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Little - We’re building a great team again

Kim Little

Kim Little has played in some legendary Arsenal teams down the years - and she believes our current squad has all the necessary ingredients to become another great side.

The Scotland international captained us to victory in Wednesday’s FA WSL Continental Cup final, making her 150th appearance for the club in the process, and believes our success at Adams Park could lead to more glory in the near future.

“We had a game plan coming into it and we executed it perfectly in the first half,” she said. “In the second half, we tired a little bit because some of our players haven’t played too many games in recent weeks. 

“I’m very proud of us because we’ve come a long way in the past four or five months. We put in the performance and we deserved to win.

“For me, it’s nice to just stand back and just think about the past nine or 10 months because for me, I’ve not played too much football. It’s just a nice feeling to be back playing in games like this and representing Arsenal again.

“It’s difficult for me to compare this team to previous sides because we had so many players back then with a great team. Our aim now is to get the club back to where it was about five or six years ago. We hope today can be the start of building a great team again.”


Confirmed date for WSL game against Sunderland

We are pleased to confirm that our postponed Women’s Super League match against Sunderland has now been rearranged.

The fixture, which was postponed to allow our SSE Women’s FA Cup game against Charlton to be rescheduled, will now take place on Wednesday, May 16 at Mariners Park, South Shields FC. Kick-off will be at 7pm.


Rescheduled fixture against Liverpool confirmed

Women celebrate v Everton (Joerdeli)

Our postponed FA Women’s Super League match against Liverpool Ladies has now been rearranged.

The fixture, which was called off due to extreme weather conditions and in best interest of crowd safety, will now take place on Tuesday 24th April at Meadow Park, at 7.30pm.

Buy your ticket in advance at a discounted price here


Semi-final draw pairs us with Durham or Everton

Women celebrate v Everton (Joerdeli)

The SSE Women’s FA Cup semi-final draw took place on Monday morning - and we’ve been drawn away to Durham or Everton.

Our quarter-final tie against Charlton Athletic was postponed on Sunday but, if we beat the Addicks in our rearranged fixture, we will set up a final-four clash with the winner of the other rescheduled quarter-final.

The tie will take place on Sunday, April 15. Stay close to @ArsenalWFC on Twitter and Arsenal.com for more information.


Date confirmed for rescheduled Charlton game

Arsenal Women celebrate

Our postponed SSE FA Women's Cup quarter-final match against Charlton Athletic has now been rearranged.

The fixture, which was called off for safety reasons on Sunday, will now take place on Sunday, March 25 at Meadow Park. Kick-off will be at 2pm.

Please note: All online tickets bought for this fixture previously will be honoured for the re arranged match.

Should you no longer be able to attend the rearranged fixture, please call the Box Office directly on 0207 619 5000 (option1) and they will be able to assist with a refund.


Exclusive Arsenal WFC members’ event

Arsenal Women training

We are pleased to offer Arsenal WFC members the chance to attend an exclusive training session at our training ground in London Colney on Saturday, April 28. 

This session will run between 2pm and 4pm, and supporters will have a behind-the-scenes insight into game preparations followed by a signing session with the team.
Supporters with an existing membership will automatically be entered into the ballot for this event, and if you’d like to enter this competition but you’re not yet a member, then you need to sign up by Thursday, April 5. Winners will be notified on Monday, April 9.
We are currently running a discounted mid-season membership offer and with some of the best games still to be played, as well as events and exclusive benefits included, there’s plenty of action remaining this season.
Click here to become a member and join the Arsenal family!

Membership benefits:

  • 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

We are also offering a membership programme for supporters aged under-16. As a junior member you will receive the above, along with:

  • A birthday card on your special day
  • Entry into our mascot ballot
  • The opportunity to be part of our junior members' takeover day


  • Adults – was £60 now £40
  • Juniors* - £20 (U-16)
  • Concession** £20 (over-65)

Postage: £3.95 per membership
* Juniors: under-16 (born on or after August 31, 2001)
** Concession: over-65 (born on or before September 1, 1952)

Disabled Supporters (also allocated one additional season pass for assistant, but not full membership)


Nobbs - How the boss has instilled belief

Jordan Nobbs

Wednesday’s FA WSL Continental Cup final win was a real team effort, but Jordan Nobbs was still keen to praise Joe Montemurro’s hard work behind the scenes after the game.

The clean sheet against Manchester City at Adams Park was our seventh in a row, and resulted in our manager’s first piece of silverware since he arrived at the end of 2017.

It means we have still only lost once since Montemurro took over, and Nobbs paid tribute to the manager after the game.

“We just got back to organisation, passing the ball and being confident on the ball," she said. "We were tremendous in the first half and we hung on when Manchester City threw everything at us after the break. I’m just so proud of the girls today. 

“The last few weeks, we’ve just been on an uphill climb which has just been phenomenal since Joe came in and I’m so proud of the girls today. It’s a great feeling to bring silverware back to the club.

“The celebrations show just how much it means to get that feeling again. I’ve been lucky enough to win this trophy a few times but every time it gets better. With the way the women’s game’s going, to win it now is a great feeling to know we beat a top team today.”

Continental Cup 2018