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FA Cup Final. Liverpool and Chelsea will face off in the FA Cup final on Saturday and we can bring you the details of when and how to watch the match..
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Chelsea and Liverpool have already met in a final once this season, of course, in the Carabao Cup. There, Liverpool claimed the trophy 11-10 on penalties after a tight 0-0 draw, but Chelsea have the better FA Cup record in recent years, winning five times since the Reds last took the honors, in 2006.
Neither side has been in top form over the past few weeks, as tiredness starts to kick in. Admittedly, Chelsea beat Leeds by 3-0 last week, but Leeds had a man sent off and before that game the Blues had only taken two points from three games.
Liverpool, meanwhile, could only draw 1-1 draw with Tottenham last week, a result that has seriously hurt their chances of winning the Premier League title and moving towards an historic quadruple.
Both sides have injury concerns going into this final: Thomas Tuchel's men may be without Mateo Kovacic and Ngolo Kante, both of whom will face late fitness tests, while Liverpool midfielder Fabinho is definitely out of Jürgen Klopp's side.
Both will also have decisions to make as to who starts up front. For Chelsea, Romelu Lukaku has (finally) started scoring again and will vie with Christian Pulisic, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner for a place. Liverpool, meanwhile, have Mo Salah, Luis Diaz, Sadio Mané, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino to consider.
It's all set up to be another special FA Cup final — and you can watch it all for free. Read on and we'll show you how to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream, wherever you are.
The Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream will be shown on many services around the world, but not all of them are free.
However, if you're lucky enough to be in the U.K. right now then you won't need to pay a penny — because the FA Cup final will be shown live on two free-to-air channels and their streaming platforms.
That means you can watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and BBC iPlayer, and also on ITV and ITV Hub, with kick off set for 4.45 p.m. BST.
All sounds great, right? But what if you're not in the U.K. right now? Don't worry — you can still watch from elsewhere by using one of the best VPNs, for instance ExpressVPN. Read on and we'll explain…
How to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream in the US
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You're going to need ESPN Plus to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream — because the streaming service has the rights to every FA Cup game this season.
ESPN Plus is ESPN's standalone streaming service and is available via the ESPN website and many of the best streaming devices.
It's also a very well-priced service as these things go, with a subscription costing just $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year.
Better still, you can bundle it with Disney Plus and Hulu for an incredible $13.99 per month (or $19.99/month if you want ad-free Hulu). That saves you nearly $8 on the usual price of $21.97 if you signed up for those three services individually, making it one of the best deals in streaming TV.
How to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream in the UK
As we said above, the FA Cup final will as always be shown live on BBC and ITV. That means you can watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub, with kick off set for 4.45 p.m. BST.
Of course coverage will begin before that, with Football Focus from 12-1 on BBC One, followed by MOTDx at 1.15, MOTD Top 10 at 1.45, an FA Cup rewind at 2.15, The Road to Wembley at 3.15 and then coverage of the final itself from 4 p.m. BST.
On ITV, meanwhile, the main FA Cup show will start at 3.45 p.m. to give you plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere.
And don't despair if you're not in the U.K. right now, because you can still watch from elsewhere by using ExpressVPN or another VPN service. Just remember that you should have a valid TV licence to do so.
How to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream in Canada
Canadian soccer fans can watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream on Sportsnet Now. As well as being available via most cable services, Sportsnet Now can also be streamed online, so there's no excuse not to tune in.
Canadians stuck abroad that still want their low-price alternative can use a VPN such as ExpressVPN to trick their streaming device into thinking it's back in the great white north.
How to watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream in Australia
Those lucky Aussies can watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream on Paramount Plus.
Paramount Plus costs AU$8.99/month or AU$89.9 a year but if you sign up now you can get a 7-day free trial — meaning you could watch the Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream for free.
Not in Australia right now? You can simply use a VPN such as as ExpressVPN to watch all the action on your account, as if you were back home.
After a hopeless season for the men's senior group, United fans will expect to see a few stars representing things to come in real life as the under-18s hope to add to their 10 youth cups on Wednesday night. For supporters in the UK, the game will be shown live on BBC One and ITV. For US viewers, the game will be available on ESPN+. For Canadian viewers, the game can be watched on Sportsnet One, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet Now, and Sportsnet.ca. For viewers in India, the game will be available on SONY TEN 2, SONY TEN 2 HD, Sony Liv, and JioTV.
Australian viewers can tune in on Paramount+. For viewers in Nigeria, the match can be watched on SuperSport Premier League Nigeria, SuperSport MaXimo 1, SuperSport GOtv Football, and DStv Now. The Chelsea vs Liverpool live stream will show us the FA Cup final in all its glory. It's streaming live FOR FREE on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub — but if you're not in the U.K. right now you can tune in via a VPN.