2013–14 FA Women's Cup

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2013–14 FA Women's Cup
Country  England

The 2013–14 FA Women's Cup is the 43rd season of the FA Women's Cup, the main domestic knockout Cup competition in English women's football. Arsenal are the defending champions and the final will be played at Stadium mk.

Third round[edit]

Entering are 10 WSL 2 teams, they are joined by 22 winners of the second round.

5th round[edit]

Entering this round are the eight WSL 1 teams, they join eight winners of the fourth round. Played on 13 April 2014.

6th Round[edit]

The 6th round, also known as the quarter finals, draw was made on 14 April 2014. The matches will be played on Sunday 27 April unless the clubs agree otherwise. The winners advance into the semi finals and receive £1,000 in prize money.[1] Seven teams play in the WSL 1, Portsmouth Ladies play in the Women’s Premier 2nd Level, which is the fourth level.

27 April 2014
Portsmouth Ladies 0–2 Notts County
report (2)
Sophie Bradley Goal 72'
Jess Clarke Goal 75'
Privett Park, Gosport
Attendance: 410
26 April 2014
Liverpool 0–2 Everton
report Nikita Parris Goal 10'
Alex Greenwood Goal 30'
27 April 2014
Manchester City 1–3 Chelsea
Toni Duggan Goal 10' report Laura Coombs Goal 7'
Eni Aluko Goal 16'
Katie Chapman Goal 59'
4 May 2014
Birmingham City 1–2 Arsenal
Remi Allen Goal 30' report
report (2)
Kelly Smith Goal 39' (Pen)
Freda Ayisi Goal 54'
Damson Park,Solihull
Attendance: 487
Referee: Geoffrey Laws

Semi Finals[edit]

The draw for the semi finals was made on the 14th April, with the venues for the matches to be decided at a later date. The matches will be played on 11 May.[1] Only WSL 1 teams remain. On the 30th April the FA announced that Woking’s Kingfield Stadium and Alfreton’s Impact Arena will host the matches.[2]

11 May 2014
Chelsea 3–5 (a.e.t.) Arsenal
Ji So-yun Goal 69'
Yuki Ogimi Goal 85'
Eniola Aluko Goal 104'
Kelly Smith Goal 70'86'
Danielle Carter Goal 93'
Shinobu Ohno Goal 99'
Casey Stoney Goal 109'
Kingfield Stadium, Woking[2]
Attendance: 877
Referee: Sian Piret
11 May 2014
Notts County 1–2 Everton
Katie Hoyle Goal 55' report
Nikita Parris Goal 14'29'
Impact Arena, Alfreton[2]
Attendance: 638
Referee: Elizabeth Simms


On the 15th February 2014, the FA announced that the final would be held at Stadium mk and will kick off at 16:30 on the 1st of June.[3] In May 2014 Martin Atkinson was named the referee for the final with Lindsey Robinson and Mark Dwyer as assistants with Rebecca Welch serving as the fourth official.The match was broadcast live on BBC Two.[4]

1 June 2014
Arsenal 2 – 0 Everton
Kelly Smith Goal 15'
Yukari Kinga Goal 61'
Stadium mk, Milton Keynes
Attendance: 15,098
Referee: Martin Atkinson


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