- City vs. United, face to face at Wembley to decide who gets the oldest Cup in the world.
- Saturday, June 3 live on ESPN Caribbean
On Saturday, June 3, Manchester City and Manchester United will meet in the finale of the Football Association Challenge Cup for the first time, at the legendary Wembley Stadium, to determine who will win the oldest tournament in the world. ESPN Caribbean has the exclusive coverage live.
Pep Guardiola’s team, winners of the last Premier League title, defeated Sheffield United on the road with a resounding 3-0 win and a hat-trick from the relentless Mahrez, who lined up alongside Haaland, De Bruyne, Grealish and Julián Álvarez. City runs an impressive strategy that continues to have strong results both locally and internationally, as they will also be playing in the UEFA Champions League final, on the 10th, against Inter Milan.
While Erik Ten Hag’s Red Devils qualified for the final after beating Brighton in a nailbiter that ended in a penalty shootout. United’s side will highlight stars like Casemiro, Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Sancho and perhaps the entry of the Argentine youth Alejandro Garnacho.
Manchester City will be trying for their 7th FA Cup win, while Manchester United will be looking for their 14th. Tune in on who will get English football bragging rights and the Emirates FA Cup trophy, exclusively on ESPN Caribbean.
ESPN Caribbean Presents 2023 FA Cup (All times in EST)
|Network||Start Time (EST)||EP Name|
|Saturday, June 3|
|ESPN Caribbean||9:55 AM||FA Cup Soccer, Manchester City vs. Manchester United|