English Football Association have confirmed full details of when each round of 2020-21 FA Cup will be played, with next season’s FA Cup Final set for Saturday 15 May 2021.
357 days after the 2019-20 FA Cup kicked off, it is now time for the 139th FA Cup Final as Arsenal face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium.
Chelsea meet Manchester United at Wembley Stadium in a blockbuster FA Cup Semi-Final clash.
Arsenal meet Manchester City at Wembley Stadium in the opening semi-final of this season’s FA Cup.
Newcastle United welcome Manchester City to St James’ Park in the last quarter-final of the 2019-20 FA Cup, with the winner of this tie completing the semi-final line-up.
Leicester City welcome Chelsea to the King Power Stadium as both teams look to book a semi-final place at Wembley.
Sheffield United look for their first post-lockdown win as they welcome Arsenal to Bramall Lane in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals.
To mark what would of been the 139th FA Cup Final, we take a look back at three of the greatest FA Cup Finals from years gone by.
Norwich City await Manchester United as the Canaries bid for a first FA Cup Semi Final since 1989, with the four remaining Premier League giants all drawn away in the Quarter Finals.
Derby County look to cause a massive cupset as they host Manchester United at Pride Park, in the final tie of this season’s FA Cup Fifth Round.
Sheffield Wednesday look to stun Manchester City in Wednesday’s big Fifth Round clash at Hillsborough.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool face a tough test of their FA Cup credential as they meet Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in a blockbuster Fifth Round clash.
Portsmouth welcome Arsenal to Fratton Park in the opening Fifth Round tie of this season’s FA Cup in Monday Night Football.
Tottenham Hotspur face a potential North London derby in this season’s Women FA Cup Quarter Finals.