Arsenal and Chelsea have qualified for the Europa League final!
The Gunners secured a 7-3 aggregate win over Valencia while the Blues were made to sweat as Frankfurt took them all the way to penalties.
When is the Europa League final?
The Europa League final will take place on Wednesday, May 29.
The match will take place at the Baku Olympic Stadium, Azerbaijan.
It will kick off at 8pm UK time, 11pm locally.
What TV channel is the Europa League final on and can I live stream it?
The Europa League final will be live on BT Sport.
A specific channel has not yet been confirmed but you will be able to live stream it on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app.
Can I watch it for free?
BT Sport have yet to confirm whether they will show the final on free-to-air television.
But EE phone subscribers can catch the action for FREE by signing up for three-month trial.
You can do this by texting SPORT to 150 or phoning 07953 966502 and follow the instructions.
The free trial will allow you to watch all BT Sport channels – excluding the red button options – via the app, while free casting to your television is also included.
At the end of your free trial, you can continue using this service, but it will cost £5 a month for the app and £10 per month to cast.
You can cancel at any time during the free trial, simply by texting STOP SPORT to 150.
Can I get tickets for the Europa League final?
The public ballot for Europa League final tickets concluded on Thursday, March 21.
However supporters of the two participating teams will be able to get tickets once the semi-finalists have concluded.
Arsenal and Chelsea have announced that both clubs have been handed an allocation of just 6000 tickets for the game.
Prices are as follows: Category A (£121), Category B (£78), Category C (£43), Category D (£26).
Youth packages (one adult and one child) will also be available for £52.
How can I fly to Baku?
Flight options to Baku are currently few and far between.
According to Skyscanner, the cheapest flight is a £480 return via Ukraine, with the flight there taking a whopping 23 hours with stoppages.
The most practical flight changes for supporters are available in Kiev, Istanbul and Bahrain for what is one of Europe’s most challenging destinations to get to.
Chelsea are slight favourites for the Europa League final despite limping past Frankfurt.
The Blues are best odds 5/4 while the Gunners are 40/17/