Match Preview | Cardiff City FC Women vs. Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies
This Sunday (09/05), Cardiff City FC Women face Briton Ferry Llansawel in WPWL action live from Cardiff City Stadium!
The Bluebirds vs. Briton Ferry will kick-off at 2pm - and will be shown live & free on Cardiff City TV!
City come into this match on a four game winning run in the league, having defeated Aberystwyth, Cascade, Port Talbot Town and most recently Cyncoed in WPWL encounters.
Briton Ferry themselves arrive having recently picked up two straight league victories. Our opponents sit seventh in the WPWL table, with 11 points from 14 matches.
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Speaking ahead of the great occasion, Cardiff City FC Women's head coach Iain Darbyshire said: “After two good wins this week, we can properly focus on Sunday now and we’re excited for it. It’s incredible. I can’t thank the Club enough for their support. Women’s football is growing and the girls are over the moon. They grew up watching players on that pitch and dreamt of doing the same. Thankfully now we have that opportunity to do it.
"It’s a big occasion for Briton Ferry as well. The girls are buzzing and we want to put in a good performance."
Central defender and City stalwart Hannah Daley added: “It’s a really great occasion for us. To play at Cardiff City Stadium in a league situation is really big and we’re all looking forward to it. There is a buzz in the changing room right now.
“It’s nice to have these positives towards the end of the season to get excited about after a tough year for everyone.
“It’s been a really good season though. We’ve been pushing to finish as high as we can. We’ve had some tough moments but we’ve bounced back brilliantly and always worked together as a team. It’s nice that we’re being rewarded with something big, like Sunday’s match."