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Men's grounds to host Women's Super League openers

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Men's grounds to host Women's Super League openers

Men's grounds to host Women's Super League openers

Manchester City and Chelsea will play their opening matches of the Women's Super League season at the Etihad Stadium and Stamford Bridge respectively, the two clubs have announced.

City's meeting with Manchester United on September 7 and Chelsea's clash with Tottenham the following day will both be staged at the Premier League grounds, with the men's top-flight on an international break.

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