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Crystal Palace vs. Manchester United, FA Cup final 2016: Time, TV Schedule and live stream

How do I watch Manchester United in the FA Cup final, and what time is it on?

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Morning folks. As per FA Cup tradition, we're already four hours into the BBC's buildup. We'll be off to Marcos Rojo's childhood table-tennis club shortly, just as soon as Jim Rosenthal has finished interviewing this bulldog with a head shaped exactly like the oldest trophy of them all. Hooray for the FA Cup! Hooray for football!

In Manchester United land, things are tense. According to reports, Memphis Depay and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson have both been omitted from the squad, and rumours suggest that the former has thrown something of a strop about it. This despite the fact that it's the latter who should really have cause for irritation -- he has, after all, been United's best leftback with two working legs this season.

Other than that, everything's much as you'd expect. Issues surrounding the managerial position aside, it'd be nice to win the Cup, wouldn't it? It's been a while.


When: 17:30 UK time, 12:30 in the USA

Where: Wembley, London

Television: BBC One or BT Sport 2 in the UK, FOX in the USA

Online: BBC's iPlayer or BT's online player app thing, the name escapes us, in the UK, Fox Soccer 2GO  in the USA

This is also our Live Thread for the game, so if you're watching near a computer, do stick around and share the pain below.