Wembley are sold out as Chelsea and Manchester United meet in the women’s FA Cup final.
A record crowd is expected for any women’s club in England when the top two WSL players meet and silver medals are at stake.
For Marc Skinner’s league-leading Manchester United, this will be their FA Cup final debut as the club seek their first major trophy.
This is familiar territory for Chelsea, however, as the four-time winners are aiming to win the title for a third straight year.
Here you will find everything you need to know.
When is the Women’s FA Cup Final?
Chelsea v Manchester United are scheduled to kick off at 14:30 BST on Sunday 14 May at Wembley Stadium in London.
how can i watch it
Viewers in the UK can watch the FA Cup final live on BBC One, with coverage on the channel from 1:50pm BST. The game will also be available to watch
The unfortunate Fran Kirby will miss the rest of the season with more injury problems but Sam Kerr was fit enough to come on the bench against Leicester and should be in the running. Pernille Harder showed in this weekday game with a brace that she is back in full fighting strength.
Manchester United are without Maria Thorisdottir as Kirby is out for the rest of the season. Lisa Naalsund was back in training this week, while Katie Zelem is back as the team’s captain after missing last weekend’s win against Tottenham through suspension.
Chelsea XI: Berger; Perisset, Carter, Eriksson; Charles, Cuthbert, Leupolz, riding; James, Kerr, Harder.
Manchester United XI: ears; Batlle, Le Tissier, Turner, Blundell; Ladd, Zelem; Parris, Toone, Galton; Russo.
Chelsea win 21/20
Tie (after 90 minutes) 5/2
Manchester United wins 23/10
Chelsea narrowly get the win. Chelsea 2-1 Manchester United