Watching the FA Cup on TV is a tradition for all football fans, in the UK and all around the world.
This guide will show you all the FA Cup football on TV this week, when the semi-finals and finals will be shown, and what channels you'll need.
The world's oldest and most famous domestic cup competition is always one of the most popular with viewers when it comes to football on TV. Millions tune in to live matches in every round, hoping to see a famous giant killing, a last gasp winner, or any of the iconic scenes that are synonymous with this amazing cup competition.
If you want to make sure you don't miss a match, then our live FA Cup TV schedule is exactly what you need. Updated daily, it shows you every televised FA Cup fixture along with the date, kick of time and the TV channel it's being broadcast on.
For the first time in years, every live FA Cup match will be available on free to air TV this season!
The two broadcasters share the rights to show live FA Cup matches, and they take turns to choose which games they want to show once the fixtures have been drawn for each round.
BBC and ITV will broadcast one FA Cup semi-final each. The BBC will get first pick of which game they want to show.