Virgin Media has announced all its TV customers will be able to watch the all-English affair later today.
Those that want to catch the clash in HD can do so on Channel 100.
Meanwhile, anyone that wants to take in the final in 4K will need a V6 set top box – this coverage can be accessed by harnessing the aptly-named pop up “finals” on channel 532.
Finally, customers can also watch the match on any device capable of running the Virgin TV Go app.
It is worth noting Virgin will also be letting its TV customers watch the Champions League final for free, too.
Making the announcement, the provider said: “Four Premier League sides will compete in the final of the two biggest European competitions meaning that millions of British football fans will be scrambling to watch the action.
“Virgin Media has made the matches as easy to watch as possible, making both available to all of its customers regardless of whether they are subscribed to BT Sport.”
BT is letting everyone watch the Europa League final for free today, meaning you can take advantage even if you do not subscribe to any of its sport offerings.
Although Arsenal and Chelsea will not go toe-to-toe until 8pm, BT’s coverage will begin at 6.30pm.
BT will also be showing the Champions League final for free on the same platforms.
The Europa League final will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan – if Arsenal win they will not only take home a trophy, but will also be granted automatic access to the Champions League next season.
Speaking ahead of the game, Arsenal boss Unai Emery has emphasised the importance of competing in the top-tier of European football.
Discussing the Europa League final yesterday, he said: “The Champions League is our objective and we knew it was going to be difficult when we started the season.
“And now we are with the possibility to achieve that and our challenge tomorrow is to win one title and have the possibility to play next year in the Champions League.
“But we are in our process and our progress and now I can say the same as when we started: it is going to be difficult.
“But we have the possibility tomorrow and I think we can be first happy with this challenge tomorrow and with a very big responsibility to do all we can to achieve that.”