This season's FA Cup is approaching its conclusion, with the eight quarter-final teams soon to be narrowed down to four and a semi-final final hurdle to cross before the ultimate decider at Wembley in June.
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Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal have all been dumped out during the competition so far, but there are still some heavyweights left standing as we approach the business end of the campaign.
So, with the quarter-final stage now set to be wrapped up, when exactly is the semi-final draw? GOAL has everything you need to know, including time, where to watch and more.
When is the FA Cup semi-final draw?
|What:||FA Cup semi-final draw|
|When:||March 19, 2023|
|TV channel:||BBC One, BBC iPlayer|
Sunday, March 19 is the date for the 2022-23 FA Cup semi-final draw. It is scheduled to take place immediately after the Brighton and Grimsby Town tie which will kick off at 2:15pm.
Where to watch the FA Cup semi-final draw
In the UK, the draw can be watched live on BBC One. It can also be streamed live via BBC iPlayer.
In the U.S., FA Cup games are available to stream live exclusively on ESPN+ (sign up here).
To see which games are available to watch live where you are, check out GOAL's football on UK TV guide and soccer on U.S. TV guide.
Which teams are in the FA Cup quarter-final?
Four teams will advance to the semi-final of the FA Cup. The semi-finalists will be:
- Manchester City
- Manchester United OR Fulham
When is the FA Cup semi-final played?
The FA Cup semi-finals will be played at Wembley Stadium on the weekend of April 22 and 23.