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Be our mascot at the FA WSL Continental Cup final

Vivianne Miedema

Junior Arsenal Women members have the exclusive opportunity to lead out our team at the FA WSL Continental Cup final on Wednesday, March 14.

Being a junior member allows you to feel closer to the team every day of the year, and we are the only women’s team to have an exclusive membership for our women’s team. Any junior member that signs up before February 23 will automatically enter a ballot for this special competition.

Click here to become a member and join the Arsenal family!

Please note that the winner will be contacted by Monday, February 26.

With some of the best games to come this season, events and exclusive benefits, there’s still plenty of action to watch this season, with a discounted mid-season membership offer!

Along with access to our home games, our members receive a range of exclusive benefits, prizes, events and a membership pack filled with limited edition merchandise.

As a junior member you will receive:

  • The 2017/18 season pass
  • Membership pack, including exclusive merchandise
  • Members' scarf
  • Limited edition pin badge
  • Season pass holder and lanyard
  • Priority access and discounts to exclusive Arsenal WFC events (including 30th anniversary celebrations)
  • The opportunity to attend our end of season fan forum
  • Entry into the ballot to attend an open training session at our London Colney training ground
  • A birthday card on your special day
  • Entry into our mascot ballot
  • The opportunity to be part of our junior members' takeover day 

Pricing
Juniors: £20 (under-16, born on or after August 31, 2001)
Postage: £3.95 per membership
 
Match details:
FA WSL Continental Cup final
Wednesday, March 14, kick-off 7pm
Adams Park, Hillbottom Rd, High Wycombe HP12 4HJ

Interview

‘Kim’s an inspiration... a true professional'

Kim Little

Kim Little played the final 15 minutes of our 1-0 win over Millwall in the SSE FA Women’s Cup on Sunday - and Joe Montemurro has hailed the midfielder as “an inspiration”.

The Scotland international had been sidelined for months, but made her long-awaited return at Meadow Park as we sealed our progression to the quarter-finals of this season's competition.
 
"Kim is an inspiration to all of us," Montemurro told Arsenal.com. "She’s a true professional and what a footballer she is too. We’re loving her back, but we have to be cautious and look after her in the right manner so she can come back in a way that really has a positive effect on the team. 
 
"I think everyone is just happy to have her back now. It’s game-by-game and how she feels. She’s been training fully with us and we’ve probably held her back a little more than we’d want, but we just need to be smart in the way that we do it. 
 
"It’s going to be assessed on a game-to-game basis and a week-to-week basis."

 

News

We will host Charlton in SSE Women's FA Cup

The SSE Women’s FA Cup quarter-final draw took place on Monday morning - and we’ve been drawn at home against Charlton Athletic.

We met the Addicks in 2007’s final when two goals apiece from Kelly Smith and Jayne Ludlow helped us retain the trophy, lifting it for the eighth time.

The tie will take place at Meadow Park on Sunday, March 18. Stay close to @ArsenalWFC on Twitter and Arsenal.com for more information.

Post-Match Report

Arsenal 1-0 Millwall: How it happened

Beth Mead

WHAT HAPPENED

A solitary goal from Beth Mead was enough to see off the challenge of Millwall and seal our progress to the quarter-finals of the Women’s FA Cup.
 
We came into the game off the back of a confidence-boosting 4-0 win against Yeovil Town, and kept another clean sheet this time out.
 
After a slow start, the game burst into life after the opening 15 minutes.
 
Dan Carter couldn’t quite steer home a cross from Lisa Evans, before Carter went close once more when her strike deflected over the crossbar. 
 
Jordan Nobbs spotted Louise Quinn from the corner that followed, but the Irish defender nodded narrowly wide.
 
Ellie Mason tried her luck from distance for the visitors, but Anna Moorhouse was largely untroubled. 
 
The game’s only goal came in the 32nd minute, when Mead turned away from her marker before sending the ball past Sarah Quantrill in the Millwall goal.
 
There was further good news in the final quarter of an hour, with Kim Little making her long-awaited return from an injury lay-off. 

WHAT IT MEANS

We’re now one of the eight names in the hat for the quarter-final draw, which will take place on Monday evening.  

WHAT’S NEXT

We are at home once again on Friday evening, when we take on Everton at Meadow Park. Kick-off is at 7.30pm.

Arsenal Membership

Join as an Arsenal Member and receive a range of exclusive benefits such as priority ticket access, subscription to Arsenal Player, a welcome pack and access to members' events with the first team squad. If you join as a Junior Gunner you have the chance of being a Matchday mascot or ball boy.

Join today and always be ahead of the game