Women’s FA Cup Final Looks To Break Attendance Records
As the lead-up to this year’s Women’s FA Cup Final picks up pace, excitement continues to surround the tournament as Wembley prepares to break last year’s record attendance.
Aiming to build on last year’s record 35,000 attendance, this year’s Women’s FA Cup Final will be free for under-16s with an accompanying adult, while adult tickets are priced at £15 per adult ticket. In addition, the FA are offering discounted tickets for large groups of fans.
This scheme to encourage families to attend the iconic venue will look to fill Wembley’s 90,000 seats, as fans look forward to the action on Saturday 5th May. The knockout competition’s finale is set to be the best yet, as only the two best remain in the competition which began with 276 teams from seven different divisions.
In addition, fans will be able to watch both the semi-finals and final live on the BBC, marking a showpiece event in the women’s domestic calendar.
Last season’s Women’s FA Cup Final saw Manchester City lift the trophy for the first time in history, having defeated Birmingham City 4-1 and securing themselves as one of the top women’s teams in England.
To see two of the country’s top teams to head-to-head inside the national stadium, be part of the great atmosphere and visit www.thefa.com for more information.