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Schedule of FA Cup 5th Round games available in United States

For fans of the FA Cup or any of the teams participating in the 5th Round of the competition, every match will be available for viewing in the United States.

With only 7 Premier League teams left out of the last 16, the 5th Round throws up the possibility of as few as only one Premier League side advancing to the 6th Round — but that it would involve shocking FA Cup defeats for Watford, Brighton, Manchester City, Wolves and Crystal Palace.

Out of all of the matches this weekend, the three must-see games are:

• Chelsea-Manchester United,
• Newport County-Manchester City, and
• AFC Wimbledon-Millwall.

To watch any or all of the games, start your free 7-day trial to ESPN+.

 

Here’s the schedule for the FA Cup 5th Round (kickoff times are listed in the Eastern United States timezone):

 

Friday, February 15

Queens Park Rangers vs. Watford (FA Cup 5th Round), 2:45pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

 

Saturday, February 16

Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Derby County (FA Cup 5th Round), 7:30am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

AFC Wimbledon vs. Millwall (FA Cup 5th Round), 10am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Newport County vs. Manchester City (FA Cup 5th Round), 12:30pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

 

Sunday, February 17

Bristol City vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers (FA Cup 5th Round), 8am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Doncaster Rovers vs. Crystal Palace (FA Cup 5th Round), 11am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

Swansea City vs. Brentford (FA Cup 5th Round), 11am, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

 

Monday, February 18

Chelsea vs. Manchester United (FA Cup 5th Round), 2:30pm, ESPN+ (7-day free trial)

 
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7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Azer

    February 16, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    Hello Ronnie,
    You are missing the point. This is not about football/soccer fans, It’s about the TV networks who couldn’t care less about anything soccer aka proper football. The FA Cup was on TV for many years when Fox Sports had the rights. We understand what the FA Cup is, we watched it on TV for years. Please put the blame where it belongs, on the TV networks, not the supporters.

  2. Ronnie

    February 16, 2019 at 8:51 am

    You guys are typically uneducated football watchers in USA. You have no idea how unique the FA Cup is. Its great to see smaller sides doing so well, the USA TV channels are missing out. What you lot have to understand is that its nothing to do with money or big match-ups like your other USA sports where the best franchise’s are what everyone wants to see – this is real grass roots proper football, which is something you have no idea about.

  3. ken

    February 15, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    I fully agree with Mark. As an ex Brit I so enjoyed the FA Cup..now gone! Also weakened team by Premier Sides an INSULT! HKR

  4. Mark Fichtner

    February 14, 2019 at 4:14 pm

    Bravo ESPN. That’s how you grow the sport in the U.S. Remove from TV broadcast and make it subscription stream only. Bunch of morons.

    • John G.

      February 16, 2019 at 7:12 am

      That’s the best thing that could happen to MLS. It is a national embarrassment and deserves to be hidden away on streaming until its owners stop price-fixing and start competing.

  5. Jeff Pony

    February 14, 2019 at 12:21 pm

    Some very boring match ups here. No wonder the competition has been “relegated” to internet stream only these days.

  6. Christopher M Halligan

    February 14, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    Do we have commentator assignments yet ?

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