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Manchester City vs Manchester United in the FA Cup final is the most anticipated cup final in recent years. Due to a litany of subplots, individual battles, and tactical adjustments, FA Cup Final 2023 will be an appointment viewing.

Here’s all you need to know about the game, how to watch it, which channel it will be on, kick-off time, and more so you don’t miss a second of the action!

What time is the FA Cup final?

The game will kick off at 3 PM BST (British Standard Time), which is one hour ahead of GMT. Therefore, the KO time is 2 PM GMT.

FA Cup Final 2023 TV coverage

The game will be free to watch in the UK, with BBC One starting the coverage from 1.50 PM onwards. ITV1 will start their coverage at 2.05 PM.

For those not watching on broadcast television, the game can also be watched on BBC iPlayer and ITVX, the streaming platforms for BBC and ITV.

Who is refereeing the FA Cup final?

Experienced official Paul Tierney will be the main referee for the FA Cup final. He will be joined by assistants Neil Davies and Scott Ledger. Peter Bankes will be the fourth official. Adrian Holmes will be the reserve assistant referee.

VAR support will be from David Cootes and Simon Long.

FA Cup final buildup: All you need to know

Click the links below for all you need to know in the buildup to the first-ever Manchester Derby in the FA Cup final-

Vatsal Gupta
A die-hard Red Devil, who has straight up not had a good time since 2012. Lives on Korean dramas and books and can often be heard talking about armchair psychological stuff.

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