The EFL final between Liverpool and Chelsea will be broadcast live on BBC Two from the Mersey on Monday night, and it’s the first time the EPL has broadcast the final in a UK venue.

Liverpool won 2-1, with Chelsea winning 3-2.

It was the second time Liverpool had won the ELeague title, and the first since it moved from the old Wembley Stadium in 2007.

The game will be played in a 2.4-million-capacity stadium in the City of London, and is the first of two finals to be played on a new ground, following the other finals in the U.K. This will be the first-ever EFL championship to be held in the UK, after a similar match in Birmingham.

This game will feature the best clubs in the Premier League in their final in front of a capacity crowd. 

This year’s EFL trophy will be named the Premier Leagues Award, and Liverpool will be awarded a prize purse of £5m.

The winner will take home the Premier Football League Trophy for the season.

Liverpool beat Chelsea 2-0 at Wembley in February, and this was their first win over the Blues in 10 years.

Chelsea won the league in 2009, but have not won the trophy since 2007.

Liverpool’s next EFL title game is scheduled for May.