When is Man City vs Man United FA Cup Final 2023: Time, day, live stream, TV channel for derby showdown

By | April 23, 2023

Manchester City remain on course for a potential trophy treble at the end of the 2022/23 season after setting up an FA Cup date with arch foes Manchester United.

Pep Guardiola’s side eased into the Wembley showpiece final with a 3-0 semifinal win over Premier League promotion chasers Sheffield United as Riyad Mahrez netted a hat trick.

However, the 2019 FA Cup winners will face a Manchester derby in the final as United edged out a penalty shootout win over Brighton & Hove Albion.

Below are all the details to follow the Man City vs. Man United FA Cup final mtch, including the kickoff time for fans around the world.

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Man City vs. Man United start time

The match between Manchester City and Manchester United will be played at Wembley Stadium and will kick off at 15:00 local time in the UK.

Here’s how that time translates in time zones across the world:

Man City vs Man United date, time

  Date Kickoff time
USA Sat, Jun. 3 10:00 ET
Canada Sat, Jun. 3 10:00 ET
UK Sat, Jun. 3 15:00 BST
India Sat, Jun. 3 20:30 IST
Australia Sun, Jun. 4 01:00 AEDT
Hong Kong Sat, Jun. 3 23:00 HKT
Malaysia Sat, Jun. 3 23:00 MYT
Singapore Sat, Jun. 3 23:00 SGT
New Zealand Sun, Jun. 4 03:00 NZDT

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Man City vs Man United live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch all of the action from this match in some of the major territories:

  TV channel Streaming
Canada Sportsnet Sportsnet Now
UK BBC 1 BBC iPlayer/site
Australia Paramount
New Zealand Sky Sport, beIN Sports beIN Sports Connect
India Sony TEN Jio TV, SONY LIV
Hong Kong  myTV SUPER, M Plus LIVE
Malaysia Astro SuperSport 

Astro GO, sooka


UK: This match will be broadcast live in the UK on the BBC with streaming options available on the BBC iPlayer.

USA: This match will be streamed exclusively on ESPN+.

Canada: Every FA Cup game this season is available exclusively via Sportsnet/Sportsnet Now in Canada.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream this match live and on demand on Paramount.

How many times have Man City won the FA Cup?

Manchester City have won six FA Cup titles in their history, joint with Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United, with only six teams winning more FA Cups than City.

Arsenal are the most successful club in FA Cup history with 14 titles, followed by Manchester United (12), Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham (all on 8) and Aston Villa (7).

Man City’s FA Cup Final wins
Date Final Opponent Result Scorers
April 23, 1904 Bolton Wanderers Man City 1 Bolton Wanderers 0 Meredith
April 28, 1934 Portsmouth Man City 2 Portsmouth 1 Tilson x2; Rutherford
May 5,  1956 Birmingham City Man City 3 Birmingham City 1 Hayes, Johnstone, Dyson; Kinsey
April 26, 1969 Leicester City Man City 1 Leicester City 0 Young
May 14, 2011 Stoke City Man City 1 Stoke City 0 Toure
May 18, 2019 Watford Man City 6 Watford 0 Silva, Jesus x2, De Bruyne, Sterling x2

How many times have Man United won the FA Cup?

Manchester United have won an impressive 12 FA Cup titles in their history, making them the second-most successful team in the competition’s 151-year history, bettered only by Arsenal (14).

Man United’s FA Cup Final wins
Date Final Opponent Result Scorers
April 24, 1909 Bristol City Bristol City 0 Man United 1 Turnbull
April 24, 1948 Blackpool Man United 4 Blackpool 2 Rowley x2, Pearson, Anderson; Shimwell, Mortensen
May 25, 1963 Leicester City Man United 3 Leicester City 1 Law, Herd x2; Keyworth
May 21, 1977 Liverpool Man United 2 Liverpool 1 Pearson, Greenhoff; Case
May 26, 1983 Brighton & Hove Albion Man United 4 Brighton 0* Robson x2, Whiteside, Muhren (P)
May 18, 1985 Everton Man United 1 Everton 0 Whiteside
May 17, 1990 Crystal Palace Man United 1 Crystal Palace 0** Martin
May 14, 1994 Chelsea Chelsea 0 Man United 4 Cantona (two pens), Hughes, McClair
May 11, 1996 Liverpool Man United 1 Liverpool 0 Cantona
May 22, 1999 Newcastle United Man United 2 Newcastle United 0 Sheringham, Scholes
May 22, 2004 Millwall Man United 3 Millwall 0 Ronaldo, van Nistelrooy x2
May 21, 2016 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 1 Man United 2 Puncheon; Mata, Lingard

*1983 FA Cup final was won on a replay after a 2-2 draw on May 21

**1990 FA Cup final was won on a replay after a 3-3 draw on May 12