The Italian Serie A will end this weekend after 38 dates and the stop for the coronavirus pandemic. In England, the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea will be held today to define the oldest Cup champion in the world. The final between the London teams will be played from 13.30 on Wembley and will be broadcast on ESPN. The referee will be Anthony Taylor, the same one who led the final that both teams played in 2017, won by Arsenal 2-1, being eighth in history who twice directs an FA Cup definition. In addition, both teams come from setting last season to the Europa League, when Chelsea prevailed 4-2 in the semi-finals, Frank Lampard’s team eliminated Manchester United and Arsenal sidened Manchester City, two of the strongest teams in the competition. Juventus became champions for the ninth consecutive season after making a considerable points difference for Atalanta and Lazio, the teams that pursued him closely throughout the league. The date will be opened at 13pm Brescia in their match against Sampdoria, but the most attractive matches of the afternoon will be played from 15.45 when Atalanta receives Inter; Juventus to Rome; Milan to Cagliari and Napoli to Lazio, all will be televised by ESPN and Fox Sports.In addition, Atalanta, Inter and Lazio are the teams that have already qualified the next edition of the UEFA Champions League, while Roma, Milan and Napoli did so in the Europa League.