The FA Cup is particularly important to Jürgen Klopp.

"Until this season, Liverpool's competitive record since I arrived hasn't exactly been a reason for big parties," he joked.

The popular coach, who still has a small chance of winning four historic titles in one season with Liverpool FC, is in the English Cup final for the first time and meets Thomas Tuchel and FC at Wembley Stadium on Saturday (5:45 p.m. on DAZN). Chelsea.

"It's a special game, a huge game," said Klopp on Friday.

"For some of us, it's the most important game of our careers.

We want to enjoy it and deliver," said the German coach before the final against Chelsea with Tuchel and the DFB players Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Antonio Rüdiger.

Chelsea are an excellent team, said Klopp.

"They have a game idea in all areas." The Londoners are well organized defensively and have many strong games on offense.

"I absolutely love this competition," enthused Klopp despite previous disappointments, for which he claimed "mitigating circumstances", "because the focus at the time was on re-establishing the club." It is now all the more important for the FA finally winning the cup again.

"That would mean the world to us."

"It's great to see Thomas again"

"It's the most prestigious, traditional cup in the world," said Chelsea coach Tuchel ahead of the eagerly awaited encounter at Wembley.

"There aren't many games bigger than that." Last year the Blues narrowly missed out on the title, losing 1-0 to Leicester City in the final.

Liverpool were last in the final ten years ago – and lost to Chelsea at the time.

The trophy last went to Anfield in 2006.

Klopp is looking forward to seeing his fellow German coach, six years his junior, who followed him as coach at both Mainz 05 and Borussia Dortmund.

"It's great that I'm seeing Thomas Tuchel again after we've met three times this season," said the 54-year-old.

"By the way, all games ended in a draw, which shows how competitive it is between our clubs."

In the Premier League there was a 1-1 draw at Anfield and a 2-2 draw at London's Stamford Bridge.

The final of the rather insignificant League Cup in February was only decided in favor of the Reds with the 22nd penalty.

"We gave everything in the game," remembered Tuchel, "but we were unlucky and lost."

In the much more important FA Cup, it should now be the other way around when it comes to Tuchel, especially since it is the last chance for a trophy.

"Obviously that doesn't give us the League Cup back," said the Chelsea manager.

"But it makes a season that much nicer when you can win a final at the end." It would be a special triumph for the sanctioned club, who are currently not allowed to sign players or negotiate contracts.

After a slight lull and three league games without a win, the Londoners shot themselves out of their mini-crisis by beating Leeds United 3-0.

But against in-form Liverpool, things will be a little tougher for the 2021 Champions League winners.

"We're playing against one of the strongest teams in the world," warned Tuchel.

"They're incredibly difficult to beat, but that's what the cup final is about, it's about winning and we have to find a way to beat them.

We need some luck.”

With the exception of a 1-1 draw at Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool have been winning one after the other for weeks.

However, the team can only win the Premier League if leaders Manchester City fail in the remaining two games.

Two weeks after the FA Cup Final, Liverpool will face Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Klopp and the Reds still have a score to settle with the royals after losing the 2018 final.

However, all of this has to be hidden on Saturday.

"We are here today," Klopp clarified in the FA interview.

"In the final!

Really cool."