Man City Women will take on West Ham United Women in the Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley today with over 50,000 supporters expected to travel to north London to watch the game. The fixture will kick-off at 5:30pm.
It’s City’s second final after they lifted the trophy in the 2016-17 season, defeating Birmingham City 4-1 with goals from Lucy Bronze, Isobel Christiansen, Carli Lloyd and Jill Scott.
City have beaten Watford, Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea on their way to Wembley without conceding a goal, but City captain Steph Houghton says opponents West Ham will not make it easy.
“West Ham are a team that have improved, I’d compare it to when we first started as a City team,” Houghton said.
“You get used to the league, the players are getting used to playing every so often, you try to grow as a team and West Ham have certainly done that.”
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Man City record vs West Ham this season
City beat West Ham 7-1 in the WSL in October at the Academy Stadium, and secured a double in January with a 3-1 win.
What TV channel is Man City vs West Ham on?
Manchester City vs West Ham in the 2019 Women’s FA Cup Final will be broadcast live on BBC One.
Coverage will start at 5.10pm on Saturday May 4, with kick off at Wembley at 5.30pm.
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Let’s hope City lift another trophy!
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