On 16 October 2014, City's women's team lifted our first piece of major silverware, defeating Arsenal in an incredible underdog story.
Navigating our debut season in the top flight, no-one expected Nick Cushing's side to complete our maiden campaign with a trophy... but we did.
Against all odds, we triumphed over the much-fancied Gunners - the most successful side in English women's football - to clinch a famous win.
A side mixed with youth and experience - a blend of the original City Ladies squad and England internationals - was selected for our first major Cup Final, and they certainly stood up to the task.
Karen Bardsley produced an impressive display to preserve our clean sheet and as a result, Cushing's side grew in confidence as the game wore on.
Having soaked up first-half pressure, we dominated the second period. Captain Steph Houghton went close twice with two trademark free-kicks, but the decisive moment would arrive courtesy of Izzy Christiansen, who rose to head home Krystle Johnston's pinpoint delivery with just 18 minutes left on the clock.
City survived a late onslaught to upset the odds and Houghton lifted the trophy she had once clinched with the Gunners to make City history.
Relive the memorable clash above...