FA Cup Final 2023: Watch Man Utd vs Man City

June 3, 2023 It’s time for one of the most infamous matches in professional football: the famous derby between arch-rivals Manchester United and Manchester City.

Looking for a good live stream to watch the 2023 FA Cup Final from anywhere in the world? We will begin.

Watch FA Cup Final 2023 Live Streaming Worldwide Free – Step-by-Step Guide

Accessing FA Cup live streams has never been easier for football fans in the Netherlands (but also in the rest of the world). There are many good streams, but most of them are geo-blocked, which means they can only be accessed from certain countries.

Fortunately, there is a solution. By using a VPN you can redirect your internet traffic through the United Kingdom. This way you can access free live stream from BBC iPlayer.

Follow the steps below to watch the FA Cup Final between Manchester United and Manchester City for free from anywhere in the world. It only takes a few minutes to set up.

Step 1. Purchase a (temporary) VPN subscription

A VPN is required to route your internet traffic through the UK and obtain a UK IP address. We highly recommend Surfshark VPN as this VPN has many fast servers in the UK.

Surfshark VPN costs a few euros per month (especially since you get a good discount right now). Additionally, you can avail the 30-day money back guarantee without much hassle. This way you can get your money back and it will cost you nothing in the end.

Step 2. Install Surfshark software and connect to UK server

After subscribing to Surfshark, you can download the app to your device, be it a tablet, smartphone or laptop. After extensive testing, we can confirm that Surfshark works well on most devices.

Launch the Surfshark app and select a server in the UK. This process only takes a few seconds and allows you to use the internet as if you were in the UK.

The screenshot below gives you an idea of ​​what the Surfshark app looks like. Selecting one of the UK servers will automatically establish the desired connection.

Step 3. Launch BBC iPlayer or ITVX to watch free FA Cup stream

BBC iPlayer is a British streaming service. It provides best quality live streams of various events to UK viewers.

In general, BBC iPlayer is restricted to people outside the UK. But thanks to a VPN connection, you can watch BBC iPlayer from anywhere as long as you’re connected to a UK VPN server.

Try the following streams while connected to a UK VPN server:

We tested both streaming services extensively with Surfshark, and they all worked perfectly.


Alternative streaming options to watch the FA Cup Final

You can watch Manchester City vs Manchester United 2023 derby on multiple channels. Below is an overview of a country’s official streams.

Many of these streams require a subscription.

Country Stream
America ESPN+
United Kingdom BBC iPlayer, ITVX, STV Player
Canada Sportsnet Now
Australia Paramount+
India JioTV, Sony LIV
Malaysia AstroGo
New Zealand beIN Sports Link

In general, we don’t recommend rogue illegal streaming sites like Hesgoal, as there are good legal alternatives.

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Background information on Manchester United – Manchester City FA Cup Final 2023

The FA Cup Final will be played on June 3, 2023 at 4:00 pm Dutch time.

In this 2023 FA Cup Final, Manchester City face a formidable challenge as they face their arch-rivals Manchester United. The match will be held at the beautiful Wembley Stadium.

Manchester City have already secured the Premier League title and qualified for the Champions League final, where they will face Inter Milan. Although Manchester City have won domestic success before, they have so far failed to win Europe’s most prestigious club competition.

Manchester United’s Dutch manager Erik ten Haag has a chance to achieve a national double following his side’s victory in the Carabao Cup in February 2023. Despite many challenges in his first season, he made a triumphant return to the Champions League. Two trophies will undoubtedly be considered a victory.

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