The FA Cup is one of the oldest and most prestigious football competitions in the world. This knockout tournament features teams from all levels of English football, from non-league clubs to the top-flight Premier League teams. As the competition progresses, the excitement builds as each round draws us closer to the final at Wembley Stadium.
The FA Cup quarter-final draw is an important milestone in the competition, as it determines which teams will face off in the next round of matches. The draw typically takes place shortly after the conclusion of the previous round, and is eagerly anticipated by fans and teams alike.
For the 2022-23 season, the FA Cup quarter-final draw is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, March 8th, 2023. The draw will be broadcast live on national television, with coverage beginning at 7:45pm UK time.
WHAT IF TONIGHT’S TIE FINISHES LEVEL?
If United and West Ham cannot be separated after 90 minutes, extra-time will be played, followed by penalties if needed.
Our wins over Everton and Reading in the third and fourth rounds respectively would have been settled by replays had they been all square at the end of normal time.
However, there will be no replays from this point onwards in this season’s competition, with all games to be settled by extra-time and penalties if required.
The eight teams that make it through to the quarter-finals will be hoping for a favourable draw, as they look to progress to the semi-finals and keep their dreams of lifting the FA Cup alive. In recent years, the FA Cup has produced some memorable moments and upsets, and there is no doubt that this year’s competition will be just as thrilling.
So mark your calendars for March 8th, and be sure to tune in to find out who will face off in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
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