The Final started very intensely, as all matches involving English teams tend to be. Liverpool were the team that had the most scoring chances and were the dominant team in the match. The most threatening moves generated by the Reds were thanks to Luis Diaz. While Chelsea's threatening chances were the work of Christian Pulisic and Marcos Alonso.

At 30' of the first half, Liverpool suffered the loss of Mohamed Salah, who had to be substituted due to an injury. The first half ended even for both teams. Liverpool and Chelsea went into the halftime tied 0-0.

The first minutes of the second half were dominated by Chelsea. Alonso almost gave Chelsea the lead after a free-kick from him hit the post. The game was evenly matched both teams generated dangerous plays, but neither could score. Diaz was Liverpool's best player and came close to scoring 1-0 in the 82nd minute. His shot crashed against the post. As if that were not enough, on the next play Robertson also crashed a shot into the post.

The match ended 0-0 after 90 minutes, and extra time was played. The extra time had no threatening plays by either team. Time expired, and the match had to be settled by penalty kicks.

Chelsea's César Azpilicueta missed his shot in the penalty shoot-out. Sadio Mane missed his shot in the penalty shootout and the score was tied once again. Alisson saved Mason Mount's penalty to give Liverpool the lead. Tsimikas scored the decisive penalty and the Reds were crowned champions. Liverpool won the FA Cup after a 6-5 penalty shootout victory over Chelsea. 

The FA Cup champion will earn $2,440,000 only from winning the final game, while Chelsea: $1,220,000. After today's match, Chelsea have now lost 8 times the FA Cup Final. The Blues and Manchester United (8) are the two teams that have lost the most finals in the history of the competition. Liverpool, meanwhile, won the cup again after 16 years (2006).

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Chelsea vs Liverpool: Match Prevew

A replay of the 2021-22 Carabao Cup final will be played out today, May 14, 2022, at Wembley Stadium for the second time in the history of the FA Cup. However, Chelsea and Liverpool's dramatic final at Wembley in February has whetted the thirst for a rematch of that match.

The fact that Liverpool haven't won the FA Cup since 2006, and their this is just their second final since that thrilling penalty shootout triumph against West Ham, makes it even more astonishing. The other was a 2-1 loss against their today's opponents, Chelsea in 2012, which was one of the Blues' most recent successes in the tournament.

For the Blues, a trip to Wembley in the FA Cup final is like coming home, and they will be hoping to avoid an embarrassing hat trick of defeats after losses to Arsenal and Leicester in the previous two meetings.

Chelsea vs Liverpool: Time of the game

  • Argentina: 12:45 PM
  • Brazil: 12:45 PM
  • United States: 11:45 AM (ET), 10:45 AM (CT), 9:45 AM (MT), 8:45 AM (PT)
  • Canada: 8:45 AM (PT), 9:45 AM (MT), 10:45 AM (CT), 11:45 AM (ET), 12:45 AM (PT)
  • Mexico: 10:45 AM
  • UK: 4:45 PM
  • Germany: 5:45 PM
  • France: 5:45 PM
  • Portugal: 4:45 PM
  • Italy: 5:45 PM
  • Spain: 5:45 PM

Chelsea vs Liverpool: TV Channel, how and where to watch or stream live online

  • Argentina: Star+, ESPN Argentina
  • Brazil: GUIGO, Star+, ESPN, NOW NET e Claro
  • United States: SiriusXM FC, ESPN+
  • Canada: Sportsnet World,, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet Now Plus, Sportsnet One, Sportsnet World Now
  • Mexico: ESPN Mexico, Star+
  • UK: BBC Radio 5 Live, The ITV Hub, ITV 1 UK, BBC iPlayer, UTV, STV Scotland, BBC One, TalkSport Radio UK, STV Player, BBC Sport Web
  • Germany: DAZN1, DAZN
  • France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports 1, Free
  • Portugal: Sport TV Multiscreen, Sport TV1
  • Italy: DAZN
  • Spain: Movistar+, DAZN 1, DAZN