Spring Series tickets available on the gate...Millwall Lionesses will meet Brighton and Hove Albion in the Spring Series this Sunday, 12th March (kick-off 2pm) at St Paul's Sports Ground.
The Spring Series is a one-off competition which has been created to bridge the gap between seasons whilst the FA WSL transitions from a summer league to a more traditional football calendar.
Each club will play each other once, with a trophy awarded to each division's winners. The Spring Series will culminate before this summer's European Championships.
Millwall Lionesses rescued a point away to Aston Villa last weekend thanks to an 81st minute equaliser from Ellie Mason - her first goal for the Lionesses in competitive action.
After the game, captain Ashlee Hincks said: "We've got a point, but we're still disappointed to not get all three, given that we were the better side. To go a goal down so early on as appalling, to be honest. We shouldn't be conceding inside the first minute.
"We knew that Aston Villa would be very dangerous from corners, but we still conceded. I thought we were much the better side and dominated most of the match. We made our possession count in the end. After we changed formation, the game became more open."
Tickets will be available to buy on the day at St Paul's and are priced at £5 adults and £2 concessions (over 60s and under 16s). Doors will open from 1pm.
Millwall season ticket holders are invited to watch The Lionesses for just £1 when presenting their 2016/17 season ticket card at the turnstile.
Season passes to the Spring Series are also on sale and can be purchased by clicking here. The pass includes access to The Lionesses home FA Cup games.
Supporters can keep warm in the stadium clubhouse pre-match and at half-time, where warm beverages and food can be purchased.
There is limited car parking available at St Paul's, however, there is free parking on Salter Road outside.
The closest stations to St Paul's are Rotherhithe (Overground) and Canada Water (Underground - Jubilee Line) - both are within walking distance of the stadium.
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