Sharing is Caring

The draw for the FA Cup quarter finals took place on 4th March and all the four ties were originally scheduled to be played on 21-22 March.

However, the coronavirus pandemic led to the games being postponed.

At the end of May, the FA announced the quarter-finals ties will be played on 27-28 June, with all the games being played without spectators.

Norwich City v Manchester United will mark the return of the competition, which was delayed due to the pandemic.

FA Cup Quarter finals

Saturday, June 27

Norwich City v Manchester United 19:30

Sunday, June 28

Sheffield United v Arsenal 15:00

Leicester City v Chelsea 18:00

Newcastle United v Manchester City 20:30

NB Time (EAT)

There will be no replays at this stage. If the games are level after 90 minutes, there will be an additional 30 minutes of extra time.

If the teams are not separated after the 120 minutes, a penalty shootout will take place to decide the winner.

FA Cup Prize money

Round

Amount

Quarter-final winners

£720,000

Semi-final losers

£900,000

Semi-final winners

£1.8M

Runners-up

£1.8M

Winners

£3.6M

 

The draw of the semi-finals will be done on Sunday, June 28.

 Read More:

FA Cup new dates announced

Coupe de la Ligue and Coupe de France finals set for late July

 

GOT a story? RING Kerosi Dotcom on +254 20 78 64 348 or WHATSAPP on +254 704 829 003 or EMAIL info@kerosi.com

Sharing is Caring:

2 thoughts on “FA Cup Quarter-finals Schedule

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)

Skip to toolbar