The FFA Cup final will see Adelaide United take on Sydney FC for the second year in a row. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online and watching it on TV.
Kick-off is scheduled for 7:30pm (AEDT) on Tuesday, October 31 at Cooper’s Stadium in Adelaide.
How to watch the match on TV
The match will be broadcast live and exclusive on Fox Sports.
Fox Sports is only available on Foxtel, with the match set to be broadcast on Channel 503 with the pre-game show starting at 7pm (AEDT).
To watch the coverage, you will need to have access to a valid Foxtel TV subscription with the sports package.
How to live stream the match online
If you are looking to stream the match online, you will have two options.
The first of those options is to use one of Foxtel’s dedicated streaming applications, being either Foxtel Now or the Foxtel App. Foxtel Now is the better option if you only want to stream Foxtel channels, while the app is the better option if you already have access to Foxtel on TV.
The other alternative to stream the match online is to use the My Football Live App, which is downloadable from both the apple and google play store on all smart phones and tablets.
Key game information: FFA Cup final – Adelaide United vs Sydney FC
Date: Tuesday, October 30
Kick-off: 7:30pm (AEDT) – 7pm (local)
Venue: Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
TV: Live, Fox Sports 503
Online: Live, Foxtel app, Foxtel now, My Football app
Betting: Adelaide $1.85, Sydney $1.95
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