FA Cup final 2020: How to watch and follow on the BBC

FA Cup final schedule: 08:30 The FA Cup's 50 Greatest Moments; 10:30 FA Cup Rewind - Classic Finals; 12:30 Football Focus; 13:00 Match of their Day - Ashley Cole; 13:50 FA Cup - the 2010s finals; 14:05 FA Cup Rewind - Arsenal v Chelsea 2002; 15:05 MOTD Top 10 Podcast - FA Cup Moments; 15:55 Latest from Wembley; 16:00: FA Cup - the road to Wembley; 16:30 MOTD Live - FA Cup final build-up; 17:15 MOTDx Watchalong Live - Arsenal v Chelsea

Arsenal and Chelsea meet in the Heads Up FA Cup final on Saturday, 1 August - and you can watch it live on BBC TV.

The game kicks off at 17:30 BST at Wembley and can be watched on BBC One, the iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

There are options to listen with no crowd noise, BBC Radio 5 Live commentary or with no commentary at all on the Red Button and website.

Build-up starts at 08:30 BST on a special FA Cup final channel on the iPlayer and website.

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This season's final has been renamed the Heads Up FA Cup final to raise mental health awareness.

BBC Sport's coverage kicks off with a chance to watch the 50 Greatest FA Cup moments, then at 10:30 BST there will be highlights of five past finals.

A live Football Focus is on at 12:00 BST followed by a Match Of Their Day special with Ashley Cole, who played for both sides, at 13:00 BST.

Some more highlights of past FA Cup finals - including the 2002 match between Arsenal and Chelsea -follow.

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There will be an FA Cup special of the MOTD podcast - and then BBC One coverage starts at 16:30 BST for Match of the Day Live.

And on the BBC Sport website, FROM 17:15 BST you can join the fun by watching MOTDx Watchalong, with MOTDx presenter, YouTuber and Arsenal fan Michael 'Timbsy' Timbs and Radio 1 presenter and Chelsea fan Abbie McCarthy.

There will also be in-play highlights in our live text commentary.

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