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We’re down to the last two teams in the FA Cup as Chelsea face Liverpool in a match up between two of the biggest teams on the planet.
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The oldest cup competition in the world is also celebrating a big milestone as it turns 150 this year… but when is the FA Cup final at Wembley? You’ll find the date and kick-off time details for this year’s showpiece below.
When is the FA Cup final 2022?
The FA Cup final is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 14 at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The match will kick-off at 4.45pm after the traditional pre-match pomp and ceremony.
Which teams are playing in the FA Cup final 2022?
Chelsea face Liverpool in the FA Cup final after the Blues beat Crystal Palace in the last four while the Reds got the better of Premier League title rivals Manchester City in the other semi-final.
Chelsea v Liverpool – Saturday, May 14 (4.45pm)
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Liverpool’s hopes of an unprecedented quadruple suffered a blow when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Tottenham in the Premier League to hand the advantage to title rivals Manchester City but Jurgen Klopp’s men already have the EFL Cup in the bag and a place in the Champions League final.
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By their high standards, it’s been a relatively underwhelming campaign for Chelsea but off-the-pitch drama surrounding Roman Abramovich and the ownership issues can be blamed. Thomas Tuchel’s team have lifted silverware, however, with the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup being added to the club’s trophy cabinet.
What about some FA Cup final tips?
We called up Liverpool legend and Paddy Power ambassador Phil Thompson for his best bets and, rather unsurprisingly, the Anfield icon is backing Liverpool to Win and Both Teams To Score as one of his three fancies. “Chelsea are not as good as they were in the early states of the season and I think Liverpool have just got more all round than Chelsea,” Paddy’s pal says.
If that wasn’t enough, Paddy Power football trader Brian McDonnell has also got involved with his tips for the big match. “I think Chelsea will be confident coming into this one. In their last four head-to-heads against Liverpool, Liverpool haven’t beaten them in 90 minutes,” our man says. He fancies The Draw inside 90 minutes as one of his two best bets.
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