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ESPN
ESPN » Seasons 2018-2021
ESPN+ has exclusive English-language broadcast rights for the English FA Cup, through the rights-cycle period from 2018 until 2021. ESPN+ will stream 79 FA Cup matches per season on its subscription-based digital streaming platform.
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Arsenal Player
Arsenal Player » Seasons 2018-2021
Live audio coverage of all Arsenal games.

 

News

Cup draws made for 2019-20 season - The FA
The Emirates FA Cup's 2019-20 campaign gets underway on Saturday 10 August when the extra preliminary round kicks-off across the country.
The FA (4 days ago)
World Cup semi-final: England v USA - The FA
Phil Neville has had this first week in July circled in his diary ever since he took the England job 18 months ago.
The FA (2 weeks ago)
England CP lose 1-0 to Brazil in World Cup - The FA
England had to settle for second spot in Group A at the IFCPF World Cup on Friday after a narrow 1-0 defeat against Brazil.
The FA (4 days ago)
England Women's World Cup Match Had More Viewers Than FA Cup Final - SPORTbible
More people watched England Women make it into the semi final of the World Cup than watched Manchester City batter Watford in the FA Cup final, according to
SPORTbible (2 weeks ago)
FA Youth Cup 2019-20 early draws released - The FA
The FA Youth Cup will get underway for the new season in September, with the preliminary round draw now released.
The FA (4 days ago)
What is a Super Over in Cricket, how did England win the World Cup, and are they getting a victory parade? - The Sun
ENGLAND won their first-ever men's Cricket World Cup after a stunning end to the final against New Zealand.
The Sun (1 day ago)
England squad named for UEFA Women's U19 Finals - The FA
England Women's Under-19s will head north to contest the 2019 UEFA Women's U19 Finals, which are being staged in Scotland.
The FA (3 days ago)
England CP captain and hat-trick hero Matt Crossen on how para football changed his life - The FA
England CP captain Matt Crossen helped fire the Para Lions in to the IFCPF World Cup semi-final with a quickfire hat-trick against USA on Sunday.
The FA (1 day ago)

 

About FA Cup

About the FA Cup

The FA Cup is the world's oldest association football competition involving football clubs from England’s top 4 leagues in the English football league system, namely the Premier League, The Championship, League One and League Two.

The knock-out competition which runs from August to May involves many rounds broken into a Qualifying Competition and the Competition Proper. The winner of this competition earns access to the group stage of the UEFA Europa League. The first ever FA Cup final, in the 1871-72 campaign, was attended by 2,000 spectators. In the 21st century, the number has increased from over 71,000 to almost 90,000 spectators.

Did you know? Ashley Cole is the most decorated player in FA Cup history, having played a role in seven titles (three with Arsenal, four with Chelsea). Arsene Wenger is the most-winning coach in tournament history, having led the Gunners to seven FA Cup titles, the last one of them in 2017.

The 2018–19 FA Cup is in its 138th edition. The tournmanet is sponsored by Emirates Airlines and referreed to as The Emirates FA Cup. The winner gets automatic qualification to the 2019–20 edition of the UEFA Europa League.

The 2017-18 FA Cup saw Chelsea claim the title, after beating Manchester United in a close 1-0 match. This was the Blues’ eighth title in this competition, good enough to become the third most winning team in history, behind Manchester United (12 titles) and Arsenal (13 titles).

The FA Cup’s preliminary rounds for the 2018-19 campaign began on August 10, 2018, and are set to conclude on October 20. The First Round of the main tournament is scheduled to begin on November 10. Meanwhile, the competition’s final match will take place at Wembley Stadium on May 18, 2019.

What are the dates of the 2019 FA Cup rounds?

  • Third Round Proper - January 4-7, 2019.
  • Fourth Round Proper - Draw: January 7, 2019. First match: January 26, 2019.
  • Fifth Round Proper - Draw: January 28, 2019. First match: February 16, 2019.
  • Quarter finals - Draw: February 18, 2019. First match: March 16, 2019.
  • Semi finals - Draw: March 18, 2019. First match: April 6, 2019.
  • Final - May 18, 2019

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