2 FA Cup quarterfinals moved to ESPN television

ESPN has decided to move two high-profile FA Cup quarterfinals to its flagship network.

Previously, all of the FA Cup matches have been on ESPN+, but with the lack of live sports on U.S. television, ESPN has decided to elevate the Norwich-Manchester United and Sheffield United-Arsenal matches to its main sports TV network.

As of press time, the plan is to make those two matches available on ESPN+ as well as the other two quarterfinals which feature Leicester City-Chelsea and Newcastle United-Manchester City.

The trend of making some matches available on television that were previously slotted for ESPN+ includes the Serie A and Coppa Italia.

Here’s the TV and streaming schedule for viewers in the United States (all kickoff times listed are in the Eastern United States timezone):

 

Saturday, June 27

Norwich vs. Manchester United (FA Cup quarterfinal), 12:30pm, ESPN, Sling Orange, Hulu + Live TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV and ESPN+

 

Sunday, June 28

Sheffield United vs. Arsenal (FA Cup quarterfinal), 8am, ESPN, Sling Orange, Hulu + Live TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV and ESPN+

Leicester City vs. Chelsea (FA Cup quarterfinal), 11am, ESPN+

Newcastle United vs. Manchester City (FA Cup quarterfinal), 1:30pm, ESPN+

 

SEE MORE: Schedule of FA Cup games on US TV and streaming

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