When is the FA Cup fifth round draw? Date, time, how to watch, ball numbers, records and more

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All you need to know about the next FA Cup draw as clubs dream of making it to Wembley

There was a break from the Premier League action this weekend as the FA Cup took centre stage. 2022 champions Liverpool were in action against Brighton and were shocked by their Premier League rivals as they lost 2-1 thanks to a first half goal from Lewis Dunk and a 92nd minute winner from Kaoru Mitoma.

Arsenal will also have been disappointed by their weekend’s antics after Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City knocked the 14 time Champions out of the competition. City defender Nathan Ake scored the only goal of the match to send the Blues through to the fifth round of the tournament and once again the Gunners fail to reach their 22nd FA Cup final.

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Wrexham, who currently sit first in the National League, held Championship side Sheffield United to a 3-3 draw and they will now face the Blades in the fourth round replays next week.

Here is all you need to know as the fifth round of the FA Cup draws near...

When is the FA Cup 5th round draw?

The FA Cup fifth round draw is on Monday 30th January from 7pm. Teams who win their fourth round games will be in the hat, as well as those who drew before their replays are held.

Where can you watch the FA Cup 5th round draw?

The FA Cup fifth round draw will be shown live on BBC One during the One Show. It can also be accessed on BBC iPlayer on mobile and tablet devices. In addition, it will streamed on the official Emirates FA Cup Twitter and Facebook channels.

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What are the numbers for the FA Cup 5th round draw?

  1. Tottenham Hotspur.
  2. Southampton
  3. Wrexham or Sheffield United.
  4. Ipswich Town or Burnley.
  5. Manchester United
  6. Luton Town or Grimsby Town.
  7. Derby County or West Ham United.
  8. Stoke City or Stevenage.
  9. Blackburn Rovers or Birmingham City.
  10. Leicester City.
  11. Sheffield Wednesday or Fleetwood Town.
  12. Manchester City
  13. Bristol City
  14. Brighton & Hove Albion
  15. Fulham or Sunderland.
  16. Leeds United.

When are the fourth round replays?

There are six matches set to be replayed following this weekend’s action. Here are the remaining matches:

  • Monday 30 January: Derby County vs West Ham, 7.45pm


  • Tuesday 31 January: Birmingham vs Blackburn Rovers, 7.45pm
  • Tuesday 7 February: Grimsby Town vs Luton Town, 7.45pm
  • Tuesday 7 February: Fleetwood vs Sheffield Wednesday, 7.45pm
  • Tuesday 7 February: Burnley vs Ipswich Town, 7.45pm
  • Tuesday 7 February: Sheffield United vs Wrexham, 7.45pm
  • Tuesday 7 February: Sunderland vs Fulham, 7.45pm

Who are the current holders of the FA Cup?

Liverpool are the current holders of the FA Cup after they beat Chelsea on penalties at Wembley in the final in May 2022 after a 0-0 draw after 90 minutes and extra time. Current Premier League table toppers Arsenal have won the trophy more times than anyone in England having been victories on 14 occasions in the past, with the most recent coming in 2020.

The Gunners also hold the record for the most appearances in the final having made it there 21 times so far in their history. Their former boss Arsene Wegner has still to this day won it more times (seven) than anyone else.

Portsmouth have the longest gap between wins having waited 69 years to get their hands back on the trophy in 2008 after winning in 1939. The youngest ever finalist was 17-year-old Curtis Weston for Millwall in 2004.

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