Prince William to attend The FA cup Final in Cardiff

Published 09 May 2006

Prince William will attend The FA Cup Final between Liverpool and West Ham United at The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 13th May 2006.

In his capacity as the new President of The Football Association, Prince William will:

• Present, on arrival, The FA Cup Player of the Round Awards to players from teams from every round of the competition

• Meet senior FA officials and have lunch with them and VIPs in The FA’s suite at The Millennium Stadium

• Be presented before the kick-off to match-day officials, and the managers and players from both teams

• Present, after the final whistle, the medals to match officials and teams and The FA Cup to the winning team

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