Where to Watch Every Game of Emirates FA Cup Without Cable

How to Watch 2020 FA Cup on Roku, Amazon Fire TV & Apple TV

The only way to watch the 2020 Emirates FA Cup is on ESPN+

That’s a big change compared to years past.

The FA Cup is one of the most exciting events capping English football. And this year is no different. The Heads Up FA Cup Final has Arsenal vs Chelsea.

Arsenal is hoping to claim a record 14th FA Cup title, after taking down reigning champs Man City in the semi finals. Chelsea has a chance to win their 7th FA Cup. The team defeated Manchester United in a 3-1 win.

The FA Cup Final will be at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium. The match starts on Aug. 1 at 12:30 pm ET.

This guide will break down how to watch the quarterfinals, semifinals and FA Cup without cable TV. You’ll need to live in the U.S. for these live streaming options. 

Live Stream FA Cup on ESPN+

ESPN+ is a digital network that lives within the ESPN app. So you can easily watch the FA Cup live on a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4, Xbox One and even a PC or smartphone.

A subscription costs $4.99 per month — less than a movie rental. 

There are no contracts or long term obligations to keep the service. So you can sign up, and watch some other live sports, including UFC Fight Night.

The key thing to remember is that if you plan on watching the FA Cup final on Aug. 1, you’re going to need to sign up for ESPN+ because it has the exclusive rights to the match.

Emirates FA Cup 2020 Schedule 

FA Cup Final

Sat, August 1: 12:30 p.m. ET in U.S. Arsenal vs. Chelsea; live streams exclusively on ESPN+

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