List of FA Cup broadcasters

The FA Cup is broadcast live in the United Kingdom by BBC Sport and ITV Sport from the 2021-22 season and around the world by the respective broadcasting rights holders. This broadcast package is included in The FA package (FA Cup only for BBC Sport), which contains: FA Community Shield (aired before the FA Cup seasons starts) and possible England U-21 Home Internationals.

Summary of FA Cup broadcastersEdit

United KingdomEdit

Both of these broadcasters will air the tournament until 2024-25 season.

Broadcaster Summary
BBC Sport 18 Live matches per season, with highlights of the FA Community Shield.[1] BBC Sport has second and third picks of matches in the Second Round, Fourth Round and the Quarter Finals, as well as first and fourth pick of matches the First, Third and Fifth Rounds, and first pick of the Semi-finals.
ITV Sport At least 20 live matches per season, plus live coverage of the FA Community Shield.[2] ITV has first pick and fourth pick of matches in the Second Round, Fourth Round and the Quarter Finals, as well as second and third picks for the First, Third and Fifth Rounds and second pick of the Semi-finals.

Additional matches featuring Welsh clubs may feature on BBC Wales or on Welsh language channel S4C.

Rest of The WorldEdit

These broadcasters will air the tournament until 2023-24 season.

Country or Region Broadcaster
  Albania SuperSport[3]
  Andorra DAZN[4][5]
  San Marino
  Armenia TBA
  Australia Network 10, Paramount+ Sports
  Bangladesh T Sports
  Bosnia and Herzegovina Sport Klub
  North Macedonia
  Belgium Eleven Sports
  Brazil ESPN
  Brunei Astro SuperSport
  Bulgaria Diema Sport
  Canada Sportsnet
                                                        Caribbean ESPN
  China Bilibili[6]
  Cyprus Cytavision Sports
  Czech Republic Nova Sport
  France beIN Sports
          Southeast Asia[7]
  Estonia Viaplay
  Georgia Adjarasport
  Greece Cosmote Sport
  Hong Kong TVB[8]
  Hungary Spíler TV
  Iceland Stöð 2 Sport
            Indian subcontinent Sony Ten
  Indonesia beIN Sports
  Ireland Premier Sports
  Israel Sport1
  Kazakhstan Setanta Sports
                                  Latin America ESPN
  Latvia Viaplay
  Lithuania Viaplay
  Macau Macau Cable TV
  Malta TSN
  Mongolia SPS
  Myanmar SKYNET Sports
  Netherlands Ziggo Sport
  New Zealand Sky Sport
Viasat Sport
  Romania Pro TV[9]
                          Pacific Digicel
  Pakistan Ten Sports HD[10]
  Portugal Sport TV
  Puerto Rico ESPN
  Russia Match TV
  Singapore mio Sports
                                                                                                  Sub-Saharan Africa SuperSport
  South Korea SPOTV
  Taiwan ELTA
  Tajikistan TV Varzish
  Turkey Tivibu Spor
  United States ESPN
  Vietnam FPT


  1. ^ "BBC and FA agree new four-year FA Cup deal".
  2. ^ "ITV signs four-year deal to make FA Cup games free-to-air from 2021". Retrieved 2019-05-23.
  3. ^ "SuperSport - Pakete Televizive Sportive".
  4. ^ "DAZN lands FA Cup rights in Germany in six-season deal | News | Sportcal". Retrieved 2018-10-27.
  5. ^ DAZN España (2019-02-15). "¡CONFIRMADO! Os dijimos que íbamos a cambiar la forma de ver el deporte. ¡Pues eso empieza desde YA! Este lunes podrás seguir el partido de la @EmiratesFACup entre @ChelseaFC y @ManUtd. En directo. En Facebook y en Youtube. Puro deporte". Twitter (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  6. ^ "Chinese streaming platform Bilibili gets FA Cup rights". SportsPro. 2021-12-06. Retrieved 2021-12-16.
  7. ^ "beIN SPORTS Kembali Siarkan Pertandingan FA Cup di Indonesia". beinsports-id (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2019-03-15.
  8. ^ "MyTV Super secures FA Cup rights in Hong Kong". SportBusiness. 2020-07-30. Retrieved 2020-07-31.
  9. ^ "Europa League, Conference League și Cupa Angliei se văd la PRO TV". Pro TV. 25 August 2021. Retrieved 25 August 2021.
  10. ^ @TenPakistan (2022-05-13). "The FA CUP FINAL is here This SATURDAY AT 8:45PM, its #Chelsea vs #Liverpool Watch it LIVE on TenSports Who do you think will win the #FACup? Comment below #englishfootball #FACupFinal #TenSports" (Tweet). Retrieved 2022-05-14 – via Twitter.