The final is for the 2020/21 season, despite the fact the 2021/22 FA Cup is already underway. This was due to the Covid-19 pandemic disrupting the competition, with a three-month hiatus taken due to government guidelines back in May.
Arsenal are the record holders of the FA Cup, winning it 14 times in their history, however, the last time they won it was back in 2015/16.
As for Chelsea, they have won the FA Cup twice in their history, lifting the trophy in 2014/15 and 2017/18 respectively – the 2018 victory coming against the Gunners in the final.
Both sides go into the game in fantastic form and identical records, with the sides only losing once in 15 across all competitions (W13 D1).
With all that said, football.london takes a look at how you can watch and follow the game.
When is it being played?
The game takes place on Sunday, December 5.
What time is kick-off?
The game kicks off at 2pm.
Where is it being played?
How to watch or follow the game
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1, with live coverage of the match starting at 1:30pm. A BT Sports subscription is required to watch the game on the channel.
You can also watch the match live on BBC iPlayer or through the BBC Sport website for free, using a range of devices that let you watch on the move.