Teams representing AFC Bournemouth and Shrewsbury Town will go head-to-head at Wembley next month in The Football League's Girls Cup Final after they won their respective regional finals this week.
The Football League Girls Cup is a national six-a-side competition for girls aged under 13.
The 2013/14 competition has seen a total of 727 teams enter, with more than 5,800 girls taking part.
This is the eighth season The Football League has run the competition, but it the first time a side representing either club has made it to the final.
Both sides will now be aiming to climb the Wembley steps to lift the trophy won by Derby County last season.
To get to this stage, they have already had to win through several rounds.
The Football League's 72 clubs first held their own qualifying events back in the Autumn in order to select a local school team to go on to represent them in the competition.
Broadstone Middle School won the right to represent the Cherries, while Thomas Telford School earned the honour of representing the Shrews.
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The Shrewsbury Town and AFC Bournemouth sides were then among the eight club representative teams that triumphed in the Area Finals.
The final promises to be a closely fought encounter after the pair then progressed from this week's Northern and Southern Regional Finals with impressive qualification records.
Shrewsbury faced Bolton Wanderers, Huddersfield Town and Notts County in the Northern Final at Leeds. The Shrews girls remained unbeaten in the group stage without conceding a goal before beating Notts County 2-0 in the final.
AFC Bournemouth took on Cheltenham Town, Gillingham and Watford in the Southern Regional Final, hosted by Watford. A 100% record, scoring six goals in their three games without conceding, saw them top the group and claim their place at Wembley.
As part of their prize for battling their way through to the final, both teams will now receive new kits from Football League partners Mitre, and will be treated to a special behind the scenes tour of Wembley before taking to the hallowed turf for the all-important final.
The Football League Girls Cup Final will take place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 30th March prior to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final.