The FA Cup has reached the semi-finals with four Premier League outfits set to descend on Wembley hoping to book a return ticket for May.


Manchester City and Liverpool will clash in a hotly-anticipated showdown between the sides amid their ongoing top flight title battle. Each manager will be desperate to focus on this one game before returning to battle mode in the league.

Chelsea produced a magnificent display during midweek against Real Madrid but failed to progress, meaning this FA Cup clash with Crystal Palace represents their closest route to silverware in 2021/22.

There's plenty of drama to soak up and a clutch of teams determined to make the most of their opportunity to fill their trophy cabinet.

A number of games will be shown live on TV in every round and made very accessible for fans across the land. brings you the complete FA Cup fixtures on TV schedule including every game you can watch live in the UK, and we'll keep you updated throughout the whole season.

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Which FA Cup games are on TV?

All four games in the quarter-finals will be shown live on TV and across online streaming platforms this week – and all of them will be free-to-air.

Scroll down to see the full list of games including all the kick-off times and televised matches.

How to watch FA Cup fixtures on TV

Great news for all! BBC and ITV boast joint exclusivity over the FA Cup TV rights from this season until 2024/25, meaning if there's an FA Cup match listed on TV, everyone can watch it (so long as you have a TV licence).

The BBC will show 18 matches this season, while ITV will show more than 20 as domestic football returns to the broadcaster.

Check out the selected games below.

FA Cup fixtures 2021/22


All UK time.

Saturday 16th April

Man City v Liverpool (3:30pm) BBC One

Sunday 17th April

Chelsea v Crystal Palace (4:30pm) ITV

FA Cup dates 2021/22

  • FA Cup first round – weekend of Saturday 6th November 2021
  • FA Cup second round – weekend of Saturday 4th December 2021
  • FA Cup third round – weekend of Saturday 8th January 2022
  • FA Cup fourth round – weekend of Saturday 5th February 2022
  • FA Cup fifth round – week of Wednesday 2nd March 2022
  • FA Cup quarter-finals – weekend of Saturday 19th March 2022
  • FA Cup semi-finals – weekend of Saturday 16th April 2022
  • FA Cup final – Saturday 14th May 2022

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