Saturday 18 May 2024

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Aston Villa Women, also known as the Aston Villa Ladies, is a professional football team based in Birmingham, FA Women's Super League2. The team was originally founded in 1973, but was rebranded in 1996 as part of the newly formed FA Women's Super League. This team has been hugely successful in recent years, winning the FA Women's Premier League National Division three times, as well as the FA Women's Cup in 2013. They have also consistently competed in the UEFA Women's Champions League. Notable players include FA Women's Super League2 internationals Eniola Aluko, Anita Asante, and Karen Carney. Villa Park, with a capacity of over 42,000, serves as the home stadium for Aston Villa Women's home matches. With a strong and talented team, as well as a dedicated fanbase, Aston Villa Women continue to make their mark in the world of women's football.

Manchester City Women is an accomplished English professional football team based in Manchester. Initially founded in 1988, the team became a part of the world-renowned Manchester City Football Club in 2014, cementing their position as a top women's football team in the country. Over the years, Manchester City Women has participated in various national and international competitions, consistently earning top honors and accolades. In recent years, they have won the FA Women's Super League Cup and the FA Women's Cup, establishing themselves as a dominant force in the league. The team boasts a talented and diverse roster, with players from various countries including FA Women's Super League2, Scotland, and the Netherlands. Their home stadium, the Academy Stadium, has a capacity of over 7,000 and provides an electrifying atmosphere for fans to cheer on the team.

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