FA Cup Final Live Stream on TV

Chelsea and Liverpool go head-to-head at Wembley on Saturday looking to lift the FA Cup in what will be Thomas Tuchel’s first Wembley final as blues boss.

Chelsea won the competition last season under Frank Lampard but were knocked out by Leicester City at the fifth round stage this time around so they will be looking to go one better today.

The Blues have lifted the trophy an impressive eight times, but have not won it since 2018.

Liverpool are the current champions of England, although they have fallen off their perch after a remarkable four consecutive top-four finishes and Champions League glory in 2020.

Jurgen Klopp’s men will be desperate to win their seventh FA Cup title – which would move them one behind Manchester United’s record – but face a tough test against Chelsea who are unbeaten under Tuchel.

What time does Chelsea vs Liverpool kick off?

The FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool kicks off at 5:15pm on Saturday May 15 at Wembley Stadium.

The 150th Anniversary season of the Emirates FA Cup will conclude at Wembley Stadium connected by EE in May as Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC compete for football’s oldest and most renowned cup competition.

On Saturday 1 August, the Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final will take place at Wembley Stadium connected by EE and is due to kick-off at 5.30pm. The match will be broadcast live on BBC One and tickets are available to purchase now.

The Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final marks a second successive year where the women’s game will grace the historic stage of Wembley and will see either Arsenal or Chelsea crowned as champions.

The two sides previously met in the 2019 final, with Arsenal lifting their 14th title after an emphatic 3-1 victory in front of a record crowd of 45,423.

The Emirates FA Cup Final will be played on Saturday 15 August at 5pm and will be broadcast live on BT Sport Box Office.

BBC Sport, BT Sport and The FA are committed to showcasing world class football from all levels of the game throughout 2020/21, including continuing to offer free coverage of the Emirates FA Cup matches from Round 2 onwards on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website, app and YouTube channel alongside

The two sides have met eight times in the world’s oldest football competition, with Chelsea leading 3-2, while three games have ended level.

Liverpool, who last lifted the trophy in 2006, are favourites for this one despite Chelsea winning both of their previous finals against the reds – 5-4 after extra time in 2012 and 2-0 in 1997.

So here we go again, another cup final to look forward to – but first let’s remind ourselves how each team reached this juncture.

If you’re a Liverpool fan, the FA Cup does have some good memories for you, but it’s hard to get past the 2012 final, which Chelsea won 5-4 after extra time. In fact, that was one of the most memorable finals in history, with Chelsea leading 2-0 before being pegged back and falling behind 3-2 before equalising in stoppage time and winning in extra time.

FA Cup Final TV Coverage

As always, you can watch the FA Cup final live on TV by tuning into BBC One.

You’ll also be able to catch the match on BT Sport 1 (for those of you with a Sky subscription or a Virgin Media package). However, if you’re looking for an FA Cup final live stream, then you might want to consider signing up for your choice of the thousands of VPN services out there that let you bypass geographical restrictions and watch all the sporting action from abroad.

A VPN – or Virtual Private Network – lets you change the location of your device so that it appears that you’re in another country.

That’s particularly useful when it comes to streaming, as broadcasters will often geo-restrict their coverage so that only people with IP addresses in certain nations can access it and watch online.

  • Download and install a VPN if you haven’t already got one (we recommend ExpressVPN). The service is easy-to-use and has strong security features as well as fast connection speeds which means it won’t slow down your browsing experience or affect video quality too much when streaming content.
  • Connect to a VPN server in the UK (the broadcaster showing this particular event is based in the UK).
  • Head over to BBC One’s website or BT Sport 1’s page where there should be an option available to watch the match live online (you may be asked to prove that your location is within the UK before being granted access – but don’t worry, a VPN will help with this too!).

Just follow these steps to get started:

What TV channel is FA Cup?

The FA Cup is being shown on the BBC and ITV in the United Kingdom. You can watch via terrestrial TV and via the red button on your TV remote.

Where can i stream FA Cup?

You can live stream the FA Cup Final through the red button on your remote control or you can also watch the match streaming through certain online bookmakers, who have the rights to the game.

What channel is the FA Cup on today UK?

The FA Cup Final is being broadcast on the BBC in the UK. You can watch on channel 101 or via the BBC iplayer on your smart TV or mobile devices.

Is the FA Cup on free to air TV?

Yes the FA Cup Final is on free to air TV. You will not have to pay to watch the FA Cup Final from Wembley as it is being shown on the BBC in England, which is not a paid subscription service.

Is FA Cup Final on BT Sport?

The FA CUp final is not currently being shown on BT Sport HD. The UK company does not have the broadcast rights to show the game live from Wembley Stadium this year.

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