A big clash in the EPL, Man United vs Spurs is one of the key games on the schedule each season. Here’s how you can watch from the US:

Where to find Man United vs Spurs

The Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Competitions and friendly matches. All scenarios where Manchester United and Tottenham could meet.

Two games annually in Premier League is almost a guarantee, as both sides rarely flirt with relegation. You’ll find EPL games on TV via the USA Network, NBC, Telemundo, and Universo. Peacock will have any games that don’t make it to television.

Fubo has all the channels that show Premier League games, so it’s a good choice to make sure you won’t miss a Man U vs Spurs clash.

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With Fubo you can get a free 7-day trial ($74.99/month after), and they have all the channels that show EPL matches.

Watch Man United vs Tottenham on US TV

ESPN+ is where you’ll want to look for FA Cup and League Cup matches. ESPN/ESPN2 sometimes shows these games, but that’s a rare occurrence.

An all-English UEFA Champions League or Europa League affair would be on CBS/Paramount+ in English. Univision/TUDN/ViX meanwhile would have Spanish coverage.

Streaming offers

Fubo will run you $74.99/month, but does offer a free 7-day trial. Fubo is similar to traditional cable, with a wide variety of channels, but streaming.

Peacock does have exclusive streaming Premier League games, so if MUFC-Spurs overlaps with another game’s kickoff, you might find the game nowhere else.

ESPN+ (for FA Cup and League Cup games) is $9.99/month, or $99.99 annually. The Disney Bundle is another option. It consists of ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu, for $13.99/month.

History of the Man United vs Spurs rivalry

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are two of the higher-profile English clubs in today’s game. United are in an echelon above, with many more league titles and trophies overall. But Tottenham is routinely a top-6 contender in the EPL with big name players, and this makes for an entertaining matchup.

Interestingly, the two clubs are the only English teams to have won at least one major trophy in each decade from the 1950s to 2000s.

However, the two clubs are not traditionally considered as major rivals. Manchester United’s clashes with Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, and Leeds have historically been bigger. While Tottenham’s most important fixtures are usually against North London adversaries Arsenal, as well as Chelsea and West Ham.

The two met in the League Cup Final in 2009, where Manchester won on penalty kicks after a 0-0 draw. United also came out on top in the 2018 FA Cup semifinals at Wembley Stadium.

Despite the minimal animosity between the clubs, the caliber of talent on the pitch in any given game often leads to dramatic clashes.

For more info about each club, as well as upcoming schedules and TV listings, check out our Man United and Spurs club pages.

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