The season is about to kick off Liverpool Women FC and with it will come another push for promotion. The fact that Prenton Park on is open again to fans as the team tries to get the points they need to return to the FAWSL can only help.
“This is going to be the most competitive Championship we’ve ever seen and we’re going to need our fans to play a huge role this season,” LFC Women manager Matt Beard told the club’s official website. “I know what an impact they can have from my first spell at the club, so it would be brilliant to see as many faces as possible coming down to all our home games at Prenton Park.”
“That backing from the stands is going to be vital,” he added.
The LFC Women adult season ticket price is now £10 cheaper at £60 for every single home match in the season, including all Championship fixtures, all Continental Cup games and all Women’s FA Cup ties. For kids, the price is £35, and adult and child combined tickets are being offered at £75 while family season ticket for two adults and two kids is only £140.
It goes without saying that this is an incredibly small price to pay to support the Reds in person. For supports outside the UK, it may also be worth supporting the team by buying season tickets even if you’re unable to attend more than a few games this season.
Hopefully, next season will see us buying season tickets a newly promoted Liverpool Women FC.