Arsenal v Hull: When is the 2014 FA Cup final? What TV channel is it on? All you need to know...
A look ahead to the match at Wembley
The 2014 FA Cup final will be contested by Arsenal and Hull City.
The match takes place at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 17 May, kicking off at 5pm.
The match will be available to watch on both ITV and BT Sport.
Those attending the game will be able to enter the national stadium from 3pm.
Among the pre-match entertainment will be Leona Lewis (apparently an Arsenal fan), who is is due to sing the National Anthem. The X Factor winner will be hoping Arsenal don't 'keep bleeding' as they look to end their trophy drought.
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