In less than two weeks’ time, we’ll be heading to the iconic Wembley Stadium to celebrate grassroots physical activity and sport in what will be our biggest celebration to date.
Joining us on the night this year is nine-time FA Cup winner, Faye White MBE who, having made 300 appearances for Arsenal, 90 caps for England and won 31 trophies during her playing career, brings more than 16 years of elite sporting experience to the ceremony.
Given her first England call-up at the age of 16, White became captain of the team five years later and kept the armband until 2012, making her the longest-serving England football captain of all time. In 2013 White retired, leaving her legacy of success to inspire others. Remaining with Arsenal FC post-retirement White also became a university football coach as well as remaining committed to promoting the women’s game as a regular television pundit.
Interested in the Women’s FA Cup Final?
The pinnacle of Women’s football, the Women’s FA Cup Final takes place this year on 5 May also at Wembley Stadium. With thousands of children, parents, schools and junior football clubs all in attendance, The SSE Women’s FA Cup Final is a fantastic opportunity to experience the unique atmosphere at Wembley Stadium.
The game attracts record crowds every year and this season it’s expected that at least 40,000 people to be in attendance. The best part is, kids go FREE and adult tickets are just £15 (reducing to £7.50 when booking in a group of 12+). For more information and tickets, click here