The Reds secured their spot after a dominant 3-2 victory over Man City, a final scoreline that flattered Pep Guardiola’s side after a rampant first half on Saturday.
Chelsea, on the other hand, kept Palace scoreless with both Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mason Mount scoring for Tuchel’s side.
When is the FA Cup final?
Liverpool will face Chelsea in the final at Wembley on Saturday, May 14.
The kickoff time has yet to be confirmed, but in 2020/21 it took place at 5.15pm (BST).
Routes to the final
Liverpool’s route to the final saw them come up against opposition in League One, the Championship and the Premier League, winning all five within 90 minutes:
- Shrewsbury (H) – 4-1
- Cardiff City (H) – 3-1
- Norwich (H) – 2-1
- Nottingham Forest (A) – 1-0
- Man City (N) – 3-2
Chelsea have similarly met clubs throughout the English leagues, but were forced once to go to extra time:
- Chesterfield (H) – 5-1
- Plymouth (H) – 2-1 (AET)
- Luton (A) – 3-2
- Middlesbrough (A) – 2-0
- Crystal Palace (N) –