The Carabao Cup final will occur in 2023. Date, time of the game, television station, and live stream

Everything you need to know about the Carabao Cup final, such as the date, time, and television broadcast locations

The clubs in the 2022–23 Carabao Cup have been reduced to only four as they compete for a spot in the championship game.

Favourites The title will most certainly change hands this season after Manchester City lost in the quarterfinals and the reigning champions Liverpool were eliminated in the fourth round.

Then, when and where can you watch the final? The date, kickoff time, TV channel, and location for live streaming are all listed on GOAL.

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When will the Carabao Cup be decided?

the 2022–23 Carabao Cup championship
the 26th of February 2023
TV and streaming: ESPN+ and Sky Sports (UK) (U.S.)
Time of kickoff: 4:30 PM GMT/11:30 AM ET
The 2022–23 Carabao Cup championship game is slated to take place on February 26, 2023.

The match will begin at 4:30 PM GMT (11:30am ET).

Where to stream and watch the Carabao Cup final live on television
In the UK, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football will broadcast the 2022–23 Carabao Cup final live. The Sky Go app will allow British citizens to watch the game live as well.

Number of the channel

Sky Sports Main Event, BT Sports, and 501 (Virgin)
Sky Sports Football 402, 422 (Sky), and 503 (BT) (Virgin)
The Carabao Cup final will be broadcast live in the US on ESPN Plus (ESPN+), with spectators able to access the match only through the app. ESPN+ registration is available here.

What teams are participating in the Carabao Cup final?

In the 2023 Carabao Cup final, Manchester United or Nottingham Forest will face Southampton or Newcastle United. On February 1, 2023, when the last semi-final game is played, the teams competing in the final will be determined.

The location of the Carabao Cup final.

Most important finals in English football, including the Carabao Cup final, are often held at Wembley Stadium in London.

Wembley, a 90,000-seat venue, has continuously hosted the Carabao Cup final since 2008. Prior to that, finals were held at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium from 2001 to 2007 while the new Wembley was being constructed.

League Cup finals have previously been held at the old Wembley, with replays taking place at Hillsborough, Old Trafford, and Villa Park, among other stadiums.

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