Barnsley Women's FC tasted defeat but still made history on Sunday by playing in front of 28,565 fans at Newcastle United's St James' Park.
The crowd for the Women's FA Cup match was a record for the competition away from Wembley finals.
The Reds took the lead early on through Emily Pierrepont but the hosts netted twice in quick sucession midway through the second half.
Manager Lois Daniels tweeted: "Super super proud of this group. What a day, weekend and occasion. "Credit to Newcastle for everything you’re doing for the women’s game. My girls have had a day to remember, and thousands of young girls have been inspired."
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