Cheltenham Town Ladies will use the LCI Rail Stadium for the first time ever when they face Maidenhead United in the FAWPL on Sunday September 10th.
CTFC Chairman Paul Baker said the Robins were thrilled to be able to host the fixture as the two clubs look to build even stronger links in the coming seasons.
He said: “Cheltenham is now home to the leading men’s and ladies’ football clubs in Gloucestershire and so we are pleased to be able to offer them our support and the use of the stadium for this fixture.”
CTLFC Chairman Andy Liddle commented: “The club has gone from strength to strength over recent years, developing from just the one team, to eight. Our youth structure starts at U-8 level through to U-18 and supports two senior sides.
“Playing at the LCI stadium will provide an unforgettable experience for the first team.”
Entry to the game is £5 for adults, £3 for children and £15 for a family ticket admitting four, with all tickets including a programme.
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