It’s the great domestic showpiece of the season. The FA Cup final between Chelsea and Leicester City takes place in front of supporters on Saturday – and it’s live on BBC One, the iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
A limited number of fans will be allowed inside Wembley, while the Duke of Cambridge will be presented to both teams before the all-Premier League final, which kicks-off at 17:15 BST.
Leicester are looking to win the famous competition for the first time, while Champions League finalists Chelsea are on course for a domestic-European cup double under Thomas Tuchel.
The final will be decided on the day, with 30 minutes of extra time and penalties if required.
This season’s final is taking place before the end of the Premier League season. The last time this happened was in 2012-13, when Wigan Athletic beat Manchester City 1-0.
Chelsea will face Leicester City in the FA Cup final after beating Manchester City at Wembley on Saturday evening.
Thomas Tuchel’s side reached the final for the fourth time in the last five season after Hakim Ziyech’s finish from close range in the 55th minute knocked the Premier League leaders out, ending their dreams of a quadruple this season.
The Blues set up a tie against either Leicester City or Southampton, and it has now been confirmed they will face Brendan Rodgers’ side next month.
It ended 1-0 at Wembley in the other semi-final on Sunday evening which confirmed the teams for the final.