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Schedule of FA Cup 4th Round games for United States

The Fourth Round of the 2018/19 FA Cup features all 16 games streamed to viewers in the United States for the first time in the history of the competition.

And to make the FA Cup 4th Round even more interesting, there are a few intriguing clashes featuring Arsenal against Manchester United, AFC Wimbledon hosting West Ham United in a London derby, fifth-tier Barnet playing at home against Championship side Brentford and more, which you can also stream to your TV.

For soccer fans in the United States, you can subscribe to a 7-day free trial to ESPN+ so you can enjoy live and on-demand soccer action from not only the FA Cup but also the Championship, League Cup, Serie A, UEFA Nations League, Scottish FA Cup, Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, Eredivisie, Danish Superliga, Chinese Super League, Indian Super League, Australian A-League, Sweden’s Allsvenskan, MLS out-of-market games and USL.

Here’s the schedule of the FA Cup 4th Round for viewers in the United States (all kickoff times listed are in the Eastern United States timezone):


Friday, January 25

Bristol City v Bolton (FA Cup 4th Round), 2:45am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Arsenal v Manchester United (FA Cup 4th Round), 2:55pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)


Saturday, January 26

Accrington v Derby (FA Cup 4th Round), 7:30am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Shrewsbury v Wolves (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Swansea v Gillingham (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Brighton v West Brom (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Doncaster v Oldham (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Newcastle v Watford (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Middlesbrough v Newport (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Manchester City v Burnley (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Portsmouth v QPR (FA Cup 4th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Millwall v Everton (FA Cup 4th Round), 12:30pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Wimbledon v West Ham (FA Cup 4th Round), 2:45pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)


Sunday, January 27

Crystal Palace v Tottenham (FA Cup 4th Round), 11am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday (FA Cup 4th Round), 1pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)


Monday, January 28

Barnet v Brentford (FA Cup 4th Round), 2:45pm ESPN+ (7-day free trial)


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  1. Brendan

    January 18, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    All the games have commentary . It is fantastic no idiot shows like TNT making a mockery of the Champions League .

  2. joe

    January 18, 2019 at 5:55 am

    All games in round 3 had commentary

  3. Rick

    January 18, 2019 at 1:12 am

    Least put one game on ESPN-all about greed and average fan loses again.

  4. Guillermo Estrada

    January 17, 2019 at 10:16 pm

    Used to love waking up Saturday s and sundays catching FA cup on fox deportes so sad ESPN dont even show a game or 2 on ESPN , ESPN 2 or ESPN deportes

  5. Daniel

    January 17, 2019 at 2:37 pm

    Are the majority of the games going to be streamed again with no commentary? And just the matches from the bbc and bt sport have play by play?

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