Both Arsenal and Chelsea have had to work out how to squeeze yet another patch onto their kits for the FA Cup final on Saturday with the FA asking them to add one in support of Prince William’s mental health charity initiative, ‘Heads Up’.

An NHS logo is disolayed on the shirt of Arsenal's Argentinian goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez during the English Premier League football match between Southampton and Arsenal at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton, southern England on June 25, 2020. (Photo by Catherine Ivill / POOL / AFP)
An NHS logo is displayed on the shirt of Arsenal’s Argentinian goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez (Photo by Catherine Ivill / POOL / AFP)

With Arsenal and Chelsea already sporting a club badge, manufacturer’s badge and shirt sponsor as well as a sleeve sponsor, both sides also have also added patches in support of both the NHS and Black Lives Matter.

Now, a place needs to be found for another.

According to the Daily Mail in their exclusive in Friday’s paper, Arsenal will move “the NHS and BLM patches to underneath the number on the back of their shirts, while Chelsea have shifted the NHS to the back of the jersey and will put the BLM message on their shorts.”

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JUNE 17: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal displays the message 'Black Lives Matter" on his shirt during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal FC at Etihad Stadium on June 17, 2020 in Manchester, United Kingdom. Football Stadiums around Europe remain empty due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in all fixtures being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
(Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

The final will be called the ‘Heads up FA Cup final’ after Emirates agreed to let the charity have the naming rights for the final.

Arsenal players also recently had a video call with Prince William about the initiative and how to prioritise mental health issues when football returned.