matchday.


The fixture has also been selected for live broadcast, with worldwide coverage available on the FA Player.



HOW DID LONDON CITY LIONESSES QUALIFY FOR ROUND FIVE?


The Pride advanced to the Fifth Round with victories over Billericay Town and Moneyfields in the previous rounds.


Carolina Morace’s squad were dominant performers in rounds three and four, scoring a total of ten goals to overcome lower league opposition.


Liverpool, who entered the competition one round after London City, beat Bristol City 1-0 in Round Four, with Gemma Bonner the lone scorer at Ashton Gate.


WHAT IS LONDON CITY LIONESSES’ HISTORY IN THE WOMEN’S FA CUP?


The Club will make its Fifth Round debut in February, with each of our previous Women’s FA Cup campaigns ending in the Fourth Round.


THIS WILL BE MY FIRST VISIT TO PRINCES PARK – WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?


Princes Park features unreserved seating and standing areas, with home and away fans unsegregated at our matches.


Parking is available at the stadium on a first-come, first-served basis.


Refreshments are available from Champions Bar and the Dart Burger Van.


Dartford is our nearest train station, with frequent services to and from Central London.


I SUPPORT LIVERPOOL; WHERE SHOULD I BUY MY TICKETS FROM?


Tickets are exclusively available from londoncitylionesses.com/tickets.


I HAVE AN EARLY BIRD SEASON TICKET; DO I NEED TO BUY A TICKET FOR THIS GAME?


No.


Early Bird Season Ticket holders are entitled to free entry for our home fixtures in all competitions, including this historic tie with Liverpool.

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