- LCFC Women face Everton at King Power Stadium
- The Barclays Women's Super League fixture has a 3pm kick-off
- Leicester beat Bristol City 4-2 last time out
- Tickets for this weekend's match can be found HERE
The Foxes got their 2023/24 Barclays Women's Super League season started in flying fashion as they beat newly-promoted Bristol City 4-2 at Ashton Gate last weekend as goals from Aimee Palmer, Shannon O'Brien, Lena Petermann and Jutta Rantala guided Leicester to three points.
City now prepare for their first fixture of the season at King Power Stadium when they welcome another former employer of manager Willie Kirk, in the form of Everton, to the East Midlands, who lost 2-1 to Brighton & Hove Albion in round one of the WSL.
Tickets for this weekend's fixture are still available and can be found HERE.
Prior to matchday, tickets are priced at £8 for adults, £4 for over-65s and under-18s, while under-8s go free. There will be a £2 increase for adults, over-65s and under-18s if purchased on the day of the game.
Claiming a ticket for our home league opener against Everton will put you in for a chance to enter the draw to win one of two player escort experiences for a six-10-year-old when England Women play Belgium at King Power Stadium on Friday 27 October (7:45pm kick-off).
Shannon O'Brien was among the goalscorers at Ashton Gate.
Parking is also available on Filbert Way; tickets for which are priced at £5 and can be purchased HERE. Please note that car parking is strictly sold as one ticket per supporter number and all vehicles must be parked one hour before kick-off.
All the build up to the game, including match previews, press conferences with Kirk and Courtney Nevin, along with exclusive training content can be found on LCFC.com and across LCFC Women's official social media channels.
Come Sunday, you can stay up to date with the action across the women's social media channels while Twitter will provide live updates on the events from King Power Stadium, announcing the manager's first home team selection from 2pm.
Following the full-time whistle, a comprehensive round-up will be posted to the Club's official website, with post-match reaction from Kirk and the Foxes' camp to follow afterwards. If you can't catch the game, then extended highlights will be available on Foxes Hub in the following days. The FA Player will also be streaming the game live from Leicestershire this weekend.
All times BST.
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