The last four are now readying themselves for a day out at Wembley, with glory almost within reach.
The quartet of Premier League heavyweights will battle it out for the right to take the trophy, with Manchester United’s defeat to Chelsea on Monday ensuring that the silverware will change hands in 2017.
Chelsea v Tottenham
Arsenal v Manchester City
The four clubs still in the running have shared seven successes in the last 10 FA Cup finals.
Chelsea have been the dominant force over the last decade, securing four triumphs.
The last of those, though, came back in 2012 and Antonio Conte will be determined to end his debut campaign at Stamford Bridge with a domestic league and cup double.
City have not lifted the trophy since 2011, while Arsenal enjoyed back-to-back wins in 2014 and 2015.
Arsene Wenger will be looking for silverware to help ease some of the pressure on his shoulders, while north London neighbour Mauricio Pochettino will be aiming to end Tottenham's 26-year wait for FA Cup glory.