LIVERPOOL FC Women are readying for the current season's final straight with a run of games at Prenton Park that gives Wirral football fans the chance to see some of the best teams in the Woman's Super League. 

The Reds, who have staged their home games at Prenton Park since 2018, have won their last three games in all competitions – each away from home – with the latest a 4-1 league victory at Aston Villa on Sunday.

On Saturday, they take on Leicester City with an FA Cup last-four spot up for grabs at Prenton Park with home games against West Ham, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United to come before the end of the campaign. 

It means Liverpool, who currently sit sit level on points with fourth-placed Manchester United in the WSL table, could play an important role in the WSL's title race with the top three all visiting Prenton Park in the coming weeks. 

Liverpool and England defender Gemma Bonner said: "I think it's been a positive season from our point of view. We started well and have definitely grown as a group - there were a lot of changes pre-season but everyone has come in and settled really quickly.

"We have picked up points against teams we weren't necessarily expected to so I think it's been a positive progression from where we were.  

"When you are at a club like Liverpool the expectation is to be winning and we're an ambitious team. Last year we showed we could compete in the league and this year we wanted to improve on that but there's still a long way to go."

On the goal of trying to reach the final of the Women’s FA Cup and playing the WSL's top three, Bonner is confident the Reds can rise to the occasion.

"I want to be winning every single game," she said. "We've shown we can beat Chelsea and Arsenal and showed we could beat City last year.

"The aim now is to do it on a consistent basis and not just in one-off games. We are still in that process but there is no reason why we can't aim to win every game we go into.

"We've been disappointed with the points that we have dropped this year but once we get the performances right we know the results will take care of themselves.

"As a player you've got to beat the best to be best and we have a good record at Prenton Park - especially when we get the fans behind us."

Getting new fans to flock to Prenton Park is one of the aims going forward of Liverpool FC Women with Arsenal's massive ticket sales at the Emirates Stadium this season a sign of the potential of the WSL. 

After the Lionesses won the record breaking UEFA Women's Euro 2022, domestic attendances continued to rise for the women’s side of the game throughout 2022–23 season. Liverpool's average attendance throughout that campaign was 4,758 with their highest coming earlier this season against Arsenal when 6,085 fans came to Prenton Park.

Wirral Globe: Gemma Bonner Gemma Bonner (Image: Liverpool FC Women)

"When we played Arsenal there we didn't get the win but the fans were brilliant," said Bonner. "We really felt it as players so if we can get as many people down to support us if will definitely help.

"There is so much energy and buzz around the place which you can feel when you're playing. I'm always biased but I'd say we have the best fans in the league and we always hear them - as players it gives us added motivation and we're really proud of the supporters we have. If we can get them in larger numbers we'll only feel the love more!

"We have a good record at Prenton Park and we enjoy playing at home. We just want to keep on building - obviously I saw when we started with not many supporters to how it is now and we want to keep growing. 

"When you are representing Liverpool the fans are a huge part of the club so we have to make sure we represent the club every time we put the shirt on."

With the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all coming to Prenton Park, Bonner agrees there is no better time for new fans to see what the WSL is all about. 

"I think a lot of people are surprised when they come to the games," she added. "It makes them want to come back and the atmosphere we create is brilliant. 

"Hopefully in these games people can see that a lot of players are honest and do their best and they will want to come back.

"The league has really developed over the last few years and the standard is getting better every single year. The fact that we are attracting players from all over the world means we have the best players in the world in this league and it makes it an attractive product.

"If people what to watch some good football they don't have to go very far - it's exciting for the players and we're trying to get better every day." 

Liverpool Women FC fixtures at Prenton Park

Saturday, March 9

The Women's FA Cup

Liverpool Women v Leicester City Women (12pm)

Sunday, March 17

Women's Super League

Liverpool Women v West Ham United Women (12pm)

 Saturday, March 30

Women's Super League

Liverpool Women v Manchester City Women (12.30pm)

Sunday, April 28

Women's Super League

Liverpool Women v Chelsea Women (2pm)

Sunday, May 5

Women's Super League

Liverpool Women v Manchester United Women (2pm)

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