English Football Association has announced that the 2021-22 men and women’s FA Cup Finals will take place on the weekend of 14-15 May 2022.
Arsenal will host Tottenham Hotspur in stand-out Quarter-Final tie of 2020-21 Vitaly Women’s FA Cup.
Youri Tielemans blasted Leicester to a maiden FA Cup title as Brendan Rogers’ Foxes defeated Chelsea 1-0 at Wembley Stadium.
Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea look to take a giant step towards a Cup double as they meet Leicester City in 2020-21 FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.
English Football Association (FA) have announced the dates for the remaining rounds of 2020-21 Women’s FA Cup, which will be completed next season.
As Football reels from the controversial announcement of a 12 team breakaway, we roundup the best of both semi-finals in 2020-21 FA Cup as two finalists were confirmed.
Leicester City and Southampton meet at Wembley Stadium in the second semi-final of 2020-21 FA Cup.
Chelsea meet Manchester City in the opening semi-final of 2020-21 FA Cup at Wembley Stadium.
Roundup of Quarter-Final action of 2020-21 FA Cup as the final four contenders were finalised.
Leicester City bring the Quarter-Finals to a close as they welcome Manchester United to King Power Stadium in 2020-21 FA Cup.
Chelsea welcome Sheffield United to Stamford Bridge in the Quarter-Finals of 2020-21 FA Cup.
Everton welcome Manchester City to Goodison Park in Saturday’s blockbuster Quarter Final of 2020-21 FA Cup.
Bournemouth welcome South Coast rivals, Southampton to the Vitaly Stadium in the Quarter-Finals of 2020-21 FA Cup.
English Football Association has announced that the Women’s FA Cup will resume in late March.
BBC have selected two all Premier League ties for live coverage in the Quarter Finals of 2020-21 FA Cup.