England’s FA Cup is the oldest football competition in the world and this season it has returned for the 138th time.

The tournament involves teams from the 10th level of the English football pyramid to the top and will see a total of 736 teams take part.

With a rich history stretching back to the 19th century, there have been plenty of moments to savour through the years and clubs will be eager to dabble in the ‘Magic of the Cup’. 

FA Cup fourth round


The FA Cup fourth round draw took place on January 7 following Liverpool’s shock defeat at newly-promoted Premier League side Wolves.

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Arsenal will host Manchester United at the Emirates in the biggest match-up of the draw, with the fixtures set to take place the weekend of January 25-28.

DateMatchTV?
Jan 25-28Millwall vs EvertonTBC
Jan 25-28Arsenal vs Man UnitedTBC
Jan 25-28Crystal Palace vs Tottenham HotspurTBC
Jan 25-28Shrewsbury Town or Stoke vs WolvesTBC
Jan 25-28Watford vs Newcastle or Blackburn RoversTBC
Jan 25-28Brighton vs West BromTBC
Jan 25-28Man City vs BurnleyTBC
Jan 25-28Swansea vs GillinghamTBC
Jan 25-28Barnet vs BrentfordTBC
Jan 25-28Chelsea vs Sheffield Wednesday or Luton TownTBC
Jan 25-28Accrington Stanley vs Southampton or Derby CityTBC
Jan 25-28Portsmouth vs QPRTBC
Jan 25-28Middlesbrough vs NewportTBC
Jan 25-28Bristol City vs BoltonTBC
Jan 25-28Doncaster vs OldhamTBC
Jan 25-28AFC Wimbeldon vs West HamTBC
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England's FA Cup is the oldest football competition in the world and this season it has returned for the 138th time. The tournament involves teams from the 10th level of the English football pyramid to the top and will see a total of 736 teams take part.
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With a rich history stretching...