Weekend FA Cup Schedule For US and UK TV Viewers

fa cup trophy Weekend FA Cup Schedule For US and UK TV Viewers

The TV schedule has been announced for this weekend’s FA Cup matches for both the USA and UK TV markets. The schedule is as follows:

Friday, January 23
Derby County v Nottingham Forest, 2:45pm ET, Setanta Sports USA
Derby County v Nottingham Forest, 7:45pm GMT, Setanta Sports UK

Saturday, January 24
Hartlepool v West Ham United, 7:40am ET, Setanta Sports USA
Hartlepool v West Ham United, 12:40pm GMT, ITV1
Doncaster v Aston Villa, 10am ET, Fox Soccer Channel (not shown in its entirety in England)
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur, 12:15pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur, 5:15pm GMT, ITV1
Kettering v Fulham, 4:30pm ET [tape delayed], Fox Soccer Channel (not shown in its entirety in England)

Sunday, January 25
Cardiff City v Arsenal, 8:30am ET, Setanta Sports USA
Cardiff City v Arsenal, 1:30pm GMT, Setanta Sports UK
Liverpool v Everton, 11am ET, Setanta Sports USA
Liverpool v Everton, 4pm GMT, Setanta Sports UK
Torquay United v Coventry City, 11am ET [tape delayed], Fox Soccer Channel (not shown in its entirety in England)

While football fans will get to enjoy three matches that will not be shown in their entirety in England, football fans in England will be able to watch highlights from those matches (Doncaster v Aston Villa, Kettering v Fulham, and Torquay v Coventry) on ITV1 at 10pm GMT on Saturday night.

For the latest U.S. TV schedules involving Premier League teams, be sure to visit the EPL TV Schedule page, which is frequently updated throughout the season.


3 thoughts on “Weekend FA Cup Schedule For US and UK TV Viewers”

  1. Good catch Bill. It's now fixed, thanks. That shines a whole new light on the coverage in the United States. Two games will be televised live by Fox, while Setanta has four.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

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