FA Cup matches & results 2021-22: Watch every draw & highlight on the road to Wembley

FA Cup matches & results 2021-22: Watch every draw & highlight on the road to Wembley . The English FA Cup, football’s oldest knockout competition in the world, turns 150 years in 2021-22 and after this weekend there will be 32 teams left in the running to hoist the prestigious trophy on May 14 in London’s Wembley Stadium.

The competition is already looking ahead to the fourth round, and at least six Premier League clubs will be watching on television: Newcastle United lost at home to Cambridge United, Burnley suffered the same fate against Huddersfield Town, Arsenal fell to Nottingham Forest, and Watford was eliminated by defending FA Cup holders Leicester City. Leeds United was knocked out by West Ham in another all-Premier League match. One of Manchester United or Aston Villa will also be eliminated come Monday.

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The complete schedule, results and highlights for the entire 2021-22 competition follows below. Here’s what the calendar looks like up until the final on May 14:

Fourth round: Friday-Monday, Feb. 4-7
Round of 16 (fifth round): Wednesday, March 2
Quarterfinals: Saturday-Sunday, March 19-20
Semifinals: Saturday, April 16
Final: Saturday, May 14
With the match calendar congested by league postponements due to COVID-19, traditional FA Cup replays (rematches) have been scrapped by the English Football Association for the rest of this season’s tournament. Extra time and penalty kicks are used to determine a winner, removing the need for another match.

FA Cup 4th Round (Feb. 4-7, 2022)
The draw was held before the third round was officially over. With one match left to be played, here’s the rest of the 31 clubs that were drawn against one another for the fourth round:

Premier League (first tier): 13 clubs
Championship (second tier): 12 clubs
League One (third tier): 3 clubs
League Two (fourth tier): 1 club (Hartlepool United)
National League (fifth tier): 1 club (Boreham Wood)
National League North (sixth tier): 1 club (Kidderminster)

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