The date and kick-off time for this season's FA Cup final at Wembley between Chelsea and Liverpool have been confirmed, along with the match officials and team colours for both sides...
It will be a 4.45pm (UK time) start for the 2021/22 showpiece on Saturday 14 May, our third successive appearance in the final.
Chelsea will be donning our all-yellow away strip, as we did in the semi-final victory over Crystal Palace, with Liverpool in their traditional red. Blues supporters have been allocated the east end of the ground.
Craig Pawson will take charge of proceedings as referee, with Paul Tierney overseeing the VAR. The match will be broadcast live around the world, including on the BBC and ITV in the UK.
Tickets will be sold as follows:
Thursday 28 April from 10am until 5pm ONLINE ONLY: Supporters on the UK away scheme can purchase one ticket. Supporters on the away scheme will be given 500 temporary loyalty points in order to select the price tier they require. These temporary loyalty points will be removed at 5pm on Thursday 28 April.
Supporters on the UK away scheme can purchase a purchase a maximum of 10 tickets in one transaction on Thursday 28 April. This allows scheme holders to sit with the supporters they usually sit with at away matches.Friday 29 April from 10am until 11.30am ONLINE ONLY: Tickets will be sold to season ticket holders on a loyalty point basis. The number of loyalty points required will be announced on Thursday 28 by 6pm.
Friday 29 April from 12pm until 1.30pm ONLINE ONLY: Tickets will be sold to season ticket holders on a loyalty point basis. The number of loyalty points required will be announced on Thursday 28 by 6pm.
Friday 29 April from 2pm until 3.30pm ONLINE ONLY: Tickets will be sold to season ticket holders on a loyalty point basis. The number of loyalty points required will be announced on Thursday 28 by 6pm.
Friday 29 April from 4pm until 6pm ONLINE ONLY: All remaining season ticket holders can purchase one ticket per person.
Should any tickets remain after this sales period, a further announcement will be made.
Tickets will not go on general sale for this match.
Disabled Supporters Application Process
Disabled supporters can apply by telephone sales on the disability line 0371 811 2012 or international 0044 207 915 1950 or by submitting the application form to [email protected] during the relevant sales period as detailed above.
Supporters who are registered disabled wishing to apply by email can download the away disabled ticket application form which can be found by clicking here.
To receive a personal assistant ticket disabled supporters will need to apply by telephone sales or via the application form and not purchase online.
We have received an allocation of 30,500 tickets for the FA Cup Final. Within the allocation we have received 100 wheelchair positions and 100 personal assistants tickets. We also received 301 ambulant tickets and 301 personal assistants tickets. Chelsea have been allocated the East side of the Wembley Stadium.
Supporters wishing to book car parking should visit www.wembleyofficialparking.com or call 020 8903 6966.
Conditions of IssueAll supporters purchasing a ticket will automatically accept the Conditions of Sale and Ground Regulations as set out by The FA.
Dispatching of ticketsAll tickets will be posted out by Royal Mail special delivery as recommended by the FA. All tickets must be signed for at the time of delivery. If supporters are not able to sign for the tickets when they are delivered, the tickets will then be held at the local sorting office to be collected.
The cost to send the tickets out via Special Delivery is £7.43 per transaction.
Tickets will be dispatched via Royal Mail Special Delivery from Thursday 5 May. If supporters are not available when an attempted delivery is made you should contact Royal Mail to arrange re-delivery.
Duplicate ticketsSupporters who do not receive their tickets by post should contact the ticket office from 9:15am until 4pm on Friday 13 May.
Duplicate tickets cannot be requested if tickets have not been collected from a Royal Mail sorting office.
Those supporters who have requested a duplicate ticket must collect it from the east stand ticket office at Wembley Stadium on the day of the match between the hours from 12-3pm
General ticket rulesSupporters aged under 14 years old must be accompanied by a responsible Adult.
Supporters aged under 2 years old cannot attend the fixture.
All supporters aged 2 and over will be required to have a valid match ticket.
Loyalty pointsSupporters will receive 0 (zero) loyalty points for this match.
Adults Level Two (seat only) £250Level Two (seat only) £225Category one £145Category two £115Category three £70Category four £45
65 or over/under 20 Level Two (seat only) £230Level Two (seat only) £205Category one £135Category two £105Category three £60Category four £35
Personal Assistant Free of Charge
Non-ambulant/ambulant ticket pricesAdults £45.0065 or over/under 20 £35.00Personal Assistant Free of Charge
Ambulant supporter’s tickets will be allocated from the general ticket allocation and priced as set out above.
Visually Impaired SupportersWembley Stadium operates a free of charge system for personal commentary receivers and either a headset or a mini-induction loop, so commentary is available. These can be used anywhere within the seating bowl and can be collected form one of Wembley’s information booths on the internal concourse on the day of the match.
All ticket sales are subject to availability. Match dates and ticket on-sale dates are subject to change. Please check the website for the latest information.