City will contest the 2022/23 FA Cup final after a 3-0 victory over Sheffield United in the semi-final.

Pep Guardiola‘s side have been in excellent form throughout the competition and will be hoping to lift another trophy at Wembley this season.

The Catalan has won the famous old competition once before, when we defeated Watford in the 2018/19 final.

As a Club, we have won the FA Cup on six occasions. The first of those, in 1903/04, was our maiden major trophy.

With just 90 minutes separating us from our seventh success in the competition’s history, we have all the information you need ahead of the final.

When is the 2022/23 FA Cup final?

The 2022/23 FA Cup final will be played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 3 June 2023. The kick-off time is still to be confirmed.

With the Premier League set to finish on Sunday 28 May, this will be the final domestic fixture in the 2022/23 calendar.

Who will City face?

We will be taking on Manchester United - in the first all-Manchester FA Cup final.

United defeated Brighton in a penalty shoot out after their last four encounter had finished 0-0 after 90 minutes.

How can I follow the final?

We will have full coverage of the match on and our official app.

Minute-by-minute text updates will begin in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, while our Matchday Live show will begin an hour ahead of the start.

We’ll have special guests on the show, offering their expert insight at half-time and in greater detail after the final whistle.

They will also answer viewer questions throughout the broadcast, with audience participation actively encouraged on Matchday Live. To get in touch, send a WhatsApp to: +447537186538.

During the game you can listen to live audio commentary from Alistair Mann while our text commentary continues.

How did City reach the final?

City have overcome Chelsea, Arsenal, Bristol City and Burnley before this weekend’s semi-final with Sheffield United.

We started the competition with a 4-0 win over Chelsea in the third round at the Etihad Stadium before a 1-0 defeat of Arsenal in the fourth round.

A 3-0 victory over Bristol City saw us book a quarter-final spot against Vincent Kompany’s Burnley. That tie ended in a 6-0 win at the Etihad.