The 2016/17 FA Cup final takes place this Saturday at Wembley Stadium between London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal.
The newly crowned Premier League champions Chelsea could secure a double in Antonio Conte’s first season in charge but Arsene Wenger will be looking to record a record seventh FA Cup triumph and a third FA Cup trophy in four seasons.
The match will air live on BBC One at 4.15pm and on BT Sport 2 from 4.30pm. Kick-off 5.30pm.
The BBC will host a day of FA Cup coverage on Saturday beginning with BBC Breakfast (6.30-10am, BBC One) with live reports from the hallowed turf of Wembley on Saturday morning.
Dan Walker then presents a special edition of Football Focus (noon-1pm, BBC One) pitchside alongside Chelsea and Arsenal legends, Ruud Gullit and Martin Keown.
As for the BBC’s main coverage, Gary Lineker will be joined alongside Alan Shearer, Ian Wright and Frank Lampard.
Guy Mowbray and Danny Murphy will provide live match commentary and Gabby Logan, Dan Walker and Ruud Gullit will be on pitchside reporting duties.
Jake Humphrey will front BT Sport’s coverage.
Highlights will air on BBC One from 11.35pm, and BT Sport 1 from 11.30pm on Saturday evening.
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