Stoke City Women host Hull City Women at the bet365 Stadium today at 2pm KO.
This will the first time since 2016 that the bet365 Stadium has hosted the women’s side, the players are really looking forward to putting on a show for the fans
“Women’s football is really growing at the moment and I think we’re putting on a really good show for fans so I’m sure if we get a good number of people to the bet365 Stadium it will make it a really enjoyable day.”
Entry is free to all Stoke city season card holders or £4 adults/£1 concessions & children.
Stoke women sit 5th in the league with 9 points so far this season, Hull on the other hand are holding the rest of the table up with. Total of zero points from their 4 fixtures so far.
If you can make it to the game I’m sure the woman would appreciate the support.
Stoke City Ladies are in Staffordshire Ladies Challenge Cup action this evening.
They will take on Sporting Khalsa Development in the final, aiming to win the competition for the ninth consecutive year.
Stoke City Ladies have the opportunity to move into third position in the Northern Division Premier League this afternoon.
The Potterettes travel to Derby County knowing that victory would lift them above Leicester and Bradford.
Stoke City Ladies star Ashleigh Hayes has been receiving plenty of praise in recent months.
Her lightning pace has terrorised defences and she’s bagged a remarkable 16 goals in her last 10 appearances but whilst she’s been getting plenty of assistance on the pitch, it’s off it where she needs a little bit of help at the moment.
Stoke City Ladies will be showcasing their finest talent this afternoon.
The first team take on the reserves in a Staffordshire Ladies Challenge Cup semi-final at Community Drive.