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SSE Women's FA Cup Semi-Finals to be broadcast live by the BBC in ground-breaking move

13 April 2018

SSE Women's FA Cup Semi-Finals to be broadcast live by the BBC in ground-breaking move

Both Semi-Finals will be broadcast live for the first time ever this weekend. © The FA

History will be made this weekend when both SSE Women's FA Cup Semi-Finals will be broadcast live for the first time ever.

In a ground breaking weekend for both women’s football and broadcast, supporters can sit back and enjoy a double header live on the BBC this Sunday 15 April. 

An afternoon of football action kicks off at 12.20pm when Everton lock horns with Arsenal at Marine Park FC. This tie will be live on BBC Red Button and online here.

Next up is a real clash of the titans at Kingsmeadow (3.15pm), with Chelsea hosting Manchester City. You can catch this game live on BBC Two and online here.

Both matches will have twitter clip updates on @SSEWomensFACup and highlights on SSE Women’s FA Cup Facebook Page.

The prize at stake to the winners of Sunday's Semi-Finals is a trip to Wembley on Saturday 5 May (5.30pm).

The showpiece event in the women’s domestic calendar will be shown live on BBC One.

But you can't beat the experience of being at a Cup Final in person, and in a positive move to encourage families to attend, kids will go free to the SSE Women’s FA Cup Final with adult tickets priced at a sensible £15.

Tickets are available for the Final by clicking on the link here.

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