Arsenal take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final on August 1st, and the details of the fixture have been announced.
In simple terms
Venue: Wembley Stadium
Kick-off time: 5.30pm
Referee: Anthony Taylor – he was also in charge of the 2017 final in which we beat Chelsea 2-1.
Kits: Arsenal are rumoured to be wearing the 2020-21 home kit for this game. They will wear some blue monstrosity.
TV: It will be broadcast in the UK on the BBC and BT Sport, and around the world via your local provider.
Opposition: Massive twats.
This is the 139th final, and a chance for Arsenal to end a difficult season on a high note. Not only would it be a trophy, it’s our only chance of playing European football next season – something which will have serious implications on our transfer business if we don’t qualify.
The Gunners have won the cup 13 times, more than any other club, and need to make it 14. Perhaps with goals from the number 14, whose double against Man City sent us through to the final last week. That would be nice.
Lots more to come on this game, and all the build-up in the days ahead.
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