FA Cup Live Streaming

FA Cup Live Streaming
FA Cup Live Streaming

Despite numerous name changes due to sponsorship reasons and its official name of The Football Association Challenge Cup, the most iconic knock out tournament in world club football is known to all as simply the FA Cup.

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With so many matches and with many featuring ‘less fashionable’ clubs, it can be difficult for fans to watch FA Cup matches live.

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To watch all of this great action from the FA Cup all that you need is a our live streaming partners account.

No matter if it is the FA Cup First Round, the FA Cup Second Round, the FA Cup 3rd Round, the FA Cup 4th Round, the FA Cup 5th Round or event he FA Cup Quarter Finals, the FA Cup Semi-Finals or the FA Cup Final.

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The FA Cup takes on 4 stages with the early matches seeing the best non-league teams fighting it out to take on League sides in the early rounds of the competition proper. We then get the rank outsiders taking on the top teams in round 3 and 4 before the later stages seeing the best take on the best.

With 100’s of matches each season taking part in the all parts of England and Wales, the good news is that you can now watch numerous matches from the FA Cup live and legally online via our live streaming partners and their incredible live streaming console.

The FA Cup was first held in the 1871-72 season, which makes it the world’s oldest knock out tournament and has gone on to become the most iconic as well as having been copied, or used as the template, for numerous football tournaments worldwide.

The final of the FA Cup is held at Wembley Stadium at the end of the football calendar each season and is one of the most watched matches in club football with the match shown around the globe. The FA Cup acts as a qualification route for the Europa League, with the winners getting there chance in Europe although in recent seasons it has often been the runner sup with the winners already having qualified for Europe via the Champions League.

Watch matches live from the early rounds of the competition through to the latter stages including top teams facing off and so called minnows chasing upsets, or Cupsets as they are know known.

The FA Cup is open to any eligible club down to the 10th level of the English footballing pyramid including of course all of the those in the Premier League and Football League (levels 1-4).

Here at SportsStream.co.uk our main focus for the FA Cup is live streaming of matches in what is often called the FA Cup proper- round 1 through to the final although we may feature any big matches from the early qualifying rounds.

In the early round of the competition our focus is on those matches that feature a possible shock result. These results that are often known as ‘Giant Killings’ or ‘Cupsets’ and in our opinion it is these types of matches that really make the FA Cup stand out.

Although knock out competitions between lower league teams and top flight teams happen in the majority of football playing countries around the world nowadays, there is something special about the FA Cup.

In other competitions there maybe 1 or 2 upsets per year but here in England we are lucky to have a competition where there is often numerous shocks per round.

Although the exact dates for the FA Cup change from one season to another the structure of the competition remains pretty much the same from one season to another. All of the teams entering the FA Cup from level 9 and 10 in the start by competing in what is known as an Extra-Preliminary Round, which is played in August.

The rest of the schedule is:

Qualifying Rounds
Preliminary Round (August)
First Round (September)
Second Round (September)
Third Round (October)
Fourth Round (October)
Competition Proper
First Round (November)
Second Round (December)
Third Round (January)
Fourth Round (January)
Fifth Round (February)
Sixth Round (March)
Semi-Finals (April)
Final (May)

Knockout football always offers up exciting and unpredictable entertaining action simply thanks to the very nature of it. Every team wants to win every match they take place in but non want the burden of extra time and/or the lottery of a penalty shootout. That means that in the majority of matches 1 or both teams have to attack to get the goals needed to send them through.

That can lead to higher ranked teams running away with matches but it can also leave them exposed, giving opportunities to the lower ranked teams and that is why we can often get upsets.

In recent seasons Premier League and ever increasingly Championship teams name ‘weakened’ teams for their early round matches and whilst this often doesn’t go down to well it does give more opportunities for teams coming up against them.

It also allows up and coming youngsters a chance to not only make it to the first team but also to impress in an internationally televised competition.

One of the biggest issues for fans in the FA Cup is that matches can often be arrange and/or re-arrange at short notice due to the nature of the competition but also due to television companies and their schedules. That can make it difficult for supporters to get to matches, especially if there is a long away trip involved.

The good news for fans of all clubs is that many FA Cup matches are shown live on TV, not only in the UK but also around the world and the majority of these matches can be watched 100% legally live online via our partners from right here at SportsStream.co.uk.