FA Cup Final FREE Live Stream UK – Where to Watch

Chelsea vs Leicester Tips, Betting Odds and Predictions

FA Cup final day is almost up on us! Chelsea and Leicester are set to face off at Wembley this Saturday, with a limited number of fans allowed inside the stadium. Both teams have a history with FA Cup finals – though Chelsea’s is more recent, more successful and contains a lot less heart breaking moments.

If you aren’t lucky enough to be one of the 21,000 fans who have tickets to Wembley this Saturday, you needn’t worry too much. There’s a way to get an FA Cup FREE live stream UK this Saturday – and it’s completely legal!

We’ll tell you how to access the Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup live stream below. Additionally, you can also find out where to find the best FA cup final tips, predictions and odds. 

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Chelsea vs Leicester – Both Managers Chasing First Silverware 

Both Brendan Rogers and Thomas Tuchel are chasing their first pieces of silverware with their respective clubs. The similarities don’t stop there though, as both are also fighting to secure a top four spot come the end of the season.

Brendan Rogers and Leicester City

Since arriving at the King Power Stadium from Celtic Park back in 2019, Brendan Rogers has done a stellar job. His Leicester City side narrowly missed out on a top four spot following a poor run of form after project restart.

The Foxes have used that as a springboard this season and look very likely to secure a Champions League spot this time around. On top of that, Brendan Rogers has lead his side to their first FA Cup final since 1969. Rogers became used to winning silverware up in Glasgow, and so will be very keen to bring Leicetser their first trophy since the 2016 Premier League fairytale.

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Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea

Chelsea’s decision to sack Frank Lampard back in January was widely criticised by fans, pundits and football professionals alike. However, it quickly became clear that this was another masterstroke from Roman Abramovic – whose trigger happy managerial hiring and firing policy has brought Chelsea plenty of success since he bought the West London Club in the late 00s.

Tuchel has gotten the best out of what is undoubtedly a strong Chelsea squad, and has time and time again proven his tactical wizardry. Having been in the job just over four months, Tuchel has lead Chelsea to two cup finals and looks on track to secure a top four spot, despite losing to Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Can Chelsea do the FA Cup and Champions League double? See what our expert football tipsters think.

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Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup Final – History

Both of these clubs have two very different histories when it comes to FA Cup finals. Chelsea have the joint third most FA Cup final victories in the history of the competitions alongside Tottenham, having won the prestigious trophy a total of eight times. Their last win was in the 2017/18 season when they beat Manchester United 1-0.

Leicester’s FA Cup final history contains a lot more heartache and glorious failure. The Foxes have been to four FA Cup finals in the 100+ year history of the competition – and they’ve lost them all. Leicester’s last FA Cup final was all the way back in 1969, when they lost 1-0 against Manchester City in front of a Wembley crowd exceeding 100,000.

The Foxes will be hoping that manager Brendan Rogers’ cup final record in Scotland is the history that will repeat itself, rather the club’s history of heartache. 

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FA Cup Final – Where to Watch UK

If you’re looking for a Chelsea vs Leicester FA cup final live stream, then you have a couple of options. Those of you without a paid sports package subscription need not worry as there is a free FA Cup live stream in the UK this Saturday.

You can watch the FA Cup final live in the UK on the BBC iPlayer’s streaming service, which will be starting its coverage at 4.15pm BST, with the kick-off time scheduled for 5.15pm BST on Saturday May 15th.

If you miss the FA Cup final live, you can watch highlights of Chelsea vs Leicester on BBC1 or the BBC iPlayer streaming service at 11.30 BST. prior to this, you can stream all of the day’s Premier League highlights on Match of the Day.

Those of you with an active BT Sports subscription can find a Chelsea vs Leicester FA Cup live stream via the BT Sports app and on BTSport.com. Additionally, you can also watch the game live in 4K HDR on the BT Sports Ultimate channel.

A number of UK online bookies will also be streaming the FA Cup final to users with an active bet on Chelsea vs Leicester.

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Chelsea vs Leicester Live Stream Free – Overseas

If you’re currently living or stationed overseas and want to access a free FA Cup final live stream, you don’t have to miss out. You can access the BBC’s free live stream of Chelsea vs Leicester by downloading a VPN and setting your IP address so you’re browsing from the UK. Please not this will only work for the BBC FA Cup live stream and not for the BT Sports stream.

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FA Cup Final Betting Odds, Tips and Predictions

Thanks to recent form and performances, Chelsea are heavy favourites to lift the cup with most UK bookmakers. 888sport are offering odds of 9/10 for Chelsea to beat Leicester in the FA Cup final.

A draw after 90 minutes is the second most favoured outcome according to the UK betting sites, with the majority offering betting odds of 5/2 on a stalemate.

Leicester are ranked as outsiders at odds of 31/10 with 888sport.

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Who Do You Think Will Win the FA Cup Final?

Will Chelsea dominate and lift their ninth FA Cup, gaining Tuchel’s first piece of English silverware in the process. Or can Leicester break their FA Cup curse and look to Brendan’s Scottish treble success to help get them over the line?

Let us know via Twitter @Betting_COUK!

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