Women's FA Cup Final

Women’s FA Cup Final. Manchester City v West Ham

Congratulations to Manchester City who beat West Ham 3-0 in the 2019 Women’s FA Cup Final.  

We’ll be back here with a preview of the 2020 final.  In the meantime visit our Events! page now for news of all the best spectator action coming up in London. 

Super League rivals Manchester City and West Ham go head-to-head at Wembley Stadium in the 2019 Women’s FA Cup Final.  Kick-off is at 5.30pm and tickets are available.

The SSE Women’s FA Cup Final returns to Wembley following last season’s record-breaking attendance which saw Chelsea victorious over local London rivals Arsenal.

A fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed as West Ham look to pull off an upset against a formidable Manchester City side including three players in their team – Steph Houghton, Demi Stokes and Nikita Parris – who feature in the 2019 PFA Women’s Super League Team of the Year.  But the Hammers can’t be ruled out after an impressive debut season in the FA Women’s Super League when they have more than held their own to ensure survival.

Ones to watch: Manchester City’s Nikita Parris, who became the highest goalscorer in WSL history in November, and in fine form this season with 16 goals in 18 matches.  West Ham keeper Grace Moloney – who saved two penalties in the Hammers semi-final shoot-out win against Reading – could be key this afternoon to keep the Manchester City attack at bay.

Kick-off for the 2019 Womens FA Cup Final is at 5.30pm.

Tickets in advance are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.  Adults £15/Kids go free.

Tickets on the day subject to availability.  Checking the Women’s FA Cup Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.