Aston Villa Ladies will play at Villa Park for only the second time in their history when they take on Leicester City this Sunday.
The match will be a landmark moment for Aston Villa as the club comes together for a celebration of women’s football.
Here’s all you need to know about the match.
Tickets are selling well ahead of the match, with fans jumping at the opportunity to see Aston Villa Ladies in action at the club’s stadium.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2 for concessions (U18s and O65s) and are available to buy online here up until midday on Friday.
The highest ever attendance in the FA Women’s Championship is 2,367 and Villa fans have a great chance to help the Ladies get close to the record.
On the day, supporters will be able to purchase tickets from the Trinity Road Ticket Office.
Aston Villa Season Ticket holders get free entry into all the Ladies’ league games and will only need to present their Season Card upon entry.
A Fun Zone will be in full swing in the Academy Building opposite the North Stand from 11am on matchday, with a number of activities for younger supporters to enjoy.
There will be inflatable activities, including Foot Pool and Football Darts, running alongside a skills area overseen by coaches from the Aston Villa Foundation.
A face painter will also be in the Fun Zone providing a free service up until kick-off, enabling supporters to show their colours at the game.
The North Stand car park will be open and accessible for supporters travelling to the game by car.
Aston and Witton are the closest train stations to Villa Park.
If you’re taking public transport to the stadium, you can plan your journey here.
Pick up a programme
The Ladies programme has been revamped, expanded and improved this season, offering fans more content to enjoy.
Each programme features custom artwork by illustrator Damien Quinn, and this week’s edition is packed with interviews from players and staff.
The programme will be available on the turnstile for just £2.
Entry to the ground & refreshments
The match will begin at 1pm, so make sure you’re inside the ground in time for kick-off.
The Trinity Road Stand turnstiles will be open and several of the kiosks in the concourse will be serving hot food and drinks before the match.
Facilities and accessibility
Villa Park is fully accessible by wheelchair and there is allocated spaces for wheelchair users for this match.
Speak to a steward outside of the Trinity Road Stand and they will assist with entry.