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The FA Cup final will take place on Saturday, May 14th, when Liverpool and Chelsea meet at Wembley Stadium, London.
Will the FA Cup Final be broadcast on Sky Sports?
No. The FA Cup final will not be shown on any of the Sky Sports channels. Whilst Sky Sports are the UK's leading broadcaster for the Premier League, they do not have rights to show the FA Cup live in the United Kingdom.
Will the FA Cup Final be broadcast on BT Sport?
No. The FA Cup final will not be shown on BT Sport or the BT Sport App. The channel no longer holds any FA Cup rights, having lost its deal to ITV in 2021.
Will the FA Cup Final be broadcast on BBC?
Yes. The BBC will be one of two services broadcasting the FA Cup final live in the United Kingdom. The game will be shown live on BBC One and via the BBC iPlayer. Kick-off is scheduled for 4:45pm.
Will the FA Cup Final be broadcast on ITV?
Yes. ITV will also be offering a live broadcast of the FA Cup final. ITV and BBC have shared the broadcasting rights for the competition this season and as a result, both will be offering live coverage of the final on May 14th.
Will the FA Cup Final be broadcast on ESPN?
Yes. For those looking to watch the FA Cup final in the United States, ESPN and ESPN+ are the two services on which you will be able to do so.