Goodison Park was to host its first ever Barclays FA Women's Super League Merseyside derby last weekend, but the fouls weather saw the match called off on safety grounds.
The historic clash between Everton and Liverpool was to take place on Sunday 9 February, with kick-off at 2pm.
It would have been the second meeting of the two teams to be hosted at a first-team stadium this season following Everton's 1-0 victory in front of a derby record crowd of 23,500 at Anfield in November.
As well as the success against Liverpool, an impressive campaign to date has seen Willie Kirk's side defeat Birmingham City, Bristol City, Brighton and Hove Albion, Reading and Tottenham Hotspur.
"We're delighted we have the opportunity to play at Goodison Park,” said Kirk. “Big games like Merseyside derbies are the ones you want to be involved in as a player and manager and we have the opportunity to play this historic fixture on the biggest stage.
“Everton is a club renowned for its great support and that was on-show when we went to Anfield earlier this season. Now the reverse fixture is at Goodison, we have a chance to introduce our women's team to even more Blues.”
The Club's ongoing commitment to allowing Season Ticket, Lounge and Official Members free access to women's games will continue for Sunday's fixture, although all Members are required to claim a ticket and select their seat in advance.
Tickets are otherwise £6 for adults and £3 for over-65s and juniors, with a £10 premium ticket also on offer.
For full ticket information or to buy or claim a ticket, click here.
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11 Posted 09/02/2020 at 03:19:56
For anyone who ain't seen it and for those who have anyway, watch Chloe Kelly's (boss surname by the way) second v Bristol, the technique, the audacity to strike it from such distance, sublime. Her first goal, same match, was special too.
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