The EFL Cup Final 2023 takes place in less than 2 weeks time between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
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EFL Final Information
Chelsea have just been crowed club world champions after their win against Brazilian team Palmeiras in the Middle East.
Liverpool FC are in great form in the English Premier League and UEFA Champions League meaning that this Carabao Cup/ EFL Cup Final is very intriguing with fans around the world hoping for their team to be victorious. The EFL Cup is the first major English trophy of the season and is one which is becoming more important as the years go on. Liverpool FC will be slight favourites to win having beaten Arsenal in the semi-final and looking comfortable in all the other rounds of the tournament.
First held in 1960–61 as the Football League Cup, it is one of the three top-tier domestic football competitions in England, alongside the Premier League and FA Cup.
The current Champions of the EFL are Manchester City having won the trophy in 2021. Liverpool FC will be looking to be the most successful team ever in the competition if they manage to win this year.
With thousands of fans from both sides wanting to be in the stadium, ticket prices are extremely expensive in the secondary ticket market. Tickets from official outlets such as the FA or Liverpool FC and Chelsea are completely sold-out with no remaining seats available.
For supporters in the UK and Ireland, the game will be available to watch live on Sky Sports.
Announcement of Final Officials
The Officials have yet to be announced, here are the officials for last years final:
Referee: Stuart Atwell
Assistant referees: Dan Cook and Daniel Robathan
Fourth official: Andrew Madley
Reserve assistant referee: Tim Wood
VAR: Darren England
AVAR: Simon Bennett.
For further build up to this season’s Carabao Cup Final, follow @Carabao_Cup on Twitter.