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When is the FA Cup final? Date, kick-off time and odds for Wembley showpiece

By Jonathan Davies

Published: 16:00, 14 February 2023

Just 16 teams remain in the battle for a place in the 2023 FA Cup final at Wembley.

We are rapidly approaching the business end of this season’s edition and, on June 3, two teams will compete for the right to win the world’s oldest football competition.

Manchester City are the favourites to go all the way, having already overcome Chelsea and Arsenal to reach the last 16, while Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur will also sense a brilliant opportunity to go all the way.

Brighton, who beat Liverpool in round four, West Ham and Leicester are among the other six Premier League teams still in the competition, along with Leeds, Southampton and Fulham.

The Championship is represented by leaders Burnley, Sheffield United, Blackburn, Stoke and Bristol City. Meanwhile, League One’s Fleetwood Town will be hoping to claim further scalps, as will Grimsby Town of League Two.

FA Cup Outright Odds


FA Cup 2022-23 Outright Odds

Team Bet365
Manchester City 6/4
Manchester United 7/2
Tottenham Hotspur 11/2
Brighton & Hove Albion 7/1
Fulham 16/1
Leicester City 20/1
West Ham United 20/1
Leeds United 25/1

When is the 2022-23 FA Cup final?

The 2022-23 FA Cup final is currently scheduled for Saturday, June 3 at Wembley Stadium. Kick-off will be at 4.45pm BST.

Where to watch the FA Cup on TV

  • UK: BBC, ITV
  • US: ESPN+

FA Cup live streams: How to watch the 2022-23 season online

FA Cup Fifth Round | Fixtures

Tuesday, February 28

Stoke City v Brighton & Hove Albion (7.15pm GMT)
Leicester City v Blackburn Rovers (7.30pm GMT)
Fulham v Leeds United (7.45pm GMT)
Bristol City v Manchester City (8pm GMT)

Wednesday, March 1

Southampton v Grimsby Town (7.15pm GMT)
Burnley v Fleetwood Town (7.30pm GMT)
Manchester United v West Ham United (7.45pm GMT)
Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur (7.55pm GMT)