FA Cup 4th Round TV games 2022: Live televised fixtures on BBC and ITV - dates, schedule, fourth round draw

Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United and Nottingham Forest v Leicester City among the games selected for TV coverage

The fourth round draw of the FA Cup competition will see the non-league side Kidderminster host Premier League team West Ham.

Kidderminster Harriers FC compete in the National League North division, the sixth tier of the English football league system, and will host a team who currently sit fifth in the Premier League.

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The sixth tiered team knocked out the Championship side Reading in a 2-1 win at the Aggborough Stadium on Saturday 8 January.

For their efforts, they have since been rewarded with another home game as the Hammers will travel to Worcestershire on the weekend on Saturday 5 February 2022.

What happened in the third round of the FA Cup?

Kidderminster, Nottingham Forest and Cambridge United completed the biggest upsets of the third round of the FA Cup tournament with the Harriers beating Reading 2-1; Nottingham Forest sealing a 1-0 win against Arsenal and Cambridge beating Newcastle 1-0.

Arsenal’s loss to the Championship team Forest prompted a sorrowful message from the Gunners manager, Mikel Arteta:

“It’s really hurting. It’s a competition that is very related to our history and to get out of it today is a big bump.

“I’m really disappointed with the performance, first of all. Not with the attitude, but how much purpose we had and what determination we showed to change the game when it’s difficult to play against (them) and the way they play. We needed more drive, more hunger to win at any cost in every single action, much more. We were not there at our level today.”

Arsenal lost 1-0 against Championship team Nottingham Forest

Manchester City secured a 4-1 win over Swindon Town, as did Leicester City over Watford and Liverpool over Shrewsbury.

  • Middlesbrough secured a 3-2 over Mansfield Town;
  • Hartlepool beat Blackpool 2-1;
  • Fulham beat Bristol City 1-0;
  • Huddersfield secured a 2-1 win over Burnley;
  • Coventry beat Derby County 1-0;
  • Crystal Palace beat Millwall 2-1;
  • Peterborough beat Bristol Rovers 2-1;
  • Barnsley beat Barrow 5-4;
  • Brighton beat West Brom 2-1;
  • Brentford beat Port Vale 4-1;
  • Wigan Athletic beat Blackburn Rovers 3-2;
  • Stoke City beat Leyton Orient 2-0;
  • Cardiff City beat Preston 2-0;
  • Norwich beat Charlton 1-0;
  • Wolves beat Sheffield United 3-0;
  • West Ham beat Leeds 2-0;
  • Tottenham Hotspurs beat Morecambe 3-1;
  • QPR secured a penalty win over Rotherham 1-1 (8-7);
  • Boreham Wood beat AFC Wimbledon 2-0;
  • Everton secured a 3-2 win over Hull City;
  • Chelsea smashed Chesterfield 5-1;
  • Plymouth Argyle beat Birmingham 1-0;
  • Southampton beat Swansea 3-2;
  • Bournemouth beat Yeovil 3-2;
  • Luton Town thrashed Harrogate Town 4-0;

When is the Fourth Round of the FA Cup?

The matches are all scheduled to be played over the weekend from Friday 4 February 2022 until Monday 7 February 2022.

How to watch the FA Cup matches?

The matches are shown live on BBC and ITV as well as BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.

Friday 4 February 2022

• Manchester United v Middlesbrough at 8pm GMT on ITV, ITV Hub, STV and UTV

Saturday 5 February 2022

• Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United at 12.30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer

• Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton & Hove Albion at 8pm on ITV4, ITV Hub, STV and UTV

Sunday 6 February 2022

• Liverpool v Cardiff City at 12pm on ITV, ITV Hub, STV and UTV

• Nottingham Forest v Leicester City at 4pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer

• AFC Bournemouth v Boreham Wood at 6.30pm on ITV4, ITV Hub, STV and UTV

There will also be radio coverage across BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT. The full fourth round schedule and any further broadcast details will be announced in due course.

Who will play whom in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup?

  • Liverpool v Cardiff at Anfield Stadium 
  • Manchester City v Fulham at the Etihad Stadium 
  • Cambridge United v Luton Town at Abbey Stadium 
  • Nottingham Forest v Leicester City at City Ground 
  • Kidderminster v West Ham at Aggborough Stadium 
  • Peterborough v Queens Park Rangers at ABAX Stadium 
  • Wolves v Norwich City at Molineux Stadium 
  • Chelsea v Plymouth Argyle at Stamford Bridge
  • Huddersfield v Barnsley at John Smith’s Stadium 
  • Everton v Brentford at Goodison Park 
  • Stoke City v Wigan Athletic at Britannia Stadium 
  • Southampton v Coventry at St Mary’s Stadium 
  • Crystal Palace v Hartlepool at Selhurst Park Stadium 
  • Tottenham Hotspurs v Brighton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 
  • Bournemouth v Boreham Wood at Dean Court 
  • Manchester United v Middlesbrough at Old Trafford

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