The FA Cup final remains a treasured afternoon for football fans. Wembley Way, pies, scarves, the lot. This year it's Chelsea vs Manchester United, a repeat of the 2007 final when Jose Mourinho led Chelsea to a 1-0 win. He'll be hoping for the opposite this time.

Manchester United's distant second to rivals City still looks better than Chelsea's title defence, but both will be relishing the opportunity to end the season with silverware.

Not in the UK? Click here to see how to watch.

When is it on?

The FA Cup final kicks off at 17:15 BST on Saturday 19 May.

Watch the FA Cup final on the BBC for free

Some FA Cup matches are still shown on the BBC, a football broadcast tradition we can all cling onto.

Click here to watch the FA Cup final from 17:00 BST on 19 May.

You can also watch it via the BBC iPlayer app for your phone or tablet, or the BBC Sport website.

Not in the UK? Not a problem

You can watch the FA Cup final if you have a TV license to watch the BBC, but if you're on holiday outside the UK you can too by using a VPN.

A VPN is software that allows you to access blocked content even if you're not in the country, and it also improves your privacy.

A particularly good option is Nord VPN, which you can look at here..

Simply installing on your computer, phone or tablet will allow you to watch the matches if you're outside the UK.