The Heads Up FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Chelsea takes place on Saturday 1 August 2020, and will be screened live across the world.
Following the semi-finals earlier this month, when Arsenal beat Manchester City and Chelsea saw off Manchester United, it's a London derby in store at Wembley Stadium and a repeat of the 2017 Final, which was edged by the Gunners.
- The Heads Up FA Cup Final
- 5.30pm BST, Saturday 1 August 2020
- Wembley Stadium connected by EE
- Winners receive £3.6m from prize fund
- Runners-up receive £1.8m from prize fund
This year's Final kicks-off at 5.30pm BST in the UK and will be shown live on both BBC One and BT Sport. We would urge all supporters to watch the Final from afar and in a safe place and to stay away from Wembley Stadium.
BBC’s coverage starts at 4.30pm BST on BBC One and BBC iPlayer with record seven-time men’s FA Cup winner Ashley Cole alongside Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright from Wembley Stadium.
Robin Van Persie, Joe Cole and Rio Ferdinand join presenter Jake Humphrey for BT Sport’s coverage which kicks-off at 4.15pm BST on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate (in 4K with HDR).
Cup fans around the world will be able to tune in to the 2019-20 season's showpiece game via our Emirates FA Cup broadcast partners, so check the list below to see where you can watch the game in your region.
Meanwhile, the Cup Final Fan Show presented by Budweiser will also be live on Emirates FA Cup social channels (Twitter, Facebook and YouTube) from 4.45pm BST. Hosts Josh Denzel and David Alorka will be joined by special guests Adebayo Akinfenwa and Eni Aluko for a live watch along.
Arsenal and Chelsea fans from across the world will be brought together via a live chat and the show will check in with Arsenal and Chelsea legends Gilberto Silva, Paulo Ferreira and Juliano Belletti as they watch from home.
Fans are invited to send their questions in for the studio team on the @EmiratesFACup Twitter account and during the Final, fans watching at home can get involved using the #HeadsUpFACup or the specific show hashtag #FanShow.
France: beIn Sports
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain: DAZN
Cyprus: CYTA (TAF)
Israel: Charlton/Sport 1
Portugal: Sport TV
Greece: One Channel (TAF)
Republic of Ireland: Eir Sports
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia: Sportklub
Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan: Saran and FutbolTV
Czech Republic and Slovakia: ARQ & Digisport
Middle East & North Africa: beIn MENA
Japan: Skyperfect and DAZN
Malaysia: Measat / Astro
Korea Republic: Eclat
Vietnam: FPT and SCTV
India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka: Sony
Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos: beIN Sport
Hong Kong: Sports2World
New Zealand: Sky NZ
Australia: ESPN / ESPN+
Canada: Rogers, Sportsnet, Sportsnet World and SN Now
USA: ESPN / ESPN+
LATAM and Caribbean: ESPN / ESPN+
Sub-saharan Africa: Supersport and Startimes
Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe: Azam Media
Togo: New World TV