Leeds United Ladies play their final game of a long season on Sunday when they face Sunderland Women in the Final of the FA Women's Premier League Cup.
Kick-off at Sixfields, home of Northampton Town FC, is at 2.30pm, with the game shown live on FATV.
For Leeds, the game marks the end of one of their most successful seasons: retaining the West Riding Women's County Cup, reaching the last 16 of the FA Women's Cup and finishing second - by one point - to eventual winners Sunderland.
"We had no big targets in mind when we started the season," said Leeds manager Chris Welburn, "but with the good form we showed in our first few games of the season came the expectation for us to do better and better and we have handled that really well. We've had to beat some very good, well-organised sides this season.
"It is fitting that we play Sunderland in the Final, with us having finished first and second in the League, well clear of the other teams. It is also fantastic for the development of open-age women's football in the North and its credit to the good practice that goes on week in week out at both clubs."
As well at the FATV coverage through thefa.com, Welburn is hoping for a big turnout at Northampton to see the club possibly lift the cup the club won two years ago for a second time, and the club has arranged a supporters' coach for anyone wanted to make the trip on Sunday.
"Everyone at the club has put a lot of work and effort into this season; our shirt sponsors Ringways Motor Group, our volunteers behind the scenes and on the coaching staff, without whom it would be impossible to run a club this size.
"But it's clear to everyone that no-one has worked harder, sacrificed more and given everything they have to Leeds United Ladies this season more than the players have. They have been a credit to themselves and its testament to their efforts how well they have done this season.
"I, and everyone at the club, know they are more than capable of signing off with a win in the cup to finish off a remarkable season and it would be fantastic to have Leeds United supporters, locally and nationally, converge on Northampton and give the players the vocal support they truly deserve."
Full, live text commentary will be available from the game through the club's website, with regular goal updates via Twitter @LeedsUnitedLFC
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