Watch the Women's FA Cup winners at Old Trafford

Wednesday 15 May 2024 11:00

Manchester United fans have the opportunity to watch the 2023/24 Women's Adobe FA Cup winners at Old Trafford this weekend.

The Reds host former holders Chelsea - who we eliminated at the semi-final stage this term - in our final Barclays Women's Super League fixture of the campaign.

The title-chasing Blues are preparing to say goodbye to long-serving and successful manager Emma Hayes too, and it is the first opportunity to watch Marc Skinner's team since our Wembley triumph against Tottenham last weekend.

Not only that but the Women's FA Cup will be proudly on display at Old Trafford, alongside the silverware won by our women's Under-21s and Under-16s this season.

Below, you can find ticket information, team news and more ahead of what is a must-watch game...

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Kick-off at the Theatre of Dreams is set for 15:00 BST and tickets are still available for the game at Old Trafford. You can get yours here.

If you are unable to attend, the match is being shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.

Live radio commentary will be available via our app and, while our blog will provide team news, half-time and full-time updates and reaction. Highlights will be published across our platforms at 12:00 BST on Sunday.


Skinner confirmed before the FA Cup final that he has a clean bill of health, with Jayde Riviere starting at Wembley, following her return from injury in recent weeks.

Leah Galton, however, had to be withdrawn against Spurs and was pictured on crutches during the post-match trophy celebrations. Skinner will give an update on the left-winger in his pre-match press conference on Wednesday.

Chelsea are without Sam Kerr, Mia Fishel, Aniek Nouwen and Mayra Ramirez, while former Red Lauren James didn't feature for the Blues in their 8-0 win over Bristol City last weekend.


Victory at Old Trafford should see Chelsea crowned WSL champions, with the Blues going toe-to-toe with Manchester City in their attempts to retain the trophy. The two teams are locked on 52 points but the west Londoners have a better goal difference. The margin is only two goals, though, as City travel to Aston Villa.

United, on the other hand, come into this one on the back of winning silverware, with Sunday's emphatic 4-0 victory over Tottenham ensuring Skinner's team lifted the FA Cup for the very first time.

The Reds are looking to finish the WSL campaign on a high, with a fourth-placed finish up for grabs should we win and Liverpool lose to Leicester.

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As the 2023/24 WSL season draws to a close, all 12 teams are in action at 15:00 BST.


UNITED v Chelsea
Tottenham v West Ham
Leicester v Liverpool
Aston Villa v Manchester City
Bristol City v Everton
Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion