For the first time since 2007, Manchester United and Chelsea will compete this year's FA Cup final on Saturday evening. A trophy that has eluded both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte thus far during their spells in charge of both clubs, here are all the details you need, including what time is the FA Cup final and where you can watch it.
When is the FA Cup final?
With the Premier League season rounding up last week, the FA Cup final will take place on Saturday.
What time is the FA Cup final?
The FA Cup final will kick off at 5:15 pm this year.
Where can you watch the FA Cup final?
The FA Cup final will be broadcast on TV3, BBC One and BT Sport 2.
The coverage on TV3 starts at 4:00 pm and will feature Graeme Souness and Neil Lennon in studio. Ian Wright and Alan Shearer will be joining Gary Lineker on BBC One from 4:10 pm, while BT Sport will similarly begin their coverage at 4:00 pm.
If that isn't enough FA Cup action for you, BBC One have a 'Road to Wembley' show charting the progress of each side thus far starting at 3.20 pm.
How have both teams got on so far?
Suffering a few scares along the way, Antonio Conte's Chelsea were taken to a 3rd round replay against Norwich City. After dispatching Newcastle United and Hull City with ease, Leicester City very nearly derailed their bid in the quarter-final, but Chelsea prevailed. In the semi-final at Wembley, Conte's men made short work of Southampton in a 2-0 win remembered for this wonderful Olivier Giroud goal.
Manchester United's run to the final has been equally low-key. Easing past Derby County, Yeovil Town, Huddersfield Town and Brighton & Hove Albion before facing their first real test, Jose Mourinho's men came from a goal behind to Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in the semi-final; Paul Pogba showing what he could do with the cross for United's equaliser.
So, once again, what time is the FA Cup final? 5.15 pm, and you can watch it on one of TV3, BBC One or BT Sport 2.