When is the FA Cup Final? Man City vs Man Utd Kick-Off Time Ahead of HUGE Derby Showdown – Stream FREE TV Channel
MANCHESTER UNITED will look to stop their FA Cup final rivals Manchester City from progressing in the hunt for the treble.
City have already won their third consecutive Premier League title but now they want more titles.
After meeting United at Wembley Stadium, City will face Inter Milan in the Champions League final.
United secured their place in this year’s final after beating Brighton on penalties.
The semi-final between the two teams ended goalless after 120 minutes, meaning that the decision on who would join Manchester City could only be decided by penalties.
Solly March missed the crucial penalty, meaning the Red Devils reach the final where they meet their local rivals.
Man City edged out champions Sheffield United in the semi-finals, beating the Blades 3-0.
Riyad Mahrez scored a stunning hat-trick to propel City through to the final and keep the treble dream alive.
Eric ten Hag’s side will do everything in their power to deny the Cityzens any chance of a historic treble-winning season.
When is the FA Cup Final: Man City vs Man United?
- Man City vs Man United takes place on Saturday 3 June.
- Kick-off is at 3pm UK time.
- Host is Wembley Stadium.
What channel is FA Cup Final: Man City v Man United on and is it FREE to stream live?
- This year’s FA Cup final between Man City and Man United will be broadcast live on ITV and BBC.
- You can stream the game live for FREE on BBC iPlayer or ITV X as long as you have a valid TV license.
- Alternatively, you can follow SunSport’s live blog to keep up with all the action.
To win the FA Cup outright:
- Man City – 4/11
- Man United – 2/1
*Quotes courtesy of Ladbrokes and are correct at the time of publication.