Kelly Smith and Jordan Nobbs visited the school children who drew the balls for the Fourth Round of The SSE Women's FA Cup.
Trinity Campbell, 10, and Anastasia Rosario, 11, from St Joseph's RC Junior School in Wembley, drew the balls that would decide the ties that will take place on Sunday, February 28. Arsenal Ladies don’t play until the fifth round which will be played on March 20.
The draw was staged at the school as tickets for the Final, which takes place at neighbouring Wembley Stadium on Saturday May 14, went on sale.
"Arsenal have got such a good record in the Cup and I really hope we're there again in the Final in May"
And thanks to the FA's partnership with SSE, all children will be able to attend this year's Final for free. Adult tickets are priced £15 and group bookings and charter standard discounts are also available at TheFA.com/Tickets.
Arsenal's Jordan Nobbs and Kelly Smith, who have lifted the famous trophy eight times between them, also visited the school and presented them with tickets for the Final. The Gunners have won the tournament a record 13 times, having last won the tournament in 2014 with a 2-0 win against Everton.
England vice-captain Nobbs said: "I've really enjoyed coming here today and seeing how excited the children were to be part of the draw and to play football.
"It's great that so many children will have the opportunity to get to go to Wembley and see women's football for free which will also hopefully help the game to grow its fanbase even more.
"Arsenal have got such a good record in the Cup and I really hope we're there again in the Final in May."
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