⚽️ The top two teams in Scottish women’s football go head-to-head in the final match of the season as Glasgow City and Hibernian Ladies meet at Tyncastle Park in the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup final at 4.10pm. Tickets are on sale.
What a match we have in prospect at the home of Hearts FC to round off the SWPL1 season, with league champions Glasgow City meeting the Scottish Cup holders Hibernian in the latters’ hometown.
Glasgow City were recently crowned Scottish Building Society SWPL 1 Champions, lifting the title for an incredible 13th year in a row. Once again the Glasgow side demonstrated they are the dominant force Scottish women’s football finishing 11 points clear of their nearest challengers – you guessed it – Hibernian.
It’s not been a vintage season thus far for Hibernian who were aiming to take the SWPL1 title race to the wire having run their Glasgow rivals so close last year. That said they maintained their superb cup form of recent years when lifting the SWPL League Cup for the fourth year running after a penalty shootout victory in April over – you guessed it – Glasgow City. And you can be sure Hibernian would love to make it four Scottish Cup Final wins in a row this afternoon, preventing City from the double in the pricess.
Stand by for what should be an enthralling game of football. It’s Glasgow v Edinburgh, and only one captain can be holding aloft the final silverware of the women’s football season come this evening. But will it be Leanne Ross or Joelle Murray? All roads lead to Tynecastle to find out.
🗝️ Gates open: 3pm.
⚽️ Kick-off is 4.10pm.
🎟️ Tickets in advance for the Scottish Women’s Cup Final are available via the ‘Get Tickets‘ link.
🎟️ Tickets on the day are subject to availability. Checking the SWPL Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.
🚊🚗 Travel tips: By Train – If travelling from the West and North, disembark at Haymarket Station (the last stop before Waverley Station) and proceed along Dalry Road and Gorgie Road. If travelling from the South, continue your journey through Waverley Station to Haymarket Station. By car – There are no special parking arrangements and traffic wardens strictly control street parking in the immediate vicinity of the stadium. To the north of the stadium, there is some on-street parking available north of Murrayfield Stadium and Corstorphine Road. To the south of the stadium, there is some on-street parking available south of Gorgie Road and in the Shandon area.