League Cup final


The League Cup final has been a fixture on the football calendar since the 1960-61 season. This year's final will take place on Sunday 1 March, at the home of football in England - Wembley Stadium.

Both teams in this year's final tied one of their semi-final matches, meaning both go through on aggregate. Tottenham beat Sheffield United 3-2 on aggregate while Chelsea beat Liverpool 2-1 on aggregate.

Despite the 2014 League Cup final being Sunderland's first appearance in a Football League Cup Final since 1985, they were not able to capitalise on the opportunity and Manchester City beat them 2-1 taking last year's cup.

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1 March - Who will be the winner of this season's first cup final, the Capital One Cup? Check the Wembley forecast.

The League Cup final is a regular fixture in the football timetable and takes place at Wembley Stadium in London.

Wembley Stadium facilities director Greg Gillin talks about how weather can affect the stadium and how they prepare for the events at the ground.

Wembley Stadium - weather and planning
Greg Gillin, Wembley Stadium Facilities Director, talks about how the weather can affect their planning for important football matches.

Wembley Stadium Weather Wembley Stadium and the weather (PDF, 118 kB)

With a capacity of 90,000, Wembley will be a hive of activity on 1 March, with fans arriving from across the country to support their team. 

The weather can have a major impact on the game, for the players, ground staff and spectators. Check the London weather forecast.

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