When is the FA Cup final 2022/23? Dates and fixture schedule for every round

The FA Cup trophy (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images)
The FA Cup trophy (Photo by James Gill - Danehouse/Getty Images) /

The FA Cup 2022/23 will soon enter the fifth round or as it’s more commonly known, the round of 16. There have already been some huge giant killings in the competition with Arsenal and Liverpool eliminated from the competition in round 4.

The FA Cup is the most prestigious cup competition in the world, with its rich history making it great viewing for every fan in the U.K. and worldwide. It has hosted some historic fixtures and is known to be a level-playing field for teams across all divisions in English football.

The only game left of round 4 is a fixture of Sunderland vs Fulham, to decide which of the historic clubs will reach the round of 16. This game will be played today (Wednesday 8 February) at 19:45 GMT.

What are the FA Cup 2022/23 round of 16 dates and kick off times?

There is a bit of a wait for the round of 16 in this year’s FA Cup, with fixtures first commencing on the last day of this month. The full fixture list is below.

Tuesday 28 February 2023

  • Stoke vs Brighton (19:15 GMT)
  • Leicester vs Blackburn (19:30 GMT)
  • Sunderland/Fulham vs Leeds (19:45 GMT)
  • Bristol City vs Manchester City  (20:00 GMT)

Wednesday 1 March 2023

  • Southampton vs Grimsby (19:15 GMT)
  • Burnley vs Fleetwood (19:30 GMT)
  • Manchester United vs West Ham (19:45 GMT)
  • Sheffield United vs Tottenham (19:55 GMT)

When is the FA Cup 2022/23 Quarter Final date?

The quarter finals will be held on Saturday 18 March 2023.

When is the FA Cup 2022/23 Semi Final date?

The semi finals will be held on Saturday 22 April 2023.

When is the FA Cup 2022/23 Final date?

The final of this year’s FA Cup will be held on Saturday 3 June 2023.

The final will be held at Wembley Stadium and will mark the end of this year’s domestic calendar. The winner of the competition will face the winner of the Premier League in the Community Shield. It will be the only match held on the day, as the Premier League finishes a week before the final.

Who do you think will win this year’s FA Cup?