FA Cup: where to watch live Leicester vs. the surprise Southampton

Leicester hasn't gone to the semifinals since '82, Southampton is the surprise of the English national cup, here's where and how to watch the 2020-21 FA Cup semifinal.

The second semifinal of the FA Cup, the oldest national football cup in the world whose first edition was played in 1871, will be played tonight, April 18, 2021 starting at 19:30. Also this semifinal, as it will be for the final of May 15, will be played at Wembley Stadium and the teams that will take the field to pass the round are Leicester City and Southampton.

The Saints, third in the Premier League standings just two points from the top, did not arrive in the semifinals of the FA Cup since 1982 and, moreover, in the new Wembley Stadium they have always lost. They will try, therefore, to break the curse by challenging Southampton, which in the Premier League is fourteenth, but in the FA Cup is the revelation of this year. Due to anti-coveted regulations, the two fans will not be present at Wembley, but in the temple of English soccer with a maximum capacity of 90,000 spectators there will only be 4,000 spectators, including residents of the London borough of Brent and doctors and paramedics. Fortunately, however, it will be possible to follow the match (even in Italy) on the DAZN platform.

How to watch Leicester City-Southampton of the FA Cup

All TV rights of the FA Cup have been acquired to DAZN, which is therefore the only platform on which it will be possible to see this semi-final as well.

As for yesterday's semi-final, the one between Chelsea and Manchester City that ended with the result of 1-0, today's semi-final will not be broadcast on Sky's DAZN1 channel 209 while it will not be the same with the FA Cup final. This match, however, can only be seen in streaming via the DAZN app on all supported devices.

That is, via Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Xbox One, One S, One X, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and 5, the most popular operating systems for Smart TV (Android TV, Samsung Tizen and LG Web OS etc etc...) or, if you want, even via browser on PC and Mac.