Chelsea Ladies take on Notts County Ladies in the Women's FA Cup final this afternoon, with the match kicking off at 3pm.
TV: BBC 1
It will be the competition's 45th final, but the first to be staged at the national stadium and with a record crowd of around 30,000 anticipated.
Chelsea's Katie Chapman said: "It shows just how much the women’s game has grown since I started playing.
"The interest is building and building, and after the boost of [England] winning bronze at the World Cup, playing the FA Cup final at Wembley is another great chance to showcase the game.
"Hopefully the final will carry on being played at Wembley – the biggest game in the women’s calendar deserves to be there."
The Football Association director Kelly Simmons agrees with Chapman and confirmed: "We are already committed to Wembley for next year, and hopefully after that it will remain the venue for the final."Reuse content