Arsenal Ladies take on Notts County Ladies at Rotherham United's AESSEAL New York Stadium on Sunday afternoon in the Continental Cup final.
This will be the fifth time in as many years that the Ladies have reached the final having won it a record three times since its inception in 2011.
Scroll down the page to re-live Arsenal’s previous Continental Cup triumphs:
2011: 4-1 v Birmingham City
After winning the Women’s Super League and FA Women's Cup, Arsenal Ladies, then coached by Laura Harvey, had the opportunity to secure a historic treble when they faced Birmingham City in the first ever Continental Cup final.
Harvey’s side got off to a perfect start, going into the break 2-0 up agains the WSL runners-up thanks to Ellen White and captain Jayne Ludlow netting within a minute of each other at Burton Albion’s stadium.
The Gunners resumed their dominance after the break and Rachel Yankey was on target either side of Isobel Christiansen’s consolation to round off a flawless treble-winning season with the club’s 36th major honour.
2012: 1-0 v Birmingham City
Another year, another final for Arsenal Ladies, and it was a rematch against a Birmingham City side looking for revenge.
With the sides again making up the top two in the WSL and each having won a trophy, the game was a lot closer this time around and Emma Byrne needed to be on top form to deny Eni Aluko.
The game was poised going into the last eight minutes and it took a moment of magic from Kim Little to break the deadlock at Underhill. Scotland’s leading scorer cut inside before unleashing a fierce drive past former Gunner Rebecca Spencer to help her side retain the trophy.
2013: 2-0 v Lincoln Ladies
Arsenal Ladies reached the Continental Cup final for the third successive year but their usual opponents were replaced by Lincoln Ladies - now known as Notts County Ladies.
Despite the change in opposition, the match went the same way and there were recognisable names on the teamsheet.
Ellen White rifled the ball into the bottom corner as the game approached the final 15 minutes and Kim Little secured the victory after she beat three defenders and found the corner to help the FA Women’s Cup holders complete an impressive double.
2014: 0-1 Manchester City
Arsenal Ladies reached an unprecedented fourth Continental Cup final by beating Notts County 2-0 after extra-time.
The Gunners were unable to record a fourth final win however, and were defeated 1-0 by Manchester City.
Isobel Christiansen scored a 73rd minute header to sink Pedro Martinez Losa's side.
2015 v Notts County
Arsenal Ladies are still unbeaten in the Continental Cup as they build up to their fifth consecutive Continental Cup final.
The Gunners topped their group without dropping a point and also avenged last season's heartbreak with an impressive 1-0 win over Manchester City in the quarter-final.
Pedro Martinez Losa's side then comfortably beat Birmingham City 3-1 in the semi-final thanks to goals from Marta Corredera, Dan Carter and Alex Scott.
Arsenal now face Notts County in the competition’s decider at Rotherham United's New York Stadium on Sunday, November 1 at 3pm.
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