he FA Cup final is fast approaching, so Liverpool and Chelsea fans should start preparing if they want to cheer on their team in the final.
Earlier in April, Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 2-0 and Liverpool beat Man City 3-2 to earn their places in the domestic showpiece event.
The two teams will go head to head in the final at Wembley – but when is the FA Cup final and how can you get tickets?
When is the FA Cup Final?
The FA Cup final will take place on Sunday, May 15, at 4.45pm.
Where is the FA Cup final?
The FA Cup final will take place at Wembley Stadium in London, which has a capacity of 80,000.
How to watch the FA Cup final
The FA Cup Final will air on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, ITV, UTV, STV, STV Player and ITV Hub.
There will also be radio coverage on BBC 5Live and talkSPORT.
How to get FA Cup final tickets
Liverpool and Chelsea have each been allocated 30,500 tickets.
The prices vary based on category, which are as follows:
- Category 1: £145 (adult)/£135 (concessions)
- Category 2: £115 (adult)/£105 (concessions)
- Category 3: £70 (adult)/£60 (concessions)
- Category 4: £45 (adult)/£35 (concessions)
The premium seats on Level 2 cost:
- £250 (adult)/£230 (concessions)
- £225 (adult)/£205 (concessions)
Tickets will be released based on priority tiers that may vary between the clubs. Check Chelsea FC’s ticket information and Liverpool FC’s ticket information for details. The first tickets have been sold, with more tickets set to be released this week.