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Kids go free at Wem-ber-lee

Kids go free at Wem-ber-lee

Kids go free at the SSE Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday as Arsenal and Chelsea Ladies go toe-to-toe in the most prestigious domestic cup competition in women’s football. Last year’s final saw a record attendance of 35,271, with Saturday afternoon's event (kick off if at 5.30pm) looking set to break that figure.

Kids go free at the SSE Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday as Arsenal and Chelsea Ladies go toe-to-toe in the most prestigious domestic cup competition in women’s football.

Last year’s final saw a record attendance of 35,271, with Saturday afternoon’s event (kick off if at 5.30pm) looking set to break that figure.

Already 40,000 people have booked, with tickets £15 for adults and kids going free. Tickets remain available at www.theFA.com/tickets and are on sale on the day.

It is also being broadcast live on BBC One and 5 Live.

Arsenal have the east changing room, Chelsea Ladies the west, with Durham ref Lindsey Robinson in the middle.

For the first time there will be a fanzone in Arena Square, opening at 1pm. World champion freestyler Liv Cooke will entertain the crowds and Lionesses Fara Williams and Mary Earps will deliver pre-match analysis.

As well as live music and football challenges, visitors can show their support for either Arsenal or Chelsea Ladies by creating a personalised banner. Inside the stadium, DJ Teisha Matthews will entertain the crowd before kick-off.

Fans are encouraged to share images throughout the day on social media using #CupSelfie, with a selection displayed on the stadium’s big screens.

After the final whistle the trophy will be presented to the winning captain by Tina Hamilton, rewarded with the accolade by sponsor SSE having been nominated for her commitment to girls grassroots football.

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