How to watch Liverpool vs Norwich City on TV

Here's how to watch Liverpool vs Norwich on TV. The two clubs will clash in the FA Cup Fourth Round on Sunday, January 28th.

Liverpool made the Carabao Cup final earlier this week - guaranteeing a first shot at silverware next month. The Reds are in four competitions, and amongst the favourites to win them all, in what they now know is Jurgen Klopp's final season.

The German announced on Friday that he'll step down at the end of the campaign. It brings to an end a near nine-year spell from the boss - the longest in the Premier League and the longest of any Liverpool manager since Bob Paisley.

As a result, Sunday will have a special meaning. It's the first game since Klopp's announcement and at Anfield - everyone can expect an incredible reception for the Liverpool boss.

It's also now known that this is Klopp's final attempt to win the FA Cup. He's won it once before, of course, but his record in the competition pales in comparison to every other he's competed in at Liverpool.

The Reds have an opportunity now to correct that - and attempt to send Klopp off with as many trophies as possible. A big game, then - as they all will be from here on out - and here's how you can watch it.


How to watch Liverpool vs Norwich on TV

Liverpool be the 14:00 kickoff on Sunday and fans in the UK can watch the game on ITV. They can also watch the FA Cup draw directly before the game to find out a potential 5th Round opponent.

If you're unable to set yourself up in front of the TV on Sunday, the game will also be free to listen to on BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport Radio.

Premier Sports will broadcast the game in Ireland, while DAZN will show it in the majority of European countries.

Those in South America and the United States can tune in on ESPN+, while Canadian viewers can watch via Sportsnet.

Paramount+ broadcast the game in Australia, while the majority of Asia and Africa can access the match on beIN Sports and SuperSport respectively.

Of course, match highlights will be available after the full-time whistle on LFCTV, while you can keep up to date with the action on the Anfield Watch socials.

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