23/24 FA Cup Quarter Final TV selections revealed

23/24 FA Cup Quarter Final TV selections revealed


The full details for this 23/24 FA Cup quarter final TV selections have been confirmed by the FA, BBC and ITV for later this month.

All the ties will be available to watch live with the games played across Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th of March 2024.

Two of them on the Saturday, and the other two on Sunday with the eight teams getting a live broadcast fee of Β£200,000 for featuring in these matches, and the winning sides will also gain Β£450,000 from the prize fund.


The Emirates FA Cup Quarter Finals have been scheduled on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2024, and the domestic broadcast details for all four ties can also now be confirmed.

Saturday 16 MarchWolves v Coventry City at 12.15pm GMT on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVXMan City v Newcastle United at 5.30pm GMT on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport

Sunday 17 MarchChelsea v Leicester City at 12.45pm GMT on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC SportMan Utd v Liverpool at 3.30pm GMT on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVX

The eight clubs remaining in the competition will receive a live broadcast fee of Β£200,000 for featuring in these matches, and the winning sides will also gain Β£450,000 from the prize fund.


Coventry City (2) 5–0 Maidstone United (6)Bournemouth (1) 0–1 (aet) Leicester City (2)Blackburn Rovers (2) 1–1 (aet) (3–4 p) Newcastle United (1)Luton Town (1) 2–6 Manchester City (1)Chelsea (1) 3-2 Leeds United (2)Nottingham Forest (1) 0-1 Manchester United (1)Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) 1-0 Brighton & Hove Albion (1)Liverpool (1) 3-0 Southampton (2)


First roundSheppey United v Walsall – 7:45pm – ITV4Bromley v Blackpool – 5:45pm – BBC TwoMansfield Town v Wrexham – 7:45pm – S4CChesterfield v Portsmouth – 12:15pm – ITV1Crewe Alexandra v Derby County – 2:45pm – ITVXCharlton Athletic v Cray Valley Paper Mills – 5:30pm – BBC Two

First round (Replay)Horsham v Barnsley 7:30pm – ITV4Cray Valley Paper Mills v Charlton Athletic – 7:45pm – BBC Two

Second roundYork City v Wigan Athletic – 7:45pm – BBC TwoEastleigh v Reading – 1:30pm – ITV1Wrexham v Yeovil Town – 3:45pm – ITVXAFC Wimbledon v Ramsgate – 7:45pm – ITV4Alfreton Town v Walsall – 7:45pm – BBC iPlayer

Second round (Replay)Barnet v Newport County – 7:45pm – ITV4Stockport County v Aldershot Town – 7:45pm – BBC Two

Third roundCrystal Palace v Everton – 8:00pm – ITV4Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley – 8:00pm – ITV1Sunderland v Newcastle United – 12:45pm – ITV1Chelsea v Preston North End – 5:30pm – BBC iPlayerMiddlesbrough v Aston Villa – 5:30pm – BBC OneManchester City v Huddersfield Town – 2:00pm – BBC iPlayerShrewsbury Town v Wrexham – 2:00pm – S4CArsenal v Liverpool – 4:30pm – BBC OneWigan Athletic v Manchester United – 8:15pm – ITV1

Third round (Replay)Bristol City v West Ham United – 7:45pm – BBC OneBlackpool v Nottingham Forest – 7:45pm – ITV4

Fourth roundBournemouth v Swansea City – 7:45pm – S4CTottenham Hotspur v Manchester City – 8:00pm – ITV1Ipswich Town v Maidstone United – 12:30pm – BBC OneFulham v Newcastle United – 7:00pm – ITV4West Bromwich Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers – 11:45am – ITV1Liverpool v Norwich City 2:30pm – ITV1Newport County v Manchester United – 4:30pm – BBC OneBlackburn Rovers v Wrexham – 7:30pm – BBC Wales

Fourth round replaysPlymouth Argyle v Leeds United – 7:45pm – BBC OneAston Villa v Chelsea – 8pm – ITV

Fifth Round

Sheffield Wednesday or Coventry City v Maidstone United at 7.45pm on ITV4 and ITVXAFC Bournemouth v Leicester City at 7.30pm on BBC iPlayerBlackburn Rovers v Newcastle United at 7.45pm on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC SportLuton Town v Manchester City at 8pm on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVXWolves v Brighton & Hove Albion at 7.45pm on BBC iPlayerNottingham Forest or Bristol City v Manchester United at 7.45pm on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC SportLiverpool v Watford or Southampton at 8pm on ITV1, UTV, STV and ITVXChelsea or Aston Villa v Leeds United or Plymouth Argyle on ITV4 (channel TBC).

Twitter users reacted to the latest FA Cup Quarter Final TV selections…

@CSPerks: Load of shite that is. 12:15 on a Saturday. Can’t we play Friday night instead?

@Liam97__: Aaaand I’m working, fuck off, I need a new job 🀣 #pusb

@jaybee19821: These kick off times are the pits #wwfc

@Handsey: West Brom, Wolves, Blues and Cov all over there on a Saturday afternoon is going to make for hilarious West Midlands Police viewing

@Hannahmilesyyy: Cheltenham and the Quarter Final in the space of days; RIP bank balance and liver πŸ₯²πŸ’™

@njones179: I am going to be absolutely hanging and will need propping up for this one #PUSB

@dwcskyblue: Another early kick off FFS.

@wwfcbilly: fuck me that’s early

@michaelrenwick_: Makes my life easier then knowing I won’t get a ticket means I don’t have to consider leaving super early or staying overnight. With that kick off time so doesn’t affect me. But the closest trip was always going to be the earliest kick off

@DannyMason11: Makes complete sense… make Newcastle fans who have the furthest to travel play the latest game 🀯😏

@Kearney_music: Yeah, that’s the end of our cup run. Be a routine spanking at the etihad like every season, we are always shocking away to city.. even when they were shite we never won at main road. #nufc

@kieron1892: That 21:45 Manchester – Newcastle gonna be the busiest train in history

@rower71: City v Newcastle the Saturday 5.30pm game. Well I never.

@ceri_hirst: well no #nufc fan is surprised we get the late one…


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