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Where to Find Arsenal vs Hull City FA Cup Final On US TV and Internet

fa cup final trophy 600x347 Where to Find Arsenal vs Hull City FA Cup Final On US TV and Internet

Today marks the second time ever that the FA Cup Final will air on US broadcast television. Arsenal and Hull City clash at Wembley Stadium in London, live today on the over-the-air FOX network and FOX Soccer 2Go.

Rob Stone hosts pregame, halftime and postgame coverage of the FA Cup Final from the FOX Network Center in Los Angeles with analysts Warren Barton and Brian McBride. FOX Sports’ FA Cup Final coverage also welcomes guest analysts Stuart Holden and Vinnie Jones. Holden is a current midfielder for England’s Bolton Wanderers as well as the U.S. Men’s National Team, while Jones is a British actor and FA Cup legend, having won the tournament in 1988 as Wimbledon bested Liverpool in what was one of the largest upsets in FA Cup history.

Coverage begins at11:30 a.m. ET, while commentators Gus Johnson and Eric Wynalda take over for the 12:00 p.m. ET kickoff.

In the FA Cup final, Barclays Premier League sides Arsenal and Hull City face off to determine the champion of the world’s oldest soccer competition and England’s main domestic cup tournament. Arsenal, with 10 FA Cup titles to its name, reaches the final after beating last year’s champion Wigan Athletic on penalty kicks, while Hull City makes its first-ever FA Cup Final appearance in the team’s 110-year history.

The FOX Sports GO app live streams both finals to authenticated online, mobile and tablet devices.


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