Date: 27th March 2017 at 9:38am
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Over the last 25 or so years Women’s professional football has come on leaps and bounds, none more so than Manchester City Women’s Football Club.

The last couple of years has seen the club reach new and dizzy heights, especially during last season’s campaign when the girls won the WSL Continental Cup. And then low and behold and for the first time ever they were crowned winners of the Women’s Super League. To sum up their achievements in one word I would have to say, ‘AMAZING’.

Since the team returned from the close season the ladies have progressed to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, following yesterday’s 2-1 victory, away at Bristol City. However, their best achievement (in my opinion) so far in 2017 was last weeks 1-0 away win against Danish champions Fortuna Hjørring in the quarter-final first leg tie in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. It’s the ladies débutante season and so to bring a slender lead into the second leg, which is due to take place at the Academy Stadium on Thursday 30 March is pretty incredible.

Value for money?

Price of the cheapest season tickets in the Women’s Super League 1

The statistic below displays the price of the cheapest season tickets in the Women’s Super League 1 for the 2016/17.

Statistic: Price of the cheapest season tickets in the Women

Price of the cheapest match-day tickets prices in the Women’s Super League 1

This statistic displays the price of the cheapest match-day tickets in the Women’s Super League 1 for the 2016/17.

Statistic: Price of the cheapest match-day tickets prices in the Women

Adult shirt prices of Women’s Super League 1

The following statistic displays adult shirt prices for the 2016/17 Women’s Super League 1.Statistic: Adult shirt prices of Women

And finally…

Fancy a cuppa?

This stat shows the prices of a cup of tea at stadiums from football clubs in the Women’s Super League 1 – 2016/2017.

Statistic: Prices of a tea at stadiums from football clubs in the Women

Do you think watching top-level Women’s football is value for money? I’d say so!

Come on CITY!

 
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