The draw will be made on Monday evening at 5pm on talksport as the FA WSL and FA WC teams enter the competition with ties to be played on Sun 26 January.

MILTON KEYNES, ENGLAND - JUNE 01: Emma Byrne and Niamh Fahey of Arsenal Ladies with the trophy after winning the FA Women's Cup Final match between Everton Ladies and Arsenal Ladies at Stadium mk on June 1, 2014 in Milton Keynes, England. (Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images)
MILTON KEYNES, ENGLAND – JUNE 01: Emma Byrne and Niamh Fahey of Arsenal Ladies with the trophy after winning the FA Women’s Cup Final match between Everton Ladies and Arsenal Ladies at Stadium mk on June 1, 2014 in Milton Keynes, England. (Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images)

The FA Cup final will be played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 9 May and Lia Wälti has already expressed her desire to play there when she renewed her contract.

Ball numbers:

Arsenal are number 1, as they always should be.

The best draw would obviously be against a third or fourth tier team at home, and the worst would be Chelsea, City or United away.

Any team with the ball number 24 to 32 would be a good draw, basically.

In terms of travel, London Bees or Spurs away would be the most interesting while Durham or Sunderland would be the worse draw in terms of mileage.

1 ARSENAL
2 ASTON VILLA**
3 BIRMINGHAM CITY*
4 BLACKBURN ROVERS**
5 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION*
6 BRISTOL CITY*
7 CHARLTON ATHLETIC**
8 CHELSEA*
9 COVENTRY UNITED**
10 CRYSTAL PALACE**
11 DURHAM**
12 EVERTON*
13 LEICESTER CITY**
14 LEWES**
15 LIVERPOOL*
16 LONDON BEES**
17 LONDON CITY LIONESSES**
18 MANCHESTER CITY*
19 MANCHESTER UNITED*
20 READING*
21 SHEFFIELD UNITED**
22 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR*
23 WEST HAM UNITED*
24 FYLDE** OR SUNDERLAND**
25 BURNLEY***
26  HUDDERSFIELD TOWN***
27 BARNSLEY****
28 IPSWICH TOWN****
29 WATFORD***
30 SOUTHAMPTON FC WOMEN****
31 SOUTHAMPTON WOMEN’S FC****
32 BILLERICAY TOWN**** OR ACTONIANS****
* denotes FA Women Super League team
** denotes FA Women Championship team
*** denotes FA Women National League team
**** denotes Fourth tier team
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