FA Cup Final: Chelsea v Arsenal

The final teams have been decided and Arsenal booked their place at Wembley with a great win over Manchester City coming from 1 goal behind to win the game 2-1.

Chelsea booked their place after beating Tottenham Hotspur in a 6 goal thriller with the final result being 4-2. The game was extremely close and Spurs fans will be kicking themselves having nearly made the FA Cup final for the first time in years.
Can Chelsea win the FA Cup and go on to complete a domestic double, if so that would be a great achievement for a team that didn’t even qualify for Europe last year.

Chelsea have a high chance to beat Arsenal at Wembley on May 27th 2017 but with Arsenal winning the tournament for the past 2 years then this is truly a special final.

Not only are they London rivals they are also rivals in the league and therefore expect fireworks and goals when they play. Chelsea v Arsenal is one of the biggest games of the season and to have it in an FA Cup Final is a treat for all football fans.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will be looking to win the trophy to make him one of the most successful managers in world football history. With many fans wanting a change to the management at the club maybe this could be his last game after over 20 years in charge. Save the date: 27th May 2017 live at Wembley Stadium.

Getting Tickets

This is a high demand game and tickets will be selling for hundreds of pounds closer to the game. We fully expect Arsenal and Chelsea to sell their allocation and then the race is on for the demand in tickets. Adam Beaumont from SafeFootballTickets.com describes this game as one of the biggest in recent history.

Order your fa cup final tickets 2017 Chelsea v Arsenal online before the prices increase, which they are expected to with Arsenal and Chelsea both with a high fan base. When Arsenal played against Hull City in the last final tickets were sold for an average of £350 each, we fully expect them to reach way above £500GBP each for this game.

Whilst Wembley is one of the biggest stadiums in the world at 80,000 90,000 seats the majority of tickets for the game go to corporate hospitality, club Wembley and other designated receivers.

Will you be at the game? What is the most you would pay for a ticket to support your team? The official FA Website has more information on the full tournament for the readers that are doing research into this historical tournament. Emirates are the sponsors of the tournament and have done a great job in their marketing this year.