Women's FA Cup final – Chelsea vs Man Utd: Date, start time, TV channel and FREE live stream for huge clash at Wembley | The Sun

FA CUP holders Chelsea will defend their title against Marc Skinner's Manchester United.

Emma Hayes' side beat Manchester City 3-2 to lift the trophy in last year's final.

Chelsea will be hoping to make it their third Women's FA Cup triumph in a row.

This year's final will be played in front of a sold-out Wembley stadium for the first time.

Last year's attendance was 49,094, which means over 40,000 more spectators will be at Wembley for this year's showpiece.

When is the Women's FA Cup final – Chelsea vs Man United?

  • The Women's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Man United will take place on Sunday, May 14.
  • Kick off will be at 2:30pm GMT.
  • Wembley will play host.


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What channel is the Women's FA Cup final – Chelsea vs Man United on?

  • The Women's FA Cup final will be broadcast live on BBC 1.
  • Coverage begins at 1:50pm GMT.
  • Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all the action by following SunSport's live blog.

Can the Women's FA Cup final – Chelsea vs Man United be live streamed for FREE?

  • Yes! The Womens FA Cup final can be live streamed for FREE via the BBC iPlayer, providing you have a valid TV license.
  • You can download the BBC iPlayer app for free onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • Alternatively, you can watch BBC iPlayer on your laptop or computer via the website.

Team news

Chelsea's Sam Kerr is a doubt after she was withdrawn early on against Everton last weekend.

The Aussie went down with an ankle injury just seven minutes after making it 2-0 to the Blues.

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Fran Kirby has been unavailable since February, and the club have recently confirmed she will be missing for a 'significant period'.

Marc Skinner will be without Maria Thorisdottir who will continue to recover from her long-term foot injury.

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