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ESPN acquires exclusive FA Cup rights for Australia, Latin America and the Caribbean

Brighton scraped through into the semifinal of the FA cup on penalties after a remarkable goalkeeping error gifted them a last minute equalizer.
Wolves comfortably beat a listless Manchester United 2-1 at Molineux to move on to the semifinals of the FA Cup.

ESPN has reached an exclusive, multi-year deal for the broadcast and digital rights for the FA Cup in Australia, Latin America (Spanish-speaking) and the Caribbean.

This weekend's semifinals will be available to watch on ESPN networks within all three regions, beginning with Saturday's clash between Manchester City and Brighton, followed by Sunday's Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Watford match.

"As the oldest national football competition in the world, the Emirates FA Cup holds some of the most storied moments in the history of soccer," said Tim Bunnell, ESPN's senior vice president of programming.

"Adding such an iconic tournament to ESPN's unparalleled soccer content reinforces the company's steadfast commitment to serving fans across our international networks."


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