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New ‘$1 billion’ FA Cup broadcast deal agreed

11 hours agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – England’s governing Football Association announced on Monday it had agreed a new overseas broadcast rights deal for the FA Cup worth a reported $1 billion (919 million euros, £820 million). The new agreement will run for six seasons starting in 2018/19. Show More Summary

FA signs '£1bn' broadcast deal for FA Cup

The Football Association agrees a new six-season overseas broadcast rights deal for the FA Cup - reportedly worth £1bn - from 2018-19.

5 managers once rumored to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

3 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been a raging success since he was appointed as Gunners manager in 1996.  The Frenchman has collected three Premier League titles, six FA Cups, six Community Shields, and was awarded as the Premier League Manager of the Season on three different occasions. Show More Summary

BBC to show Eastleigh v Swindon Town in FA Cup

BBC One will broadcast the FA Cup first-round tie between non-league Eastleigh and League One Swindon Town on 4 November.

Women's FA Cup: Wembley set to stay as venue for final

Wembley is set to continue hosting the Women's FA Cup final for the foreseeable future, beyond 2017.

FA Cup: York City beaten by Curzon Ashton in boss Gary Mills' first game as manager

Gary Mills makes a losing start to his second spell as York boss as they are beaten by Curzon Ashton in the FA Cup.

FA Cup first-round draw: Westfields 'quietly confident'

The chief executive of Westfields the lowest-ranked team in the FA Cup first round says he is "quietly confident" after his side's draw.

Goalkeeper howler hands Spennymoor FA Cup win

Lincoln United goalkeeper Mario Ziccardi fluffs a clearance to hand Spennymoor Town's David Dowson an easy goal in a 3-0 victory in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

FA Cup first-round draw: League One & League Two clubs enter competition

The draw for the FA Cup first round takes place on Monday and will be broadcast live on BBC Two and on the BBC Sport website.

'Tremble to your new Gods of Steam and Fire', Westfields into FA Cup first round

Ninth-tier club Westfields are the lowest-ranked side though to the FA Cup first round after beating Leiston 2-1.

Longer-serving than Wenger: Meet the manager who 'goes through chairmen'

Meet Gordon Bartlett, the longest-serving manager in England's top six tiers, who is looking to steer Wealdstone into the FA Cup first round.

A World Cup-inspired team, strange reunions and a double relegation

Celebrating like it's 1966, strange reunions and the healing power of the FA Cup all crop up in the fourth qualifying round.

Arsenal: Club Legend Gives Verdict on Arsene Wenger As England Boss

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

Arsenal legend Marc Overmars believes his former boss Arsene Wenger would be an “excellent choice” for the FA to appoint as England manager. Overmars won the Premier League and FA Cup in a three-year stint in north London, between 1997...Show More Summary

FA Cup third qualifying round: Stockport County prepare for Salford City

Stockport County take on Salford City in the FA Cup third qualifying round on Saturday - two sides who have enjoyed contrasting fortunes in the last few years.

FA Cup: Teddy Sheringham's son, John Terry's shirt & David Beckham

Seventeen years after watching his dad win the FA Cup, Teddy Sheringham's son hopes to help Ebbsfleet United enjoy a money-spinning run.

FA Cup rounds could move to midweek in plans for winter break

Plans for a winter break could lead to FA Cup replays being scrapped and midweek ties, says Football League boss Shaun Harvey.

FA Cup: Micky Hazard's FA Cup love affair & £30 celebrations

He donated his winners' medal to a dentist, but Micky Hazard is seeking more special FA Cup memories as the unpaid boss of Hadley.

Man United’s compensation package for sacking Louis van Gaal is revealed

Man United & Louis van Gaal By Benjamin Newman Monday, September 12th, 2016 13:46 Man United & Louis van Gaal In his final year at Old Trafford, Louis van Gaal won the FA Cup. The Dutch boss, however, didn’t have much time to enjoy the trophy at Man United, as the manager was released from his employment contract […]

End of an era looms for Chelsea - can Everton kill them off?

Chelsea Fri 11 Mar, AT 15:54 End of an era looms for Chelsea - can Everton kill them off? FA Cup showdown finds both clubs drinking in the last-chance saloon after a season of disappointments...

FA Cup: Tom Tonks' Stourbridge FA Cup Stourbridge screamer

Watch Stourbridge FC's Tom Tonks score from just inside the half-way line in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

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