When is the FA Cup drawn? Start time, TV channel, live stream, ball numbers for semifinals today
he FA Cup semi-final draw takes place today, with a trip to Wembley on the horizon for the winners of this weekend’s last eight.
A short but fine ceremony is scheduled to begin on Sunday afternoon. By then, three of the four semi-finalists will be announced after Manchester City beat Burnley 6-0 on Saturday night after another hat-trick from Erling Haaland to make it a miserable return to the Etihad Stadium for club icon Vincent Kompany.
On Sunday, Sheffield United meet Championship promotion rivals Blackburn before Grimsby depart from the Second Division for high-flying Brighton. Following the draw, Manchester United host Fulham at Old Trafford in an all-premier league competition.
Here are all the details of today’s semi-final draw…
The FA Cup semi-final draw will take place after Brighton’s game against Grimsby on Sunday 19 March 2023.
This game starts at 14:15 GMT but could go into overtime and penalties meaning the draw starts from around 16:15 depending on the outcome of the game.
How can I follow the FA Cup draw?
TV channel: The draw will be broadcast live and free-to-air on BBC One in the UK immediately after the game at the Amex on the same channel.
Live broadcast: Fans can also follow the draw online via BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, as well as the official FA Twitter and Facebook pages.
Live blog: Online coverage of the draw will take place on Standard Sport’s live blog.
When is the FA Cup semi-final played?
The semi-finals will be played at Wembley Stadium on the weekend of April 22nd and 23rd.
FA Cup Draw Ball Numbers
1 Manchester City
2 Manchester United or Fulham
3 Brighton or Grimsby
4 Sheffield United or Blackburn
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