The FA Cup final is now upon us and will see city rivals Machester City and Manchester United compete in an exciting derby.

Every year, teams all across England compete to lift the FA Cup trophy with few footballing events in the English league being as sought after.

With the match set to take place today in Wembley, here is everything you need to know as Erik ten Hag's side take on Pep Guardiola's Man City.

What time is the FA Cup final kick-off?

The FA Cup final will take place at 3 pm on Saturday, June 3, seeing Manchester United and Premier League winners Man City clash to lift the coveted trophy.

How can I watch the FA Cup final?

Football fans can watch the full match for free on BBC One with coverage of the build-up beginning at 1:50 pm when Match Of The Day Live begins.

ITV's coverage will begin at 2:05 pm.

Viewers will be able to stream the whole final on BBC iPlayer and ITVX.

There will also be highlights tonight from 11:20 pm.

How many people are set to attend the FA Cup match between Man U and Man City?

90,000 people are expected to attend the FA Cup final in Wembley with the match being the first-ever all-Manchester final in the whole of the competition's history.

Who will win the FA Cup final?

According to Bet365, the current betting odds (at the time of writing) are as follow:

  • Man City (1/2)
  • Draw (15/4)
  • Man Utd (19/4)

The FA Cup will kick off at 3 pm with coverage of the build-up airing on BBC One from 1:50 pm.