The 2022/23 Sky Sports Cup Final will see Rangers against Hibernian at Tynecastle Park on Sunday 11th December. The match is a 12.30pm kick-off, with family-friendly entertainment and events taking place before the match from around 11am.
Tickets will go on sale Tuesday (8th November) at 10am, priced at £8 for adults and £1 for children/concessions. Tickets can be purchased online or in person at Tynecastle Park.
Segregation will not be in operation, but fans can sit together to create an atmosphere for their team should they choose. Rangers fans are encouraged to purchase seats in sections N, P, and Q while Hibernian can buy tickets for sections R, S, and T.
SWPL Managing Director, Fiona McIntyre, said: “I’d like to congratulate both teams for reaching the final of the Sky Sports Cup. Based on current form, these are two of the best teams in the country and fans can expect a fantastic spectacle on the pitch at one of Scotland’s top stadiums.
“We’ve ensured that our ticket prices remain affordable for families, something really important at this time of year and in the current climate. Not only will your ticket allow you to watch some of the best players in Scotland, there are family-friendly activities happening in and around the stadium. I’d encourage all fans to get down early and enjoy the atmosphere.”
At Petershill Park, it was a meeting between two sides with a historic rivalry in the Semi-Final. Glasgow City have had the better of the Edinburgh side in recent times but Hibs have enjoyed success, especially in cup matches.
That success returned for Hibs as they have put themselves one victory away from lifting the cup for a record eighth time. Former City forward, Krystyna Freda with both goals either side of the half-time whistle before City made it a dramatic finish. Mairead Fulton got the goal to make it 2-1 but it wasn’t enough for City.
Over in Edinburgh in the other Semi-Final, Rangers reached their first ever SWPL Cup Final with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Spartans. The away side took an early lead with Chelsea Cornet scoring with a wonderful chip from just inside the box. Kayla McCoy doubled their lead before half-time, slotting home the penalty for her first goal in the competition this season.
Finnish international, Jenny Danielsson, started the second-half scoring. Brogan Hay with her second assist of the game putting it on a plate for the forward. Lizzie Arnot got the final goal of the game, tucking the ball into the net from close range to secure Rangers’ place in the Final on the 11th of December.