FA Cup live
The very fact that the FA Cup ( The Football Association Challenge Cup) has lasted the longest in the world as the oldest Football Knockout championship proves why you should not miss any opportunity to catch all the matches Live. The FA Cup 2009-10 will be the hundred and twenty ninth season of the championship! You have got to have a favorite, Everton or Chelsea or any other team; but FA Cup is where the underdogs get the opportunity to shine and it is also the competition which proves the worth of the biggies and they get to prove if all the attention that they eventually get is all well deserved or not.
It is also the championship where perhaps the largest numbers of Football teams participate; this season too as the last seven hundred and sixty two teams will be taking part. The season starts off from 15 August 2009 and football fanatics from all over the world are bracing themselves for the outburst of Live Football 2009; among the most watched annual sporting events. The Final match of the series is to be held in Wembley Stadium in London on the appointed date of 15 May 2010. The Club defending the title of this competition at the moment is Chelsea who defeated Everton in the 2008-2009 season of the Cup.
Friendly Matches Live: Chelsea v Manchester City
Sunday 26th May 2013
French Ligue 1 Live: AC Ajaccio v Nice, Bastia v Sochaux, Bordeaux v Evian Thonon Gaillar, Brest v Nancy, Lille v St Etienne, Lorient v Paris St Germain, Lyon v Rennes, Marseille v Reims, Toulouse v Montpellier, Valenciennes v Troyes.
Spanish Primera Division Live: Athletic Bilbao v Levante, Atletico Madrid v Real Mallorca, Espanyol v Barcelona, Getafe v Rayo Vallecano, Malaga v Deportivo La Coruna, Osasuna v Sevilla, Real Betis v Real Zaragoza, Real Sociedad v Real Madrid, Real Valladolid v Celta Vigo, Valencia v Granada.
Dutch Eredivisie Live: FC Utrecht v FC Twente.
Dutch Jupiler League Live: Roda JC Kerk v Sparta Rotterdam, FC Volendam v Go Ahead Eagles.
Scottish Cup Live: Hibernian v Celtic
This season too it will follow the knock out format as before. The pairings for each match are drawn at random and never decided from before, so the teams are yet to know who they will be facing off against in the knock outs. During the draw of the pairings it is also decided which team gets to play at home. There will be a total of fourteen rounds to play in the competition; this includes six qualifying rounds followed by six other rounds and then the semi finals and the finals. Not only does the winning Club get a trophy and the title of the defending champions of the year, they will also get a chance to qualify for the UEFA Cup.
Ideally, to make it the tastiest match for the finals, one of the big four; Everton, Liverpool or Chelsea against one of the underdogs; this would turn out to be exciting and not the usual. But we would just have to wait and watch what actually proceeds and what does happen at the finals.
German Bundesliga Live: Kaiserslautern v Hoffenheim.
English League Championship Live: Crystal Palace v Watford
Tuesday 28th May 2013
International Matches Live: Turkey v Latvia
Wednesday 29th May 2013
International Matches Live: Canada v Costa Rica, Qatar v Azerbaijan, Ecuador v Germany, England v Republic Of Ireland
For Football fans all over the world; if you are too tired of missing your favorite games because of your busy schedules and maybe because your television needs to be repaired, just do what the easiest thing to do is; watch Streaming Live Football online. This means that you can simply watch streaming football matches that you might have missed on the internet and you have to do is sign up with OleOleFootball. You can also watch the Live Football online, making your schedule much easier and would eliminate all your worries of missing a match. So this season don’t miss a single goal, watch the football streaming online.
Posted: 24th October 2007
The FA Cup has traditionally been the English domestic cup where history is made. Over the years, we have seen some enthralling football and massive shocks in the competition, and this is why there are many that love to watch it. If you don't know where you can watch the FA Cup live, OleOleFootball.com has now started showing it through their live football online channels, so watch the action now! Just a few years ago, we saw perhaps the most thrilling match in history when Liverpool beat West Ham United on penalties. The Hammers took the lead twice before being pegged back with the last kick of the game by Liverpool talisman Steven Gerrard, and Pepe Reina redeemed himself for his blunders in the match with the penalty saves that brought Liverpool the trophy.
Last year's FA Cup live final did not match the one before it, however it still remained a gripping match for fans of the two teams. Chelsea beat Manchester United 1-0 thanks to a Didier Drogba goal in extra time, and for large parts of the game it could have gone either way. Although the FA Cup is generally dominated by the top four teams, there can be surprises along the way as shown in the past. Millwall famously reached the final in 2003/04, and although they lost 3-0 to a strong Manchester United side they won a place into the UEFA Cup. Sadly they were pitted against the Hungarian Champions and then lost, however that run showed how a smaller club from a lower division can benefit from a strong run- both on the pitch and off it financially.
Manchester United have already been knocked out of the Carling Cup by Coventry City; they will do their hardest to make sure that they do not suffer the same fate in the FA Cup. While the ties for this year's tournament have not been drawn yet, both Liverpool and Arsenal will be gunning for the trophy as well. Liverpool may not have the strength to win the Premiership title; however as they have shown they are very strong in tournaments with a knockout format and should go far yet again. As for Arsenal, the Gunners have soared to the top of the Premiership after some stellar form and will look to awe crowds with the brand of silky football they play best.
The third round ties of the FA Cup are tentatively scheduled for January 5th , 2008. This is when the 'big names' of the competition come in, as well as new signings from the winter transfer window. All clubs will be eagerly waiting to challenge for this year's tournament, and we should yet again see a few surprises along the way. OleOleFootball.com will start showing the FA Cup from that day onwards too, so should you want to watch it you should visit the website and find out how their live FA Cup football feeds work today. Even if you don't like the teams playing in it, the FA Cup is worth watching for the atmosphere and drama alone- so make sure you don't miss it.
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