Bristol Academy are hoping to win the FA Women's Cup for the first time in their history on Sunday when they take on Arsenal at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium. As is the tradition for cup finalists, the Academy have released an FA Cup song. Get ready to take your shoes off!
Bristol Academy captain Corinne Yorston used to play for Sunday's opponents Arsenal. The left-back will lift the trophy at the Keepmoat Stadium if her current team comes out on top and she's looking forward to the challenge.
Bristol Academy are hoping to win the FA Women's Cup for the first time in their history on Sunday when they play Arsenal at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. The Academy lost to The Gunners in the final two years ago. Manager Mark Sampson believes they have a much better chance of this time.
In football, it is a big weekend for Bristol Academy. The team are preparing for the FA Women's Cup Final against Arsenal on Sunday (26 May). The Vixens are looking to avenge defeat by the same team in the final two years ago.
The match will be played at the Keepmoat Stadium - home of Doncaster Rovers - and kick-off is at 3pm.
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson has given his backing to Bristol Academy ahead of the FA Women's Cup Final on Sunday.
The team are looking to win the trophy for the first time when they take on Arsenal at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster.
Bristol lost to the Gunners in the final two years ago, but manager Mark Sampson believes his side stand a much better chance this time around.
Bristol Academy have moved to the top of the Women's Super League after a 2-0 win over previous leaders Chelsea.
Jemma Rose and Natalia Pablos Sanchon scored the goals in the second half at the Stoke Gifford Stadium.
The Vixens are now the only team to have won every game.
Bristol Academy have reached the final of the FA Women's Cup for the second time in three seasons. They beat Lincoln Ladies 2-0 at Ashton Gate in the semi-final today thanks to goals from Spanish strikers Natalia Pablos Sanchon and Laura Del Rio.
Bristol will play Arsenal in the final next month.
Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club has reached agreement for the transfer of Natalia Teresa Pablos Sanchon from Spanish club Rayo Vallecano.
Natalia will join the Vixens - subject to international clearance - for the start of their FA WSL campaign, against Everton Ladies on Thursday April 18th.
The 27 year old Spanish International joins the club with a record of over 300 goals - at a rate of over a goal a game in the Spanish Superliga.
She also scored the first goal in Rayo’s 2-0 Champions League victory over current WSL Champions Arsenal ladies in 2010/11 season.