Bristol Metropolis Girls supervisor Lauren Smith has revealed she was instructed to remain “within the kitchen” whereas watching the lads’s crew in opposition to Sunderland on Saturday.
Smith was in attendance with her gamers at Ashton Gate to look at the Robins’ 3-2 defeat and posted afterwards on Twitter a couple of remark made to her.
“Supporting @BristolCity with the crew at present, and was instructed girls should not be on the soccer however within the kitchen,” she wrote.
The incident comes lower than per week after the euphoria of England successful the Girls’s European Championship, beating Germany in extra-time within the last at a sold-out Wembley, and Smith promised she and her crew would do their bit to show the male spectator flawed.
“So a message to that guy, we welcome you anytime on the Robins HPC (Excessive Efficiency Centre, the house floor of the ladies’s crew) to show you very very flawed!” she added.
Metropolis’s males’s crew provided their assist, sharing Smith’s submit with the response: “We wholly condemn such abuse.
“This behaviour is unacceptable and won’t be tolerated at Ashton Gate.
“We totally assist Lauren Smith and are pleased with our girls’s crew.”