When is FA Cup draw? Start time, TV channel, live stream and ball numbers for semi-finals2 min read
he final four of the 2022-23 FA Cup will be drawn against each other this weekend.
The date and time of the draw for the semi-finals have been released with the short-but-sweet ceremony due to get underway on Sunday afternoon.
By then, three of the four semi-finalists will have been revealed with Manchester City thrashing Burnley 6-0 on Saturday evening after another Erling Haaland hat-trick to make it a miserable return to the Etihad Stadium for Vincent Kompany.
Sunday pits Sheffield United against Blackburn before League Two minnows Grimsby head to Brighton. Following the draw, Manchester United host Fulham at Old Trafford.
Here are all the details…
The FA Cup semi-final draw will take place after Brighton’s game with Grimsby on Sunday, March 19, 2023.
That game kicks off at 2.15pm GMT but could go to extra-time and penalties, meaning the draw will begin from approximately 4.15pm onwards depending on the outcome of the game.
How can I watch the FA Cup draw?
TV channel: The draw will be broadcast live in the UK on BBC One immediately after the game at the Amex is broadcast on the same channel.
Live stream: Fans can also watch the draw online via the BBC iPlayer, plus the FA’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
Live blog: Online coverage of the draw will take place on Standard Sport’s live blog!
When will the FA Cup semi-finals be played?
The semi-finals will be played at Wembley Stadium on the weekend of April 22 and 23.
FA Cup draw ball numbers
- Manchester Cit
- Manchester United or Fulham
- Brighton or Grimsby
- Sheffield United or Blackburn