FA Cup TV schedule 2023: How and when fans can watch every live televised game on BT TV

Everything you need to know about how to watch every televised FA Cup fixture during 2023 on BT TV.

By Callum Davis Published: 6 January 2023 - 1.53pm
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The oldest club competition in world football returns this weekend as the third round of the FA Cup takes centre stage.

Eight months on from their thrilling penalty shootout triumph at the expense of Chelsea, holders Liverpool begin the defence of their crown against Wolverhampton Wanderers in one of five all-Premier League ties.

All in all there are 32 ties over the course of four days, with record winners and Premier League leaders Arsenal travel to League One Oxford United.

The action gets under way on Friday night when 12-time winners Manchester United host Frank Lampard's struggling Everton at Old Trafford.

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Elsewhere Wrexham, one of three teams flying the non-league flag this year, take on Championship Coventry for a place in the fourth round.

Joint-owned by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, the Welsh outfit are appearing in the third round for the first time since 2015.

Wrexham's National League rivals Boreham Wood, 13th in the fifth tier of English football and the lowest-ranked club left in the competition, will be looking to go one better after their FA Cup heroics last season.

The Hertfordshire club beat League One AFC Wimbledon and Championship side Bournemouth on their way to the fifth round, where they lost at Everton.

The FA Cup final will take place at Wembley on 3 June, six days after the Premier League season ends and one week before the Champions League final in Istanbul on 10 June.

When and where can I watch each match?


Friday 6 January

Manchester United vs Everton - 8pm KO, ITV1


Saturday 7 January

Gillingham vs Leicester City - 12.30pm KO, BBC One

Tottenham vs Portsmouth - 12.30pm KO, BBC iPlayer

Sheffield Wednesday vs Newcastle United - 6pm KO, BBC One

Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - 8pm, ITV4


Sunday 8 January

Cardiff City vs Leeds United - 2pm, ITV1

Man City vs Chelsea - 4.30pm, BBC One

Aston Villa vs Stevenage - 4.30pm, BBC iPlayer


Monday 9 January

Oxford United vs Arsenal - 8pm KO, ITV1


Full FA Cup schedule

Can I watch the Premier League on BT Sport?

There are plenty of ways to enjoy the minimum of 52 games heading your way this season.

Each match will of course be shown on TV and available in High Definition, with selected fixtures also being shown on BT Sport Ultimate – the best way to watch football.

But that’s not all. You can watch live or catch up with the best of the action on the BT Sport app – now available on more devices than ever before.

From PlayStation and Xbox to Samsung TV, Apple TV and many more, you can keep across the best league in the world at your leisure.

You can also download the app on your mobile or tablet device so you can watch on the go, with our enhanced video player putting you in control of how you consume the match.

Here's a full list of every Premier League game coming your way on BT Sport.

What else does BT Sport offer?

We’ve not just got your domestic interests covered this season. We’re the home of European football, too, with every Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League game exclusively live on BT Sport.

We'll also be bringing you the best of  Ligue 1, the National League, the A-League and much more – with all the action available on BT TV.

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