The FA-Cup is out of its preliminary stages and into the spotlight again in the third-round. This is the stage where big teams from the Premier League come in and spoil the fun for smaller teams. There will be six officially broadcast games in the UK for the third-round but Potato Streams has got your back in case you support teams not being shown on television.
FA Cup Third-Round: Who’s playing on live television
The Third Round of the FA Cup starts on January 4 and lasts until January 7. Opening and closing the round are Premier League teams. The full list of televised FA Cup Third Round draws:
- Tranmere Rovers v Tottenham Hotspurs: January 4, 19:45 BT Sport 2 & BT Sport 4K UHD
- Manchester United v Reading: January 5, 12:30 BT Sport 2 & BT Sport 4K UHD
- Blackpool v Arsenal: January 5, 17:30 BT Sport 2 & BT Sport 4K UHD
- Woking v Watford: January 6, 14:00 BT Sport 2 & BT Sport 4K UHD
- Newport County v Leicester City: January 6, 16:30 BBC One
- Wolverhampton Wanderers v Liverpool: January 7, 19:45 BBC One
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The Above games will be shown live on television in the UK. Other games, that will not be broadcast locally will still have global broadcasters. ESPN+ will carry all the games and if you live in the United States, you can subscribe and stream every game for a fee.
The following games can only be streamed (not televised) if you are a resident of the UK. For fans of most teams in the FA Cup Third-Round not listed above, Potato Streams offers free live match streams. All you need to do is download the app and start watching, from anywhere. No location restriction, no subscription fee. Stream all you can.
FA Cup Third-Round Fixtures Not being Televised/Broadcast in the UK
- Sheffield Wednesday vs. Luton: January 5, 12:30
- Shrewsbury Town v Stoke City: January 5, 12.30
- Bournemouth v Brighton: January 5, 12:30
- West Ham United v Birmingham City: January 5. 12:30
- Burnley v Barnsley: January 5, 12.30
- West Bromwich Albion v Wigan Athletic: January 5, 12:30
- Everton v Lincoln City: January 5, 15:00
- Chelsea v Nottingham Forest: January 5, 15:00
- Derby vs. Southampton: January 5, 15:00
- Aston Villa v Swansea: January 5, 15:00
- Newcastle United v Blackburn Rovers: January 5, 17:30
- Crystal Palace v Grimsby Town: January 5, 17:30
- Bristol City v Huddersfield Town: January 5, 17:30
- Norwich City v Portsmouth: January 5, 17:30
- Millwall v Hull City: January 6, 14:00
- Preston North End v Doncaster Rovers: January 6 14:00
- Fulham v Oldham Athletic: January 6, 14:00
- Manchester City v Rotherham United: January 6, 14:00
- Queens Park Rangers v Leeds: January 6, 14:00
- Sheffield United v Barnet: January 6, 14:00
Don’t miss the FA Cup Third-Round fixture of Any Premier League Team
Most of these games may be available at the ESPN+ service as well as the official stream of the club. However, if you are in the UK, the best option for you could be to install Potato Streams and watch most of the non-broadcast matches live. You will not miss any games that have Premier League teams playing, regardless of the kick-off time.
Whether your favourite team is being broadcast for the third round of FA Cup or not, you can rely on Potato Streams to do its job and stream these games live straight to your Smartphone.
The Fourth Round of the FA-Cup begins January 26. A draw will be held to decide the next round of fixtures after these games are played. So where are you watching the FA-Cup third round? Get the Potato Streams app today!