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19/20 Women’s FA Cup gains approval for completion

The Football Association has confirmed that it has received approval to conclude the last three rounds of the 2019/20 Women's FA Cup in the early part of next season. 

It means our quarter-final game against Tottenham Hotspur will now take place three weeks into the 2020/21 season, on the weekend of September 26/27.

The semi-final will follow the same week, on September 30/October 1, and the final will take place at Wembley Stadium on October 31. Kick-off time will be announced in due course.

We reached the quarter-final by beating West Ham United 2-0 in the fourth round, thanks to Katie McCabe and Lia Walti's goals, and Lewes 2-0, with Caitlin Foord and Danielle van de Donk finding the net.


Watch Caitlin Foord's debut goal against Lewes


New FA WSL season to kick-off against Reading

We will kick-off our 2020/21 FA Women's Super League campaign at home to Reading. 

Joe Montemurro's side will then travel to West Ham United for their first away game of the new season a week later. 

Both matches will be played behind closed doors. 

Here's all the information you need about our opening two WSL fixtures. Our full fixture list will be announced on Arsenal.com soon:

Arsenal v Reading
Sunday, September 6
Kick-off 2pm
Meadow Park
West Ham v Arsenal
Sunday, September 13
Kick-off 3pm
Dagenham and Redbridge Stadium









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