The game between the two teams from Manchester will have detailed coverage in both English and Spanish languages.

The highly-anticipated match between Manchester City and Manchester United will put an end to the 2022-23 season for top-tier football tournaments in England, and fans in the United States will be able to follow it on ESPN+.

The platform will carry the game where Pep Guardiola's men will try to win the second of three major titles after claiming the Premier League crown and with the UEFA Champions League final taking place on June 10. This time, the club led by the Spaniard will face Manchester United, who would be delighted to end their treble hopes with a win on Saturday.

The game will be covered in English and Spanish, with stellar commentators such as Jim Beglin and Jon Champion taking care of on-site coverage, while former footballers Shaka Hislop and Kieran Gibbs ready to comment on the game live from the studio. Meanwhile, Fernando Palomo, Moisés Llorens, and 1978 World Cup winner Mario Kempes will be in charge of covering the game for Spanish-speaking users.

This edition of the Manchester Derby will become the 142nd edition of the FA Cup Final. The game will kick off at 10:00 a.m. ET.