The Magic of The FA Cup

The FA Cup is the oldest football tournament in world football and is watched by millions of fans around the planet. The FA Cup final is watched more than any other game except the world cup final. The magic of the FA Cup is not only when small teams beat the big clubs, it is the true essence of the cup that makes it truly magical for all fans.

Highlights so Far

This season has been no different in which certain big teams have been beaten and knocked out of the tournament by teams in a lower league.

One of the highlights so far is how Sutton made the 5th Round and were able to host the mighty Arsenal at their small stadium. This was the biggest game of the club’s history and even though there was an incident called ‘Piegate’ this took nothing away from the achievement of the team and management.

Lincoln City have made the Quarter Finals for the first time in the history of the football club. Whilst they will go into the game against Arsenal as huge underdogs they will be confident of pulling off one of the upsets of recent years.

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Quarter Final Matches

The following matches will take in less than 2 weeks and the world will be watching to see who makes the next round which of course is a visit to Wembley for the Semi Finals.
Saturday 11 March 2017 
Middlesbrough VS Man City
Arsenal VS Lincoln City

Sunday 12 March 2017 
Tottenham Hotspur VS Millwall

Monday 13 March 2017 
Chelsea VS Manchester United

Semi Finals

The Semi Finals of the FA Cup this season could be between some of the biggest football rivalries in world football. Should Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur win their respective games then the semi-finals will be the strongest games in recent seasons.

FA Cup Final

The FA Cup final is an immense spectacle and no matter the teams the tickets for the match often sell for hundreds of pounds on the secondary market.

The final this year will have an attendance of 89,826 and is the fourth best attended domestic club  game and the second most attended domestic football match.