Reading FC Women season ticket and match ticket prices

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FA Women’s Super League side Reading FC Women will keep the Lionesses fire burning in Berkshire this summer when they kick off their 2022/23 campaign at home to newly promoted Liverpool.

The opening fixture on Sunday 11th September at 2pm kick-off is the Royals only home game in September with games against Arsenal and Leicester City to follow at the Select Car Leasing Stadium in October.

A full list of Reading FC Women’s 2022/23 fixtures is available here.

How much is a Reading FC Women season ticket?

There are two pricing structures for Reading FC Women in the FA WSL this season. Thankfully both are great value!

Prices for first-time season ticket holder start at £30, while renewals start from £25 for the season.

Standard Reading FC Women season ticket pricing:

  • Adult £65
  • 65 and over £45
  • 18-24 £45
  • 17 and under £35
  • 12 and under £30

Reading FC Women season ticket renewals:

  • Adult £60
  • 65 and over £40
  • 18-24 £40
  • 17 and under £30
  • 12 and under £25

All the details on Reading FC Women season tickets, including how to buy yours, are on the Reading FC website here.

How much are Reading FC Women match tickets?

Tickets for Reading FC Women’s home games in the FA WSL at the Select Car Leasing Stadium start from £4 and go up to £12.

  • Adult: £12
  • 65 and Over: £8
  • 18 to 24: £8
  • 17 and Under: £6
  • 12 and Under: £4

You can buy tickets for all Reading FC Women home games as they become available on the Reading FC website here.

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