Leicester City vs Southampton live stream: how to watch FA Cup semi-final online

Leicester City vs Southampton live stream fa cup
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History awaits Brenden Rodgers and Ralph Hasenhuttl as both managers aim for a long awaited place in the final of the world's most famous domestic cup competition. Follow our guide for all the ways to watch a Leicester City vs Southampton live stream, and watch this FA Cup semi-final, where it's being shown exclusively in the US on ESPN Plus.

A win here would put the Foxes in their first FA Cup final since 1963 and would cap a fine season for the East Midlands club. Still battling out for a place in the top 4, Leicester's run to today's match at Wembley has been a tough one, with the Foxes having to negotiate tricky ties against Stoke City, Brentford, Brighton and, finally, Manchester United.

Watch Leicester City vs Southampton live stream

Date: Sunday, April 18

Start time: 1.30pm ET / 10.30am PT

Venue: Wembley Stadium, London

Live stream: exclusively on EPSN Plus (US)

Southampton's journey has been equally as impressive with wins over Arsenal, Wolves and South Coast rivals Bournemouth to reach the last four.

Both teams' preparations coming into this crucial game have been less than ideal, however, with both the Foxes and the Saints enduring damaging defeats in the Premier League last weekend.

Here's how to get a Leicester City vs Southampton live stream and watch this FA Cup semi-final fixture online in the US today.

Leicester vs Southampton live stream fa cup US

How to watch Leicester City vs Southampton live stream in the US


ESPN has the rights to the FA Cup in the US, and the great news is that every quarter-final match will be shown live on its <a href="https://www.techradar.com/news/espn-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-sports-focused-streaming-service" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"">ESPN Plus streaming service, including this huge game.

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Leicester vs Southampton kicks off at 1.30pm ET / 10.30am PT Stateside.

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