Watch on as some of the world’s top female footballers compete in The SSE Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.
The two teams have made it through the earlier rounds, reaching this special occasion with one aim: to win one of the most coveted trophies in the sport. As ever with this famous competition, there is plenty of excitement – who will become a hero?
Check back nearer the time for details of which teams have made it into the 2018 Women’s FA Cup Final.
The history of the Women’s FA Cup Final
The origins of the Women’s FA Cup can be traced back to 1970, when it was named the Mitre Challenge Trophy – it also featured teams from Scotland and Wales. Southampton and Scottish side Stewarton Thistle made it to the final, with the English side prevailing in a 4-1 scoreline.
Now in its 48th year, the Women’s FA Cup Final has been held at Wembley Stadium since 2015, having previously taken place at various venues around the country.
London club Arsenal currently hold the record number of Women’s FA Cup wins, with 14 victories.
In 2017, Manchester City beat Birmingham City 4-1 to claim their first Women’s FA Cup trophy in front of 35,217 fans, a record for this competition.
Prices and Opening Times
|Biglietto adulti||£15.00 per biglietto|
|Child Ticket (under 16 years old)||FREE|
|Concession Ticket||£5.00 per biglietto|
Kick-off is at 5.30pm
Venue Details & Map
Olympic WayLondonHA9 0WS
- +44 (0)20 8795 9660
- Public transport:
- Wembley Park sits on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines, 12 minutes from Baker Street. Wembley Stadium station provides mainline trains to Marylebone. Wembley Central offers the Overground and Bakerloo line.