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Summary

  1. Man City win Women's FA Cup for second time in three years
  2. Walsh, Stanway & Hemp give them victory at Wembley
  3. City looking to stay unbeaten in 2018-19 domestic season
  4. West Ham playing in their first-ever FA Cup final
  5. Crowd of 43,264 down on last year's final

Live Reporting

By Andrew Aloia

All times stated are UK

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    Man City v West Ham

    This is where we leave you.

    Dusk falls on a glorious day for Manchester City at Wembley, but have we just witnessed the dawn of something special for West Ham.

    Remember, the Hammers are just new to the professional game and were plying their trade in the third tier last season before earning a Women's Super League place following the league restructure.

    Today, however, belongs to City.

  2. #changethegame women's summer of sport

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    Video caption: BBC Sport to launch #changethegame

    As we mentioned before the game, today's Women's FA Cup final marks the start of BBC Sport's #changethegame women's summer of sport season to celebrate female athletes.

    Here's what else is coming up over the next few months, live and free-to-air on the BBC across TV, radio and digital platforms:

    • Women's World Cup, football, 7 June-7 July
    • Wimbledon, tennis, 1-14 July
    • Netball World Cup, 12-21 July
    • Women's Ashes, cricket, 2-31 July
    • Women's British Open, golf, 1-4 August
    • Solheim Cup, golf, 13-15 September
    • Road World Championships, cycling, 22-29 September
    • World Athletics Championships, 28 September-6 October
    • World Para-athletics Championships, 7-15 November
  3. That precious moment

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    Ever dreamed of doing this? Yeah, me too. Imagine actually climbing the steps and getting to lift the FA Cup...

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    Video caption: Manchester City lift the Women's FA Cup
  4. In case you missed it...

    FT: Man City 3-0 West Ham

    Manchester City have beaten West Ham to win the Women's FA Cup for the second time in three years. You can catch up with everything that went on by having a gander at Tom Garry's developing report from Wembley...

    Man City beat West Ham to win FA Cup

    Manchester City celebrate

    Manchester City beat West Ham to win the Women's FA Cup for the second time in three years at Wembley.

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  5. 'Professional from City'

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    Casey Stoney

    Manchester United Women manager on BBC One

    I thought City were dominant, West Ham paid for it in the first half because they didn't keep hold of the ball and fatigue set in - if you spend that amount of time without the ball you're going to get tired especially on a big pitch like this.

    City just went about their business very professionally.

  6. 'City got into their groove'

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    Alex Scott

    Ex-Arsenal Ladies & England international on BBC One

    City didn't play well in the first half but the best teams find a way to get into their groove and that's exactly what they did.

    You could see the tiredness from West Ham in the second half, their defending was different but you still have to credit City.

  7. Goals, goals, goals

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    If you're joining us late and missed the three Manchester City goals as they went in earlier, you can relive them below...

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    Video caption: Women's FA Cup final: Keira Walsh gives Manchester City the lead over West Ham

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    Video caption: Stanway doubles Man City's lead

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    Video caption: Hemp puts gloss on Man City victory
  8. 'An incredible day'

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    Georgia Stanway, who scored Manchester City's second goal, has won the player of the match award.

    "It's unbelievable," she tells BBC One. "It's an incredible day, everyone wishes to be a part of it and we're just lucky to be here.

    "I think I tried too hard at times, but thankfully it came off with the goal."

  9. Women's FA Cup final - rate the players

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    Jane Ross

    You've been rating the players throughout this evening's Women's FA Cup final at Wembley - and you can carry on doing just that with your final marks by clicking the link below.

    West Ham striker Jane Ross is currently your pick for player of the match.

    Women's FA Cup final - rate the players

    Player Rater

    Rate the players in the Women's FA Cup final between Manchester City and West Ham.

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  10. Post update

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    This is Man City Women's sixth major trophy, all of which have come in the past five years, and all under Nick Cushing's tenure.

    Today, their second Women's FA Cup adds to their three League Cups (2014, 2016 and 2019) and their 2016 Women's Super League title.

  11. 'We played the football we've played all year'

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    Manchester City manager Nick Cushing tells BBC One: "I said at half-time I thought we played the occasion a bit. But we settled down a bit and played the football we've played all year.

    "At the start of the year I thought it'd be the closest Women's Super League season ever - we've not lost a game and still not won the title. But we'll look at that and go again."

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    Steph Houghton

    Man City captain Steph Houghton thrusts the Women's FA Cup trophy into the sky. It's theirs once more!

    The ticker tape rains down all around the players. The day is a sky blue one at Wembley.

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    There is many a hand to be shaken as the Man City players pick up their medals and file past the Women's FA Cup.

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    Now it's Manchester City's turn to climb those famous steps.

    The feeling as they walk past fans will be a very different one. It is smiles all round!

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    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Wembley

    Man City v West Ham

    Man City are serenaded with 'Hey Jude' as they celebrate wildly on the pitch, with sky blue flags waving in the stands.

    West Ham's players look gutted and exhausted. They gave their all and edged the first half, impressing in their first major final, but they ran out of steam late on.

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    The West Ham players make their way up the Wembley steps to pick up their runners-up medals, giving the army of Claret and Blue fans high fives and hugs a long the way.

  17. 'City's quality shone through in the second half'

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    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC One

    City's quality shone through in the second half. West Ham tired as the game went on but gave a real good account of themselves and had two very good opportunities.

    It could have been a different game if they went in at half-time 1-0 up but Manchester City are well deserved winners.

  18. 'It's another highlight'

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    "We didn't really play that well first half, but we've got a group of winners," Man City captain Steph Houghton tells BBC One. "We have people who want to learn and improve and we have a really good blend of youth and experience.

    "To come here and lift another trophy for Manchester City is another highlight for me."

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    Man City players joyfully embrace! They have just completed a domestic cup double.

    A well deserved win.

    But spare a thought for West Ham, a side that joined the professional ranks of the English game just eight months ago.

    It's their first final and they made Man City work for the silverware.

  20. FULL-TIME

    Man City 3-0 West Ham

    Man City celebrate

    Man City are Women's FA Cup winners for a second time!