Key details announced for Women's FA Cup final
Manchester United's upcoming Vitality Women's FA Cup final with Chelsea on May 14 has officially sold-out Wembley for the very first time.
Tickets for the 90,000 strong venue went off sale yesterday morning and was followed by an announcement confirming that the showpiece in London, in just over two weeks time, will be attended by a record number of spectators.
The total eclipses last year's number of attendees that saw 49,094 fans watch Chelsea beat Manchester City to be crowned champions.
Marc Skinner's side reached this stage for the first in the club's history after successfully beating Sunderland, Durham, Lewes and Brighton in respective rounds.
Suffolk-based official Emily Heaslip will lead a team alongside assistant referees Georgia Ball and Chloe-Ann Small, with Abigail Byrne as fourth official and Sophie Dennington as reserve assistant referee.
Michael Salisbury has been handed the role of overseeing VAR and will be supported by assistant Sian Massey-Ellis. Goal Line Technology will also be in use at Wembley.
Having won the Women's Championship in our inaugural season back in 2018/19, United now have a chance to add to our trophy cabinet as we continue our growth within the women's game.
Despite our Women's FA Cup final now being sold out, we are handing you the chance to win four tickets to the showpiece event at Wembley.
All you have to do is fill in your details here and the winner will be contacted in due course.
The competition ends on Tuesday 5 May, so make sure to enter before then for your chance to win!