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Ahead of the game | Wembley awaits winners of Women's FA Cup Semi

Royals face off against Hammers at Adams Park

12 April 2019

Quite simply, Sunday will be one of the biggest days in the history of Reading FC Women. Beat West Ham, and a trip to Wembley and a chance at a trophy will be theirs.

Reading FC Women vs West Ham United Women
SSE Women's FA Cup, Semi-Final

Adams Park, Wycombe
Sunday 14th April
12.30pm kick-off

The Royals have been preparing all week for the biggest game of their season to date, with the chance of a Wembley final looming on Sunday lunchtime.

For some among the Reading ranks, like Fara Williams and Jo Potter, this experience is nothing new - having played in finals for previous clubs, passing on their valuable experience to their teammates. 

For Reading as a club, this is their first-ever appearance in the Women's FA Cup last four - and they are determined to go one step further and battle it out for a trophy.

The route to the final has seen the Royals rout fourth-tier Keynsham Town in the Fourth Round, before beating Birmingham City and overcoming Manchester United in dramatic circumstances in the Quarter-Final.

Of course, we need your support to help Reading over the line. Tickets are available from just £6 for Adults and £3 for Concessions for this cup tie in Wycombe, 


Tickets for our this vital game are still available; click the link below for more information.

West Ham United Women
SSE Women's FA Cup, Semi-Final

West Ham United Women

Sunday 14th April, 12.30pm (Adams Park)



Supporters' Trust At Reading (STAR) are offering a coach service to Adams Park from Madejski Stadium for this cup Semi-Final, offering travel for just £5 on Sunday. Click here for further information.

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Follow it live

If you can't make it to Adams Park, we've got you covered!

We'll have you covered on our Reading FC Women social media channels - on Twitter and Instagram.

BBC Sport will also be streaming the game live on BBC iPlayer, which gets underway at 12.30pm on Sunday.


We wish to politely remind supporters that the football club is responsible for their conduct at all matches (home or away) and any person committing a football-related offence or involved in serious misconduct at any match will result in a club ban. Examples of serious misconduct include discriminatory, offensive or abusive chanting, entering the pitch, persistent standing and throwing a missile. Supporters witnessing any incidents of serious misconduct are encouraged to report this to the football club by texting 80800, beginning your message with the word SAFE.

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