The Women's FA Cup Final this year will be contested by Manchester United and Chelsea after both clubs won their respective semi-finals over the weekend.
United saw off Brighton 3-2 at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday, before holders Chelsea edged out Aston Villa 1-0 at Walsall on Sunday.
This year's Women's FA Cup Final will take place on Sunday 14th May with the kick-off time to be confirmed in due course.
The final will be played at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, where a crowd in excess of 50,000 is anticipated to be in attendance.
Wembley is the largest stadium in the UK and hosts major football matches, including the home games of the men's England national football team.
The national stadium has hosted the Women's FA Cup Final every year since 2015 and last year a record crowd of 49,094 watched as Chelsea beat Manchester City 3-2 after extra-time in a thrilling game.
Previous venues for the final include Prenton Park, Loftus Road, Upton Park, Stadium:MK and the City Ground.
The FA Cup final is set to be available to watch live on BBC One and live streamed on BBC iPlayer.
There have been 52 previous Women's FA Cup Finals in the primary cup competition for women's football teams in England.
This year's showpiece event will be the 29th to be played directly under the control of The Football Association.
Arsenal are the record 14-times winners of the competition, but they have not lifted the trophy since 2016.
Southampton are the next best with eight victories, then come Doncaster Belles with six, while Chelsea are fourth on the list having won the Cup four times.
As WSL clubs, both Chelsea and Manchester United entered the competition at the fourth round proper stage so they have come through four rounds to reach the final.
Chelsea have seen off Liverpool (3-2), Arsenal (2-0), Reading (3-1) and Villa (1-0) to seal a place in the final, while United have overcome Sunderland (2-1), Durham (5-0), Lewes (3-1) and Brighton (3-2) so far.
Chelsea are likely to be favourites on the day as they are the holders and are currently the 8/11 favourites to win the Women's Super League, despite sitting second in the table.