Redknapp excited by potential of women's football ahead of FA Cup final

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"To be able to play in FA Cup finals at Wembley is a dream come true".

But for 24-year-old Brianna Visalli, it has been well worth it as she contemplates Saturday's FA Women's Cup Final at Wembley.

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More than 80,000 were inside Wembley when the United States of America beat Japan in the Olympic final seven years ago, though the record for modern club football City and West Ham are hoping to surpass is the 45,423 set for Chelsea against Arsenal in last year's FA Cup final.

Talking on Yahoo Sport's The Football Show, Kmita said: "I think we are in a better position being underdogs, we have been all season".

The showpiece event at the national stadium caps a stunning turnaround in fortunes after a series of initial hiccups, including the nadir of the season so far, a 7-1 defeat to cup final opponents City in October.

For Sunderland, however, fans can console themselves with the fact that three of their former players are ready to ruin West Ham's day. "We have a lot of players who haven't been in this position in the FA Cup or played at Wembley, including myself, but we are allowed to get excited, but when we are on the pitch, we try to focus on the next game". "We think we have a chance of winning another trophy".

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Although they have been pipped to the title by Arsenal, City have not lost a single WSL game this term and Saturday's contest is one of two more fixtures they have left as they look to complete the season unbeaten domestically.

Scotland global Ross, 29, joined the fledgling Hammers last summer after two years with City, during which time she won both the league title and the FA Cup.

"We're disappointed in the outcome of the league but we're proud of our form this year", Cushing said.

"The fact that we are ending the season with the FA Cup is unbelievable. we would have chewed anyone's hand off if they said we would have been in this position and the beginning of the season". "When we won 3-1 at Rush Green it wasn't a bad performance - West Ham gave us quite a tough game".

"Most importantly, I was at the Chelsea game in the Conti Cup semi-final and we have to be very wary of that with the pace of someone like Nikita Paris on the break".

"But we're a completely different team [now]". I've got senior players around me who have done this. It's nice for me to feel comfort from them on the day.

"The whole football club should really celebrate getting to Wembley, not just the women's team or the men's team".

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