BBC Sport - Price of Football 2014: A WSL day out at Bristol Academy

'People buy into the honesty' of the WSL

As part of its Price of Football study, BBC Sport spent a day at Bristol Academy to find out how popular the Women's Super League is proving with fans.

The Vixens, who play in the top division of the WSL, charge £30 for their cheapest season ticket and have attracted an average crowd of 737 this term.

Runners-up in the WSL last season, they finished seventh this year, securing a 1-0 victory in their final home game of the season against Manchester City.

Chairman Simon Arnold says a Women's Super League match is "a very honest game", adding "There's not the rolling around you see in the men's game."

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