Fa Cup 2021-22

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Hola Amigos! It’s been quite a while since we wholeheartedly enjoyed our days. But, guess what? This time is indeed ours because, The English Fa Cup, football’s oldest knockout competition, will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2021-22. After this weekend, just 32 clubs will be in contention to lift the stunning iconic trophy on May 14 at Wembley Stadium in London. 

Newcastle United lost at home to Cambridge United, Burnley lost to Huddersfield Town, Arsenal lost to Nottingham Forest, and Watford was knocked out by reigning Fa Cup holders Leicester City. West Ham United eliminated Leeds United in another Premier League encounter. On Monday, one between Manchester United and Aston Villa will be eliminated.  Stay tuned with us on YuppTV Scope to know more about Fa Cup.

List of Fa Cup Rounds and Fixtures:

Undoubtedly, the Fa cup is one of the most famous sports to watch. Here is a detailed list of Fa Cup Rounds and Fixtures information to know.

Fa Round-1:

The FA Cup first round included eighty clubs, with every team from League One and League Two competing alongside 32 qualifiers from English football’s lower leagues. This round saw just 31 of the 48 League One and League Two clubs advance.  Watch Pakistan vs West Indies ODI match with YuppTV Scope.

League One (third tier): 24 clubs 

League Two (fourth tier): 24 clubs 

National League (fifth tier): 16 clubs 

National League North/South (sixth tier): 7 clubs 

Non-League Premier (seventh tier): 8 clubs 

Non-League Division One (eighth tier): 1 club (AFC Sudbury). 

Fa Cup Round- 2:

The Fa Cup second round included forty teams, with eight upsets occurring throughout the 20 games. Only one matchup necessitated a rematch.  

Five League Two (fourth tier) clubs defeated League One (third tier) opponents, while Kidderminster Harriers (sixth tier) was the lowest-ranked team to make it to the third round. 

League One (third tier): 14 clubs 

League Two (fourth tier): 17 clubs 

National League (fifth tier): 5 clubs 

National League North/South (sixth tier): 3 clubs (Gateshead, Kidderminster, St. Albans) 

Non-League Premier (seventh tier): 1 club (Buxton) 

Fa Cup Round – 3:

Sixty-four teams were in action in the FA Cup third round, with most of them praising from the top two divisions of English football:  

English Premier League (first tier): 20 clubs 

English Championship (second tier): 24 clubs 

League One (third tier): 8 clubs  

League Two (fourth tier): 8 clubs 

National League (fifth tier): 3 clubs (Boreham Wood, Chesterfield, Yeovil Town) 

National League North/South (sixth tier): 1 club (Kidderminster Harriers) 

In the schedule below, lower-division clubs are noted in parentheses:  

CH = Championship (second tier); L1 = League One (third tier); L2 = League Two (fourth tier); NL = National League (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NL (sixth tier). 

Fa Cup Round -4:

The draw was placed before the third round was completed. Here are the rest of the 31 clubs that were drawn against one another for the fourth round, with one match remaining: Watch the KFC Big Bash League 2021 with the YuppTV Scope app.

Premier League (first tier): 13 clubs 

Championship (second tier): 12 clubs 

League One (third tier): 3 clubs 

League Two (fourth tier): 1 club (Hartlepool United) 

National League (fifth tier): 1 club (Boreham Wood) 

National League North (sixth tier): 1 club (Kidderminster) 

The teams that play at home are listed first. In brackets, lower-division clubs are listed: CH = Championship (second tier); L1 = League One (third tier); L2 = League Two (fourth tier); NL = National League (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NLNS = National League North/South (fifth tier); NL (sixth tier). 

How exciting does all that sound? Then, wait no more my friend!!   

Well, we’re hoping you won’t miss any of the events as you can always come to join us to watch the stunning Fa cup live on YuppTV Scope. Just so you know, YuppTV Scope is now offering a 30-day free trial. All you need to do is sign-up and we’ll take care of the rest of it. 

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