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How to get free tickets to the 2018 FA WSL Continental Cup Final on Wednesday

Arsenal and Manchester City Women clash in the FA WSL League Cup Final

How to get free tickets to the 2018 FA WSL Continental Cup Final on Wednesday

Arsenal and Manchester City, two of England’s best women’s football teams clash at Wycombe Wanderers Adams Park on Wednesday evening in the Continental Cup Final (kick off 7pm – 14th March)

The match will see a host of England internationals – injury and selection permitting of course with City featuring Steph Houghton as well as Demi Stokes, Abbie McManus, Isobel Christiansen, Georgia Stanway, Keira Walsh, Nikita Parris, Melissa Lawley and Jill Scott from Phil Neville’s She Believes Cup squad while Arsenal boast international experience in Jordan Nobbs, Leah Williamson and Danielle Carter.

The FA WSL Continental Cup is the equivalent of the EFL League Cup and has been competed for since 2011 – coincidentally the two 2018 finalists are the only clubs to have ever lifted the trophy.

Wycombe Wanderers Adams Park.

Wycombe Wanderers Adams Park.

Free tickets

That’s what you came here for. Any Charter Standard Club can apply for up to 10 free tickets for the match which are otherwise priced at £7 for adults and £3 for concessions*. Go online to book via the Wycombe ticket website.

To apply for the free tickets you need to supply your clubs National Club ID which should be a five digit number but we’d advise calling the booking office before booking. The phone number is 01494 441118 and is open between 10am and 5pm.

*Concessions are juniors aged 18 and under, and seniors aged 60+.

Road to the final – Arsenal

  • Group London Bees (H) 7–0
  • Group Millwall Lionesses (A) 5–2
  • Group Reading (H) 1–2
  • Group Watford (A) 6–0
  • Quarter Final Sunderland (H) 3–1
  • Semi Final Reading (A) 3–2

Road to the final – Manchester City

  • Group Oxford United (A) 6–0
  • Group Everton (H) 2–1
  • Group Birmingham City (H) 2–0
  • Group Doncaster Rovers Belles (A) 3–2
  • Quarter Final Bristol City (A) 2–0
  • Semi Final Chelsea (A) 1–0
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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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