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2019/20 FA Cup
Arsenal v Chelsea
Saturday, 01 August 2020
Arsenal will square off with Chelsea in the 2020 FA Cup final
at the Wembley Stadium on 01 August 2020.
The Gunners are the most decorated team in the history of the competition having won the most trophies.
They have clinched a record 13 titles and they are followed by English football powerhouse, Manchester United, who are on 12 trophies.
The last time Arsenal featured in FA Cup final was in 2017 and they lifted their 13th title after defeating Chelsea 2-1 in an enthralling final.
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The Gunners have also made the most final appearances having appeared in a record 21 finals thus far.
They have emerged winners in 13 finals over the years and also finished as runners-up eight times.
Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal manager, has reflected on his time as the club's head coach and discussed their upcoming clash with Chelsea.
"Since I arrived here on the 20th of December , so many things happened and so many stones have been in our way but I believe we have done a lot of progress in many situations," Arteta said.
"Around the environment as well that we are creating, the unity that the fans, team and club are showing at the moment and I think we are on a good track. We have a great opportunity now to have a good season if we are able to win against Chelsea in the final, lift the trophy and qualify for Europe."
The last time Arsenal tasted a defeat in the final was against Liverpool FC in 2001 with the Gunners succumbing to a 2-1 defeat on the day.
Since then they have enjoyed a lot of success in the FA Cup having won six trophies including back-to-back titles between 2014 and 2015.
However, Arsenal are winless in their last three competitive matches against their city rivals, Chelsea.
They recorded two defeats in the Premier League and UEFA Europa League matches, but they managed to hold Chelsea to a draw in the other game which was a Premier League clash.
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