We are getting ever closer to the end of the Womens FA Cup Final at the beginning of May and fans across the country and watching the team battle it out to see who will be in the final match. It is a good time to make sure that you have any issues with your aerial sorted out by a TV Aerials Swansea company such as https://www.onevisionltd.co.uk/tv-aerial-installation-swansea or one close to home to make sure that you have uninterrupted coverage of the game.
Women’s football has dramatically increased in the viewers over the last few years with more and more people enjoying the delights of the ladies game as much as the mens. However, it wasn’t until 1993 that the women’s game was administered by the FA in the same way that the manes is. Before this it was controlled by the Women’s Football Association and the first competition of this style was held by them back in 1970 as was known as the Mitre Challenge Trophy. It total there were 71 teams entered into this first cup style competition, showing that even back in 1970 there were an incredible number of women’s teams across the country with teams in Scotland and Wales also entering this first competition.
The FA Cup Trophy as it is now known was made in the Thoman Lyte silver workshop and is one of the first prestigious trophies to be made in this location. THe team who has won the most amount of trophies in this competition is Arsenal having won a total of fourteen times. THe current reigning winners are Chelsea who beat Arsenal to win 3-1 in the final on 5th May in 2018. There were an incredible 45,423 fans in the stadium at Wembley watching the match. Which, whilst not on the scale of spectators for a mens football match, was in fact a record breaking crowd for any women’s football match ever held. Showing that more and more people are appreciating the level of skill and expertises that women bring to the game of football.
It is only a few short weeks before we will see the top two teams battle it out in the final at Wembley Stadium at the beginning of May and who knows the crowd may break the 50,000 mark this year as the women’s teams have all seen an increase in the number of people attending their matches and showing an interest in the progress that the teams make through the competition.