Here is everything you need to know about the FA Cup Final 2023 clash between Manchester United and Manchester City.
So it comes down to this. Manchester United‘s last chance to obtain some more silverware this season will all come down to whether they can beat their noisy neighbours.
It will be a cracker of a Manchester derby, with major bragging rights on the line.
Here is absolutely everything you need to know about the FA Cup Final 2023.
When is the FA Cup final?
The FA Cup final will take place on Saturday, June 3 2023.
What time does the FA Cup final kick off?
The kick-off time is 3:00 PM BST, which is a little different to previous years where it has usually taken place a little later on.
Where is the FA Cup final?
The final will take place at Wembley Stadium, in London.
What TV channel is the FA Cup final on?
Both BBC and ITV have access to showing the FA Cup final this year. So it’s up to you to decide which broadcast you’d like to tune in to.
FA Cup Final Travel Arrangements
Alternative arrangements have been made for the thousands of fans who will be attending the FA Cup final, following the travel challenges posed by the planned rail strikes.
Manchester United will provide coaches priced at a subsidised cost of £50 per adult and £40 for Under-16s for the journey from Old Trafford to Wembley Stadium on 3 June for the first-ever all-Manchester FA Cup final.
The FA has also confirmed it will also be running its own coach operation in replacement of the rail services, with details to follow soon.
All further updates including tickets for travel will be confirmed via Manchester United’s official website.
Manchester United’s Road to the FA Cup Final
Here are all the teams that Manchester United faced on their way to the FA Cup Final:
Third round: Manchester United 3 – 1 Everton
Fourth round: Manchester United 3 – 1 Reading
Fifth round: Manchester United 3 – 1 West Ham
Quarter-final: Manchester United 3 – 1 Fulham
Semi-final: Manchester United 0 – 0 Brighton (6-7 pens)