FA Youth Cup Game To Be Live Streamed

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Everton’s Under-18s take on Ipswich Town in the FA Youth Cup third round on Friday evening - and Members can watch it live for free on evertonfc.com.

Paul Tait’s side will welcome the Tractor Boys for a 7pm kick-off as both sides begin their involvement in this year’s tournament.

The young Blues, who currently sit second in the Under-18s Premier League north division, head into the tie in fine form after recording five wins from their past six games.

Ipswich, meanwhile, currently lie third from bottom in the second tier of the south division, with 12 points from their opening 14 games.

Tait will be hoping to set his side off on the path to glory, 20 years on from Everton’s last FA Youth Cup triumph. 

A Blues side including Richard Dunne, Francis Jeffers, Danny Cadamarteri, Leon Osman and Tony Hibbertbattled all the way to the final before overcoming north west rivals Blackburn Rovers 5-3 on aggregate. 

Official Members, as well as Season Ticket and Lounge members, can watch the game in full via their exclusive members portal.

Eligible supporters will also receive an email with a link to watch the game.

The FA Youth Cup clash is just one of a number of Under-18s and Under-23s fixtures that will be streamed live throughout the 2017/18 campaign.

There is still time to sign up to a 2017/18 membership and watch all of those games. Visit evertonfc.com/getmore for more information.

>>> Click here to become a 2017/18 Official Member now

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