The world’s largest cup competition continues with a bump weekend of FA Cup football.

Despite the continued lockdown, you can watch every single crash on TV – with a range of games that air for free.


Scott McTominay has been Manchester United’s FA Cup hero so farPhoto credit: Getty

Who broadcasts FA Cup quarterfinals TV games

There are four games in the quarterfinals.

The games are shown on BT Sport and the BBC, although none are on the FA Player, as in the third round.

Games on BBC One and BBC iPlayer are available FREE take care of everyone.

BT Sports games are available to anyone who has a subscription to the service. The BT Sport Extra channel is available by pressing the red button.


BT Sport and BBC Sport have a division of the gamesPhoto credit: Paul Marriott – The Sun

If you have an EE telephone contract, you can try a three month trial of BT Sport by sending SPORT to 150.

To get the FA Player, visit the official website or download the app to your phone from the app or the Play Store.

Quarterfinals of the FA Cup

Saturday 20th March

  • Bournemouth 0-3 Southampton – 12.15pm
  • Everton 0-2 Manchester City – 5:30 p.m. – BT Sport 1

Sunday March 21st

  • Chelsea v Sheffield United – 1:30 p.m.
    • TV channel: BBC One
    • Electricity: BBC iPlayer
  • Leicester v Manchester United – 5pm
    • TV channel: BBC One
    • Electricity: BBC iPlayer

How can I watch BT Sport for free?

  • EE customers can include BT Sport in their plan at no additional cost if they have a plan with smart benefits. Simply log into EE and select the BT Sport app.
  • And then take it to the big screen by sending SPORT to 150 for a FREE three month big screen trial so you can cast all of the action on your TV.
  • At the end of the three months, you will automatically roll to the £ 15 per month subscription unless canceled.