Heads Up FA Cup final: Enjoy an unmatched viewing experience for Arsenal v Chelsea on BT Sport
Watch Saturday’s showpiece in stunning quality on BT Sport Ultimate or create your own viewing experience with the enhanced player as we provide the most in-depth coverage.
What’s more, BT Sport is your destination for the most in-depth analysis, interviews and insights from our stellar line-up of pundits as they preview the match and dissect all the post-match talking points.
BT Sport’s superb broadcast capabilities will enhance what promises to be an unmissable final.
Arsenal, who will play in their record 21st FA Cup final, go in search of their 14th triumph in the competition and secured their place after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fired them past defending champions Manchester City.
Eight-time winners Chelsea set up a date with the Gunners after capitalising on David de Gea’s Wembley nightmare to beat Manchester United 3-1.
Mikel Arteta and Frank Lampard are both eyeing first-season silverware with the clubs they used to captain, and are looking to round off promising first seasons in charge on a high.
It’s set to be an unmissable evening at Wembley and here are the reasons you should watch it all on BT Sport.
BT Sport Ultimate
Customers with compatible devices can enjoy the very best viewing experience available for Saturday’s FA Cup final, with BT Sport Ultimate.
It delivers pictures and sound in ultra-high definition (4K UHD), high dynamic range (HDR) and - exclusively via BT TV - Dolby Atmos sound, depending on which platform viewers are using.
All of this means viewers tuning into Saturday’s match can see the likes of Aubameyang and Christian Pulisic in spectacular quality and enjoy a cinema sound experience as the London rivals make the short trip north to Wembley.
It’s also great news for fans watching on the go. HDR transforms the sports viewing experience on mobile devices, maximising the colour and definition capabilities of smartphones and tablets.
BT Sport’s enhanced player
Viewers using the award-winning BT Sport app or BTSport.com won’t miss a second of the action with our acclaimed enhanced player.
Users can navigate through a timeline with key moments tagged with icons, so you can go back and watch everything from goals, saves or even red cards as many times as you like.
It includes live stats so you see who has dominated possession, had the most shots and run the furthest among many others, too.
Bringing you closer to the game than ever before, BT Sport 360 also gives you a ticket to the best seat in the house, with a pitch-side view from the Home of Football.
You can also watch all of the action on Xbox, PlayStation 4, Samsung TV, Apple TV and NOWTV with our large screen app (enhanced player not available).
In yet another exciting innovation, with BT Sport’s Watch Together allows users of the app on mobile or tablet to watch, see and chat with friends in a split screen view while the match is being played (not available with the enhanced player).
Unrivalled live coverage
Make sure you tune into BT Sport for the most in-depth analysis, interviews and insight from our superb line-up of pundits as they preview the match and dissect all the post-match talking points.
Our live coverage begins earlier than anywhere else at 4.15pm – more than an hour before kick-off at 5.30pm.
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Arsenal v Chelsea is live on BT Sport 1HD and Ultimate from 4.15pm on Saturday 1 August on TV and online.