It is almost upon us; Manchester United vs Chelsea, Jose Mourinho vs Antonio Conte - the 2018 FA Cup final. With the last trophy of the domestic English season on the line, we have all the details you need about where to watch the FA Cup final, and all the other information you need.
Where to watch the FA Cup final?
You will have plenty of options of places to watch the FA Cup final this year. For viewers in Ireland, TV3 will be broadcasting the game, while BBC One and BT Sport 2 are also showing the game.
What time does the FA Cup final start?
The match is due to kick-off at 5.15 pm.
What time does the coverage start?
TV3 are first out of the blocks, starting their coverage at 4:00 pm. BT Sport & BBC One both get things kicked off at 4:15 pm.
Who will be in each studio?
TV3 will have Graeme Souness and Neil Lennon in studio, while BBC One have at least Alan Shearer and Ian Wright joining Gary Lineker. BT Sport have as yet not released their staff on duty.
How have the two teams arrived to this point?
Well, Chelsea have had a few scares along the way; taken to a 3rd round replay against Norwich City. After that, comfortable victories against Newcastle United and Hull City pre-empted another difficult outing against Leicester City. Easily moving beyond Southampton in the semi-final with a 2-0 win, Olivier Giroud will be hoping to recreate some of his magic that day in the final.
For Manchester United, it has been a largely straight-forward run. Taking care of Derby County, Yeovil Town, Huddersfield Town and Brighton & Hove Albion before meeting Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-final, Paul Pogba was in sensational form as he helped drag United out of a losing position to claim a valuable 2-1 win.
So, once again, where to watch the FA Cup final? Your choices are three-fold, TV3, BBC One or BT Sport 2 - Kick-off is at 5:15 pm.