Watch live FA Cup matches on TV on BT Sports or BBC, or stream FA Cup matches live using digital channels from the BBC or BT Sports.
You’ll never miss a match with our live FA Cup fixture guide and schedule, updated with TV listings from the first round of the FA Cup, through to the final being held at Wembley Stadium, London.
The 2021/22 FA Cup final will be shown on both BBC and BT Sport, with HD viewing options available.
FA Cup Live Streaming
This year’s FA Cup matches will be available to stream live on digital streaming services, including their mobile app, from BT Sport as well as the BBC and BBC iPlayer with both standard definition and high definition options available.
Which FA Cup games are live on TV?
Using the TV schedule below, you can see which FA Cup matches are on TV for this round of fixtures.
Friday 7th January
|8pm||Swindon vs Man City||ITV4 / ITV Hub|
Saturday 8th January
|12.45pm||Millwall vs Crystal Palace||ITV / ITV Hub|
|5.30pm||Hull City vs Everton||BBC One / BBC iPlayer|
|5.30pm||Swansea City vs Southampton||BBC Two Wales / BBC iPlayer|
Sunday 9th January
|2pm||Cardiff City vs Preston North End||S4C|
|2.15pm||West Ham vs Leeds United||ITV / ITV Hub|
|5.15pm||Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal||ITV / ITV Hub|
Monday 10th January
|7.55pm||Man United vs Aston Villa||BBC One / BBC iPlayer|
FA Cup highlights on TV
Highlights of the 2020 FA Cup final can be watched after the game on BBC iPlayer, and on the BT Sport app.
When is the FA Cup 2022 Final?
The final of the 2021/22 FA Cup competition will take place Saturday 4th May 2022 at Wembley Stadium. The time and teams are yet to be confirmed.