Watch The FA Cup Semifinals On ESPN+ This Weekend

This weekend, the FA Cup Semifinals are taking place, and will be airing exclusively (in the US, at least) on ESPN+.

On Saturday, April 6, Manchester City will take on Brighton & Hove Albion. Meanwhile, on Sunday, April 7, Watford will be taking on the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the second semifinal game.

Wolves have emerged as a force lately  in the FA Cup, after knocking out Manchester United in the quarterfinals. And Manchester City are the Premiere League leaders right now. That's going to leave these two semifinal games as must-see football (or soccer, if you're American).

ESPN+ has plenty more content this weekend and going into the rest of April. Later this month, the first ESPN+ exclusive UFC PPV will be airing. On April 13, UFC 236 will air, featuring Holloway vs Poirier and Gasetelum vs Adesanya. There is also some great original content coming to ESPN+ later this month, including two new episodes of Kevin Durant's new show The Boardroom.

If you haven't already signed up for ESPN+, what are you waiting for? It's $5 per month and offers all sorts of great content for you to watch. This isn't a replacement to the regular ESPN channels that are part of your cable subscription. This is a compliment to ESPN's other services. ESPN+ has a ton of boxing, UFC, MLB, NHL and much more content available, so you're bound to find something worth watching.

ESPN+ is available on most platforms. That includes Android smartphones and tablets, Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, iPhone and iPad, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Tablets, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and much more. So no matter which platform you have, you're covered, when it comes to streaming ESPN+.

You can sign up for a free trial of ESPN+ at the link below. It's free for seven days, and then it will be $5 per month afterwards.

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