Manchester United has made it through to the Carabao Cup final on Sunday 26 February.
Erik ten Hag has successfully guided the Reds to our first Wembley final in five years as we bid to get our hands on a trophy we last won in 2017.
Newcastle United will provide the opposition on the big day, after overcoming Southampton 3-1 in their two-legged semi-final.
We last faced the Magpies in a major final in 1999, beating them 2-0 in the FA Cup at Wembley as the second leg of the historic Treble. Teddy Sheringham and Paul Scholes were on target.
United are bidding for a sixth triumph in the League Cup, the first of which came in 1992, against Forest, when Brian McClair scored the only goal. Subsequent successes came in 2006, 2009, 2010 and the 2017 victory over Southampton.
As a result, our home league game with Brentford will need to be rearranged.