FA, BBC, BT confirmed televised schedule for FA Cup 2019/20 semi-finals

FA, BBC, BT confirmed televised schedule for FA Cup 2019/20 semi-finals
Updated on Wednesday 1 July 2020 by @TVNewsroom

The FA, BT Sport and the BBC have today confirmed the televised schedule for this month’s FA Cup semi-finals.

Holders Manchester City will meet Arsenal in the first semi-final on 18th July, kick-off 7.45pm, live on BT Sport.

The BBC will air Manchester United v Chelsea from 6.00pm on Sunday 19th July.

This year’s FA Cup final is scheduled to take place on Saturday 1st August – live on the BBC and BT Sport.

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