To celebrate the return of fans to the biggest sporting events MailOnline has teamed up with Emirates FA Cup to give away 25 pairs of tickets to the final – PLUS a much-needed sunshine-filled trip to Dubai for one lucky winner.
Chelsea take on Leicester at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 15 and Emirates is inviting 25 fans, each with a plus one, to experience the ultimate ‘Fly Better’ moment at the largest live sporting event since the start of the pandemic.
Chelsea and Leicester will battle it out for the Emirates FA Cup at Wembley on May 15
Chelsea will head into the match as favourites – they’ve won the famous old trophy eight times, lifting it five times since the turn of the century and most recently in 2018 after a 1-0 win over Manchester United.
The Foxes are hoping to get their hands on it for the first time, having lost in the final on four occasions, but they are flying high in the league and have beaten the Blues already this season.
Brendan Rodgers’ side enjoyed a 2-0 victory at the King Power back in January, before Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard in the Stamford Bridge hotseat.
Twenty-five lucky winners will land a pair of tickets to the big game at Wembley
This has the makings of an Emirates FA Cup cracker so get ready to soak up the atmosphere with 21,000 roaring supporters and be a part of sporting history at the most famous game in the club football calendar.
And what’s more, with blue skies on the horizon, Emirates is offering a grand prize trip to Dubai for two, once UK travel restrictions are lifted, with flights on Emirates and a complimentary stay at Madinat Jumeirah Al Qasr courtesy of Emirates Holidays, to one lucky winner to enjoy some much-needed R&R after all the excitement of the big game.
For your chance to win, CLICK HERE.
* Full T&C’s apply. Entry to Wembley Stadium on 15th May 2021 for the Emirates FA Cup final requires that yourself and any applicable guest must undertake a lateral flow COVID-19 test 48 hours prior to attending the event and bring proof of a negative result (SMS text message or e-mail).