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  1. ChiefFox

    LCFC Women

    LCWFC 3 - 2 Millwall Lionesses Leicester City Women picked up back-to-back wins yesterday with a 3-2 win over Millwall Lionesses. Ella Franklin-Fraiture hit the bar inside the opening 30 seconds before top scorer Melissa Johnson opened the scoring just a minute later. Johnson later saw a penalty saved before Millwall levelled the scores on the half hour mark. Libby Smith put City back in front five minutes later after Leicester were awarded a second penalty. In the second half, Ella Franklin-Fraiture put the foxes two goals ahead with a long range effort before Millwall pulled one back from the spot. The Foxes held on to secure the victory and a massive three points! Next up - Leicester head to Aston Villa's Villa Park to face Aston Villa Ladies on Sunday 27 January. Remaining home matches 3rd February - London Bees (FA Cup 4th Rd) Time TBC 10th February - Crystal Palace (2pm) 13th February - Manchester United (7:45pm) 31st March - Sheffield United (2pm) 28th April - Durham (2pm) we play at Farley Way Stadium, LE12 8RB. Home tickets - lcwfc.com/shop
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    LCFC Women

    Quick update for anyone who's interested! Leicester City Women' are currently 5th in the Championship, after a 4-0 win at home against Lewes last Sunday. This weekend they face Millwall Lionesses at home hoping to close the gap on the top four above them. Tickets are just £5 Adults and £2.50 for concessions, students and under 16s. They can be bought here - lcwfc.com/shop On Sunday 27th January, we face Aston Villa ladies away from home, this game has now been moved to be played at Villa Park! We'd love to get as many LCFC fans there as possible! And again it's just £5 a ticket! Please see the Aston Villa website for tickets. Remaining home matches 13th January - Millwall Lionesses (2pm) 3rd February - London Bees (FA Cup 4th Rd) Time TBC 10th February - Crystal Palace (2pm) 13th February - Manchester United (7:45pm) 31st March - Sheffield United (2pm) 28th April - Durham (2pm) we play at Farley Way Stadium, LE12 8RB.
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    LCFC Women

    Tickets on sale now for Aston Villa and Manchester United matches! With the FA Women's Championship looking very congested early on in the top half of the table, Leicester City Women are hoping to pick up some vital points over the next few weeks. On Sunday the Foxes travel to Millwall Lionesses looking to build on a 4-2 win over London Bees last time out. This is followed by back to back home games, against Aston Villa (21st October) and Manchester United (28th October). Both games will be vitally important as the Foxes look to build on a steady start to the season. To purchase your tickets for either home game, visit www.lcwfc.com/shop See you there!
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    LCFC Women

    Leicester City Women play their first home league game tonight! For anyone who is interested, the Foxes are in action against Tottenham Hotspur Ladies at Quorn FC's Farley Way Stadium! The match is a 7:45pm kick off with tickets available on the gate priced at just £5 for Adults and £2.50 Concessions and Under 16's. After a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace at the start of the season, we're hoping for another positive result tonight in our first season in the FA Women's Championship! Would love to have a big crowd there to cheer on the girls!
  5. ChiefFox

    Fans Who Leave Games Early

    I remember watching Sky Sports as hundreds of fans at the Etihad left when they were 2-1 down against QPR.... stewards wouldn't let them back in 😂
  6. ChiefFox

    LCFC Women

    The kick off for the match is 3pm! It's just the man city men's open training session which starts at 9:30
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    Fans Who Leave Games Early

    I don't have any issue with people leaving the games early, you've bought the ticket you can do what you want.. However, people who go to leave, and then something exciting happens, so they hover above their seat, or in the aisles should be shot! Had someone standing right in front of me during the build up to Maguire's goal against United and only moved once the whole group around us had shouted at him. if you're going to leave early, fine, but just get up and go.
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    LCFC Women

    Yes you can pay on the gate, (EDIT: There is a ticket trailer in the North Concourse that will have tickets reserved for Leicester fans to purchase) and I believe it is unreserved seating so there isn't a designated away section. - Feel free to take or gather with other Leicester fans and make one!
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    LCFC Women

    Manchester City Women Vs Leicester City Women Not got a ticket for Southampton Vs Leicester? How about travelling to Manchester for your Leicester City fix, and an opportunity to see Mahrez in training... Leicester City Women are travelling to Manchester City Women for Round 2 of the Continental Cup on Sunday and could do with as much support as possible! The Foxes picked up two points in their opening group match drawing 2-2 with Super League side Bristol City Women before winning 4-2 on Penalties to claim an extra point. Manchester City are also on two points having drew 0-0 with Birmingham City before winning on penalties. Man City's side boasts 7 England internationals called up for the qualifiers in two weeks time and will pose the toughest test yet for a Leicester City side new to Tier 2. The match is at Manchester City's Academy Stadium, with the match taking part as part of Man City's Cityzen Sunday with the opportunity to see the male counterparts in an open training session. Tickets 👉 https://tickets.mancity.com/en-GB/events/cityzens sunday/2018-8-26_9.30/the academy stadium?hallmap Would be great to see many Leicester fans there to cheer on the Foxes!
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    LCFC Women

    The match finished 2-2! The league cup format for this season also means a penalty shoot-out for an extra point after a draw, which Leicester won 4-2! Next up, Manchester City Women away...😬
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    LCFC Women

    We're back for 2018/19! Leicester City Women play their first match of the 2018/19 season today! A home match against top flight side Bristol City Women in the league cup! The league cup format is split into 4 groups of 5/6 teams with Leicester placed into group one north with tier 1 sides Bristol City, Birmingham City and Manchester City as well as fellow tier 2 sides Aston Villa and Sheffield United. They play each team once. We'd love as big a support as possible for our first game back so if you've got nothing to do today! Head down to Farley Way Stadium (LE12 8RB). It's a 2pm kick off - entry is just £5 adults and £2.50 for concessions and under 16s! With a jam packed programme available for just £1!
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    New chants and songs

    His name is Iheanacho he Wears the number 8 I Just Can't Get Enough I Just can't Get Enough If he scores a screamer or scores it with his head I Just Can't Get Enough I Just Can't Get Enough He Scores a Goal and the Kop Go Wild and I Just Can't Seem to Get Enough Of du du du du du du du du du du du du du Iheanacho!
  13. Leicester City Women have been accepted into the FA Women's Championship for the 2018/19 season! http://lcwfc.com/leicester-city-women-fc-tier-2-bid/ A fantastic achievement for the Women's team who have grown on and off the pitch this season, and as chairman Rohan Morgan has stated, he is delighted "that The FA has seen their vision".
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    Adidas

    really? The all blue just looks too much like a knockoff chelsea kit from 5 years ago.. looks much nicer with the white shorts!
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    LCFC Women

    Hi mate, yes it is all a bit confusing! Basically, they are restructuring over the Summer (announcement on 29th May) to take the top tier into fully professional teams. There are I think 9 teams who have applied for licences but only 1/2 have applied for tier 1, the rest are looking for tier 2. In terms of league promotion, the winner of the Northern Division will play against the winner of the Southern Division (Likely to be Charlton Athletic) in a one off play off final at Bramall Lane (27th May) for automatic promotion. So from our division, it's only the top team, and our defeat in the league to Blackburn on Sunday means it's looking unlikely to be us.
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