The full tournament will continue to be covered by the Worldwide Leader in Sports with the United States for the next four years.

Fans in the United States will be able to follow the full Emirates FA Cup for the next four years, as ESPN and the English Football Association have extended their coverage until the end of the 2027-28 season.

The agreement extends ESPN+'s position as the exclusive home of 79 Emirates FA Cup matches each season, beginning with the First Round and running through to the Final at London's Wembley Stadium. With this, the deal will have extended for nine years after the intial broadcast of the competition in the 2018-19 season.

"It's an exciting time for soccer in the US, with the game's growth evident for all to see, and the FIFA World Cup in North America on the horizon. ESPN have been our valued partner for many years, so we're really happy that they will continue to share the unique stories of the Emirates FA Cup with their audiences until 2028," James Gray, the competition's commercial director stated.

All 79 matches produced by the English FA each season will stream live exclusively on ESPN+ in English and select matches in Spanish. Additional content will feature across ESPN+ and other ESPN platforms, including Emirates FA Cup preview shows, branded highlights shows, and live coverage of Emirates FA Cup draws.

On Saturday, May 25, ESPN+ will exclusively carry the second-straight Manchester Derby Emirates FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Manchester United, live from Wembley Stadium. English-language coverage will begin at 9 a.m. ET with ESPN FC pregame show (kickoff at 10 a.m.). Jon Champion and Jim Beglin (English), Fernando Palomo and Eduardo Biscayart (Spanish) will call the match.