BARROW'S queen of football Georgia Stanway will be trying to win her second Women’s FA Cup final in three years this evening as Manchester City face West Ham United under the arch of Wembley Stadium.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of kick off…

When and where is the game?

Wembley Stadium will host the tie at 5.30pm.

Can I watch it on TV?

The game will be broadcast live on BBC One, with coverage getting under way at 5.10pm.

The game is also being screened on BT Sport 2 with the programme starting at 5.15pm.

What happens in the event of a draw?

If the match is drawn after 90 minutes, 30 minutes of extra-time will follow. Should the scores remain level, the game will be decided by penalties.

Will VAR be used?

Match officials will be supported with goal-line technology, but VAR will not be in use.

Who is refereeing the game?

Referee: Abigail Byrne.

Assistant referees: Sian Massey-Ellis and Melissa Burgin.

Fourth official: Lisa Benn.

How did Manchester City and West Ham reach the final?

Both sides entered the competition in the fourth round.

City reached the semi-final stage with a trio of 3-0 victories over Watford, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool respectively, before sealing a place in the showpiece with a 1-0 win over reigning champions, Chelsea.

West Ham required penalties to overcome Reading in the last four, having recorded 3-1, 8-1 and 1-0 wins over Blackburn Rovers, Huddersfield Town and Aston Villa in the previous rounds.