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BBC, BT Sport to cover FA Cup until 2021

BritishBroadcasting Corp. and British Telecom's BT Sport struck a deal with theFootball Association to extend their shared coverage of the FA Cup for threemore years until 2021.

The new agreement also entails broadcast rights to otherFA-sanctioned competitions, including the Women's FA Cup, the FA Women's SuperLeague and the England Women's friendly matches, according to an April 12 newsrelease.

Financial terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.