Match Preview | Cardiff City Women vs. Aberystwyth Town
Cardiff City Women play their first home match of the 2023/24 Adran Premier season, as they welcome Aberystwyth Town to Cardiff International Sports Campus.
The fixture will take place on Sunday, September 24th, with a kick-off time of 2pm.
Season Tickets are available for £40* for adults and £2 for U16s, granting supporters access to all ten of the Club’s home league fixtures.
Tickets for individual fixtures are also available to purchase online.
Tickets for Sunday’s match will be available for card-only purchase on arrival, with prices as follows:
- Adults - £5
- U16 – £1
If you can’t make it on Sunday, coverage of the game will be available on Twitter - @CardiffCityFCW
*A £2 booking fee will apply.
OPPOSITION FOCUS | A LOOK AT LAST SEASON
Aberystwyth Town finished sixth in the Adran Premier last season, having finished in the Plate Conference at the end of Phase One.
The Seasiders had a mixed Phase Two campaign, having won both fixtures against Barry Town United and Abergavenny, but lost their matches against Plate winners Pontypridd United.
Reaching the semi-finals of the FAW Women’s Cup, Aberystwyth Town fell to a 3-0 defeat to Briton Ferry Llansawel.
The side also reached the penultimate stage of the Adran Trophy, losing out to Cardiff Metropolitan University.
OPPOSITION FOCUS | LAST TIME OUT
The Seasiders began their league campaign with an impressive win last weekend.
Welcoming Barry Town United to Park Avenue, the hosts raced to a 3-0 lead at the break.
Lily Moralee-Hughes netted a brace, while Lleucu Mathias also got on the scoresheet.
The victory marks an opening day win for Aberystwyth Town for the third consecutive season.
CITY FLASHBACK | BLUEBIRDS COME FROM BEHIND AT PARK AVENUE
Last season, City travelled to Park Avenue for the penultimate game of Phase One.
Despite falling behind to Gwenllian Jones’ first-half goal, the Bluebirds showed great character.
Rhianne Oakley popped up with another crucial moment to equalise, before Ffion Price put City into the lead with a brilliant strike into the bottom corner.
With striker Phoebie Poole adding a third, captain Siobhan Walsh headed home from Price and Seren Watkins corners to secure another vital win on City’s route to the title.