U's female representatives do the club proud.
The competition, which is organised on behalf of The Football League by The Football League Trust, has a unique format.
The 72 winners than took part took part in eight Area Finals in January with winners progressing to the regional finals.
Monday's regional finals saw sides representing Cardiff City, Colchester, Brentford and Southend United take part, with Brentford's representatives defeating Moulsham in the final after the two teams progressed from the round robin group stage.
"The girls are now just one step away from Wembley, competing against only three other teams, with a once in a lifetime experience within their grasp. However, perhaps the most important outcome is that the competition is encouraging so many girls to be active at an early age."
"At Ferrero we believe that active children are more likely to grow into active adults, and so we are passionate about inspiring future generations to embrace physical exercise, and gain a sense of joy from living an active and healthy life which we to achieve through the Kinder + Sport programme.
"Led by clubs in their regions, the tournaments provide children with a truly unique opportunity to be exposed to the world of professional sport, and we hope that they are inspired to remain active following this."
"The Kinder+Sport Football League Kids and Girls Cup use that connection, along with the chance to play on a national stage at Wembley, to drive participation as part of The Football League’s ongoing commitment to grassroots football."
The winners of the divisional northern and southern finals then qualify for the chance to play at Wembley before the Sky Bet Football League Play-Off Final of the relevant division.