This season, the iconic trophy will have a new name after holders Leicester were eliminated in the fourth round by Nottingham Forest.
Chelsea and Liverpool, two Premier League heavyweights, have made it to the final of the historic competition on Saturday.
Chelsea, who have beaten the finalists last season, defeated Crystal Palace to advance to another final.
Meanwhile, Liverpool, who have never won the Premier League under Jurgen Klopp, beat Manchester City to earn a chance at glory.
The two teams will now go to Wembley to compete for the famous cup.
FA Cup final: Date and time
The FA Cup final will be held on Saturday, May 14 at Wembley Stadium.
The game will begin at 4:45 p.m.
Both sides are allowed to nominate nine substitutions, with a maximum of five being used during normal time and a sixth being used if the game goes to extra time.
Craig Pawson will be the referee at Wembley, with Paul Tierney handling the VAR.
Chelsea will wear their all-yellow away kit, while Liverpool will wear their usual red shirt.
“We lost of course a final [Carabao Cup earlier this season] against them when we gave everything and it went till the very last penalty,” Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said. We were unlucky, and we want to change that.” We were here in the FA Cup final last season, and we’ll be back. That means a lot to us because it’s the FA Cup, which is prestigious, the oldest cup in the world, and is contested at Wembley, so there aren’t many greater games to be a part of.
“We’ll be well prepared because we’re playing against one of the best teams in the world right now.” So it’ll be a tough one, and we’ll attempt to make their lives difficult.”
“Absolutely proud,” says Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. “I appreciate City’s quality so much, and I think the first half [versus City] was one of the finest we’ve ever played.” It’s quite difficult to beat them, but we have a chance because it’s these boys, my dressing room, and that’s reason enough to try.”