The FA Cup Final is upon us with Man City potentially doing the double after winning the Premier League. But can Watford stop them? Here's the date, kick-off time and channel so you don't miss any of the action.
Not in the UK? Click here to see how to watch.
FA Cup Final date, time and TV channels
The FA Cup Final will take place on 18 May at 5pm BST.
It will take place at Wembley stadium and you can watch it live on BBC One or BT Sport 2.
Stream the FA Cup Final for free
With the final on BBC One, you can watch for free on your TV or on the internet with various devices via the BBC iPlayer.
If you want to, you can also watch it via BT Sport.
Watch FA Cup Final in Ultra HD
For the first time the BBC will showing the final Ultra HD (4K) and HDR. You'll need a supported device - check the requirements here. If your device fits the bill, you need only to press the Red Button or open the BBC iPlayer app on your TV to watch the match in this format.
However, the BBC warns that "Due to the experimental nature of the FA Cup trial and the high bandwidth required, there will be a cap of tens of thousands of people watching live at a time, as there was during the World Cup. Audiences will need an internet connection of at least 40Mbit per second."
You can watch the FA Cup 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. You'll also need it to watch BT Sport from abroad.
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 NordVPN, 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. Read our more detailed guide here.