The SSE Women’s FA Cup final takes place on Saturday 14 May at Wembley Stadium and our friends at Kick It Out are giving away four pairs of tickets for the game over the next week.
The tickets will be awarded to winners of four separate competitions, including the best entry to our #MyMatchdayView and Why I Support features over the coming weekend.
Over 30,000 fans attended the showpiece event in 2015 to see Chelsea lift the trophy at Wembley Stadium last season, a record for The Women’s FA Cup, with the aim to break that record again at the 2016 final.
The match will see Chelsea take on Arsenal, with the Blues hoping to retain the title following their success over Notts County in last year’s final.
Some of the biggest stars in women’s football will be expected to feature on the day including ‘Next 20’ ambassador Jordan Nobbs.
The deadline for entries to all four competitions is at 2pm on Tuesday 10 May, with a maximum of one pair of tickets awarded per person. The winners will be contacted on Tuesday evening.
All winning entries must provide their contact details and address by 4pm on Wednesday 11 May to email@example.com. Terms and conditions apply.
To have a chance of winning the first pair of tickets, all you have to do is FOLLOW us on Twitter and RETWEET the link to this article. The winner will then be chosen at random.
The winner of the Facebook competition will also be chosen at random – to enter all you have to do is LIKE our page on Facebook and SHARE the post that contains this article.
Are you off to a match at professional, non-league or grassroots level this weekend? Share your view with us and other social media users by using #MyMatchdayView on Twitter or Instagram – the best photo from the weekend will win a pair of tickets!
4. Why I Support
Football fans are unique. Across the country they create an atmosphere full of voice, colour and delight. It’s not only at matches that fans represent their team and wear their colours – it is immersed in all that they do in their everyday lives.
In their own words, we have asked fans to tell us why they choose the teams they support, sharing their personal choice.
Why do you support your side? Write a short piece (300 words maximum) and send it to us via firstname.lastname@example.org – the best entry will win a pair of tickets to Wembley!”