FA Cup fifth-round draw: times, how to watch on TV and stream online
The draw for the 2022/23 FA Cup fifth round - the tournament’s last-16 stage - is to be held in London on Monday.
In the fifth round of the 2022/23 FA Cup, we’ll be down to the final 16 teams in the fight to lift the English club game’s major knockout trophy.
When is the FA Cup fifth-round draw?
The FA Cup fifth-round draw draw will take place in London on Monday 30 January 2023, at 7pm local time (GMT). In the US, that’s:
Which teams are in the fifth-round draw?
How to watch the FA Cup fifth-round draw
Viewers in the US will be able to watch the draw live on ESPN+. In the UK, it will be shown on BBC One and on the BBC iPlayer.
The draw will also be streamed live on the FA Cup’s Twitter and Facebook accounts.
FA Cup fifth-round draw live with AS USA
Another option is to follow the FA Cup draw with AS USA’s live-text coverage. Paul Reidy will be on hand with all the build-up to the event, before talking you through the ties as they’re pulled of the hat.
How will the FA Cup fifth-round draw work?
As ever, the FA Cup draw will be unseeded, with no restrictions: anyone can be paired with anyone.
When will the FA Cup fifth round be played?
Teams drawn together will meet in single-elimination ties played during the week starting Monday 27 February.
In each pairing, the first club out of the hat is given home advantage. If a tie finishes level, a replay is held at the other team’s home ground. If the sides can’t be separated at the end of normal time in the replay, extra time and penalties are used to decide the tie.
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