“The Women’s FA Cup continues to play a significant role in the development of women’s football in England,” says Meri Markoska, Business Development Manager for Thomas Lyte. “The trophy is a symbol of the importance of the competition and the dedication and hard work of the teams that compete for it.”
This year’s final sees Manchester United in their first final, while Chelsea, who have lifted the trophy four times since 2014/15, aim to make it a fifth. Regardless of the result, both clubs are now part of a fabric that has shifted unimaginably since Thomas Lyte’s original commission. It’s a tribute to the Lionesses, to their journey, and to the passion and hard work of everyone involved in women’s football.