Vitality Women's FA Cup Final: Supporters Guide

Fans advice for Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final

Wembley Stadium has issued some key information for all supporters planning on attending this year’s Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final on Sunday, 14 May.

Following this guidance will ensure Wembley is a safe environment for all visitors on the day and give fans the opportunity to make the most of their visit.

Travel Disruption - Rail

Supporters attending this year’s Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final should plan their travel to Wembley Stadium carefully.

Significant strike action across the national rail sector is planned to take place the day before the final on Saturday 13 May.

Some rail services may be disrupted in the wake of this on Sunday 14 May. Chiltern Railways services will not be stopping at Wembley Stadium Station.

For the latest updates on services and trains in operation please visit the National Rail website.

Please plan your journey to Wembley Stadium well in advance.

London Underground Travel

All Tube lines that stop at Wembley stations (Wembley Park & Wembley Central) will be running as normal on Sunday, 14 May.

Plan your journey using TfL’s Journey Planner or the TfL Go app, and check before you travel for the latest on how services in London are running.

Coach Travel

National Express is the official coach partner for Wembley Stadium, serving over 50 destinations UK-wide. Visit the National Express website for more details on how to book a direct event day coach service.

Stadium Car Parking

Event day parking at Wembley Stadium is limited and must be booked in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Any vehicles which do not pre-book will not be granted access to the stadium car parks. Customers are advised to park via the official car parks only.

Blue badge parking is available for ticketholders with accessibility needs and this can also be booked directly through the Wembley Official Parking website. For any further accessibility requirements, please review Wembley Stadium’s Access Information page, or visit the Guest support portal.

Stadium access

The Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final kicks off at 14.30.

Please arrive early at the stadium to allow enough time for necessary security checks, including enhanced searches and bag checks.

General admission to the stadium will open two hours before kick-off at 12.30. Hospitality turnstiles will open three hours before kick-off at 11.30

Children (14 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of two will not be permitted into the stadium.

The game is expected to finish around 16.15. Extra time and penalties will be in operation should the match finish in a tie. Please allow additional time for this.


Tickets for this fixture are now sold out. Anyone without a ticket should not travel to the game.

Fan Zones

There are two fan zones to the East and West of the stadium. For this year’s Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final the zones will be unsegregated and available to supporters of both teams.

The West fan zone will feature several family-friendly activations which supporters can enjoy prior to kick-off, including table football and football darts as well as food and soft drinks.

The East Fan zone offers supporters the chance to enjoy food, soft and alcoholic drinks, while listening to the latest sounds from our resident DJ. It is the perfect place to soak up the pre-match party atmosphere. 

The fan zones will be open from 10.30 – 14.00 and stop serving alcohol (East fan zone only) one hour before kick-off (13.30).

Supporters will need to present a valid stadium ticket to enter the area which has a limited capacity. The stadium’s bag policy (see below) also applies to anyone visiting the fan zone.

No-street-drinking zone

Since 2022 Brent Council, and its partners, have enforced a no-street-drinking zone on Olympic Way and the surrounding area for ALL events at Wembley Stadium. This is part of the current Public Space Order Protection in place around the stadium on event days. More information on the order can be found here.

Fans drinking on Olympic Way and the surrounding streets ahead of the final will be asked to hand over their alcohol and enforcement action may be considered.

Supporters wanting alcohol before the game should head for the licensed bars or restaurants in the area or make their way to the dedicated fan zones outside the stadium.

Restricted bag policy

Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Each person can only bring one small bag into the stadium, and it must not be bigger than A4 size:

Height – 297mm (11.7 inches) - Width – 210mm (8.27 inches) - Depth – 210mm (8.27 inches)

Please note, this means the overall bag size – bags that are half-full and folded over to reduce their size will not be accepted. Anyone carrying bags that do not meet the criteria above will not be allowed into the stadium. A full list of prohibited items can be found here.


The use of pyrotechnics, flares and smoke devices inside or outside Wembley Stadium is illegal and prohibited. Anyone caught carrying or using pyrotechnical equipment inside the stadium will be immediately ejected from the stadium, banned from future events and dealt with by police. Those caught using pyrotechnic equipment anywhere outside of the stadium will be in breach of the PSPO order and face enforcement action.

Disabled supporters

Wembley Stadium is a welcoming and inclusive venue for all guests with access requirements. There are 310 places for wheelchair users, each with a personal assistant/companion seat. The stadium also provides a range of services for guests with specialist access requirements including a shuttle service from Wembley Park Station. More information can be found here.

Persistent standing

Persistent standing during a match at Wembley Stadium is strictly forbidden (unless with a ticket for the safe standing area) and may result in ejection from the ground. Persistent standing not only compromises crowd safety, but also affects the matchday experience of fellow spectators, especially children and elderly people.

Anti-social and discriminatory behaviour

Wembley Stadium operates a zero-tolerance policy on any form of anti-social and discriminatory behaviour, in line with the Love Football, Protect the Game campaign

If you witness any anti-social or discriminatory behaviour on the day, text HELP to 66566 or contact your nearest steward.