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Tickets are now on sale for the showpiece match of the women's football calendar, the FA Women's Cup Final.
The flagship game will take place at Milton Keynes Dons' home ground, stadiummk, on Sunday 1st June.
Fans will get the chance to enjoy a double dose of football action as the FA Girls' Youth Cup will take place before the centrepiece match.
Tickets for the double header are priced from £10 for adults and £5 for children and concessions, with early bird discounts available now (£6 adult, £3 concessions). Family tickets, for two adults and two children, are available at £20 (£15 early bird).
The FA Women's Cup, which is contested by 270 clubs, is currently in the Third Round. Current cup holders Arsenal will enter the cup in the Fifth Round, along with the other seven WSL 1 clubs.
Arsenal's Alex Scott, who was part of last year's cup winning side, said: "Every player wants to play in the FA Cup final and win the FA Cup.
"I've been lucky enough to get to do that and winning the trophy was one of the best moments of my career. It would be great to do it again this season, the team are really up for it and we want to be walking out at stadiummk on final day with all our fans there, ready to play for the cup.
"It's always such a great atmosphere at the final and the fans really enjoy themselves and I just hope we're there to experience that all over again."
Pete Winkelman, chairman of MK Dons, said: "The club are delighted that the FA Women's Cup final will be staged at stadiummk on Sunday 1st June.
"This is the biggest match in the domestic women's competition and we are extremely honoured and excited to be a part of another FA event."
The FA Women's Cup kicks off at 4.30pm will also be broadcast live on BBC 2. The FA Girls' Youth Cup Final kicks off at 1pm.
For tickets and match information, please visit www.mkdons.com/tickets or telephone (01908) 622900.
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