If you’re looking for the League Cup TV schedule for fans in the United States, you’ve come to the right place.
With the League Cup, now known officially as the EFL Cup (and previously as the Capital One Cup), beIN SPORTS has the US TV and Internet rights to the cup competition. The games are featured on the beIN SPORTS channel (DirecTV 620, Dish Network 392, and Verizon FiOS 805) as well as beIN SPORTS Espańol.
Earlier rounds of the tournament or lesser profile games are sometimes shown on beIN SPORTS Connect, beIN’s overflow Internet streaming site that is only available via participating TV providers and fuboTV.
For soccer fans who want to watch League Cup games that don’t have beIN SPORTS, you can watch the network online and via apps with Sling World Sports and fuboTV. Sign up for free trials with any of these soccer streaming services.
Note: Unlike the FA Cup, the EFL Cup matches that end in a draw after regulation time go into two 15 minute extra time periods followed by penalties if necessary. The semifinals are played over two legs.
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Here’s the League Cup TV schedule:
League Cup TV schedule
Last updated: February 26, 2017
2017-18 EFL Cup returns in September, 2017
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