By Craig Edwards
Tickets for Glasgow City’s second leg of our UEFA Women’s Champions League Second Round tie against Swiss champions Servette FCCF will be made free for all.
The first leg in Geneva saw a stunning strike from Clare Shine secure a 1-1 draw after Servette had taken the lead early in the second half leaving the match very finely balanced ahead of the return leg on Wednesday. The winner of the tie will progress to the Group Stage.
Tickets still need to be ordered via the club shop on the Glasgow City website and all tickets that have been bought will be refunded.
Chief Executive Officer Laura Montgomery commented:
“Wednesday is such a hugely important game for us and for Scotland as we look to try and reach the Champions League Group stages and be amongst Europe’s most elite sides. We know the early kick off is unusual, and we want to do everything we can to get a strong crowd behind the team. Servette had an excellent crowd backing their side in Geneva and we know the difference it can make. Hopefully our first ever free entry and for a top European match will bring some new fans along to the game.”
The match takes place on Wednesday 8th September at Broadwood Stadium with a 3.10pm kick off. Free tickets are available at www.glasgowcityfc.co.uk/shop