Women’s FA Cup semi-finals: How to watch on TV/live stream, fixture dates & kick-off times

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The Women’s FA Cup semi-finals take place on the weekend of 16 and 17 April, with a place in Wembley’s showpiece now just one game away.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and West Ham all make up the final four, and both semi-finals will be free to air in the UK on terrestrial TV, and on the FA Player for international viewers.

Here’s all you need to know about the Women’s FA Cup semi-finals.

West Ham play Manchester City in a repeat of the 2019 Women’s FA Cup final. The Hammers – the only of the semi-finalists to never lift the Women’s FA Cup – beat Sheffield United, Reading and Ipswich to progress to this stage of the competition.

Manchester City – three-time FA Cup champions, most recently in 2020 – recorded victories over Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and Everton to book their semi-final place.

The second tie sees rivals Arsenal and Chelsea go head to head in a repeat of the 2016 and 2021 cup finals. Arsenal are the most successful team in Women’s FA Cup history, having triumphed in the competition on 14 occasions. Chelsea are the current holders following their 3-0 win over the Gunners in December.

West Ham vs Manchester City

When is it being played? Saturday 16 April 2022
What time is kick off?
12.15pm (BST)
Where is it being played?
Chigwell Construction Stadium

Arsenal vs Chelsea

When is it being played? Sunday 17 April 2022
What time is kick off? 12.30pm (BST)
Where is it being played? Borehamwood

West Ham vs Manchester City

TV channel/livestream: BBC One, BBC iPlayer (UK), FA Player (international)

Arsenal vs Chelsea

TV channel/livestream: BBC Two, BBC iPlayer (UK), FA Player (international)

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