Ladies To Play Home Games At Southport

Everton Ladies will play their home matches at Southport’s Merseyrail Community Stadium for the first half of the new season - and under-16s can watch the action for free.

The Blue Girls, who kick off their WSL 1 campaign with a trip to Birmingham City on Sunday, will play at the home of Southport FC - which is also used by Everton Under-23s - for the first time against Reading Ladies for the Continental Cup fixture on September 16, kick-off 2pm.

Anyone under the age of 16 gets free entry to all Everton Ladies home games, while Everton Season Ticket and Official Members for 2018-19 also gain free access as part of their wide range of benefits. Sign up now to become an Official Member.

Southport FC season ticket holders can watch Andy Spence's side for free, too, with tickets for concessions (students, over-65s and unemployed) priced at just £3. 

Nine of the Toffees’ home fixtures are currently confirmed to be hosted at Southport, listed below. 

Competition

Date

Opposition

K.O Time

Conti Cup Group Stage

Sun, September 16

Reading Women FC

2pm

FAWSL

Thur, September 20

Manchester City Women FC

7pm

FAWSL

Sun, September 23

Chelsea Women FC

2pm

FAWSL

Sun, October 14

Brighton & Hove Albion Women 

2pm

FAWSL

Sun, October 28

West Ham United Women FC

2pm

FAWSL

Sun, November 18

Arsenal Women FC

2pm

FAWSL

Sun, December 2

Liverpool Women FC

2pm

FAWSL

Sun, December 9

Bristol City Women FC

2pm

Conti Cup Group Stage

Thur, December 13

Manchester United Women FC

7pm 



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