The SSE Women’s FA Cup in numbers
With just days away from the biggest event of English domestic women’s football, the SSE Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley, we take a quick glance at the key numbers in the competition.
Record number of titles the most successful club, Arsenal Women, has won.
The year the Cup was Founded in England, it was first known as the Mitre Challenge Trophy and run by the Women’s Football Association.
The current highest ever attendance was for last season’s Final at Wembley Stadium. Manchester City beat Birmingham 4-1 to lift the trophy.
The second most successful club of this competition is Southampton, with 8 titles spanning 1970 to 1981.
This year is the first time that the Semi-finals and the Final of the FA Women’s Cup is broadcast live on the BBC.
Also the first year that The FA and Subbuteo have launched the world’s first all-female football set!
The 2017/18 SSE Women’s FA Cup is the 48th edition of the knockout competition.
The number of teams participating in the 2017/18 SSE Women’s FA Cup.
Total number of goals scored in the first round qualifying of the SSE Women’s FA Cup 2017/18.
The FA’s prize money for the winners of the SSE Women’s FA Cup 2017/18. The runners-up receive £15,000.
Almost £240,000 will be distributed throughout the season’s competition. The total prize money on offer for the SSE Women’s FA Cup has been tripled since 2016/16.
Over 40,000 tickets have already been sold for this Saturday’s SSE Women’s FA Cup Final 2018 between Arsenal Women and Chelsea Ladies.
There are still tickets available for the final! Get your SSE Women’s FA Cup Tickets now. Tickets to the Final are priced £15 for adults while kids go FREE!
The WSU Team bringing you news and updates from the world of women’s football.