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You can’t help but love this competition – it’s the oldest and most prestigious in the history of football, and after all these years FA Cup final day is still the highlight of the English football calendar. Where better to enjoy a bet or two? Right, let’s dive in with your questions.
When are your FA Cup predictions posted?
Our FA Cup tips are split into accumulators, correct score doubles and general betting tips. These are available for every single match-up from the first round onwards.
Our FA Cup accumulators are posted on the Friday night before a set of Saturday fixtures, and on the Saturday night before Sunday’s fixtures. Midweek replay accumulators are posted on the day of the games at 12pm, along with the rest of our midweek tips.
Match previews are posted 2-3 days before each game kicks off. These include form, statistics, betting tips and correct score predictions – they are not to be missed!
How to bet on the FA Cup today
Your first port of call should be our free bets page, where you can compare the best offers from all the top bookmakers. It also pays to be informed before placing a bet – particularly on a big tournament like this where so much information is available. This means it’s important you look at our FA Cup betting tips. If you’d also like previews for other competitions, make sure to check out our match predictions page.
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How does the FA Cup work?
The tournament begins with multiple qualifying rounds in which teams from as far down as tier 10 on the league ladder are involved. The tournament is in a knock-out format, with only one leg being played between each team. The first round contains those who have qualified plus every team from League One and League Two. In the third round teams from the Premier League and Championship join the party. The final is a showpiece event and is held at Wembley Stadium.
When is each stage?
We will have FA Cup betting tips prepared for every single match in every single round of the competition, the dates for which are as follows:
7 November 2020 – First Round
28 November – Second Round
9 January 2021 – Third Round
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23 January – Fourth Round
10 February – Fifth Round
20 March – Quarter-finals
17 April – Semi-finals
When is the FA Cup final?
The 2021 final will take place on Saturday 15 May at Wembley Stadium. The kick-off time is usually confirmed in April. It will be shown on BBC One.
Where to watch the FA Cup
You can watch the competition on TV via the BBC, which is free-to-air, and BT Sport. You can also catch matches on bet365’s live streaming service – a great way to follow the action and bet at the same time. For all this week’s matches, check out our Live Football on TV page.
Who has won the FA Cup most often?
Since its inception in 1871, Arsenal have won the FA Cup more than any other team with 14 wins. They are followed by Manchester United on 12, while Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur share third place with 8 successes.
- 2020: Arsenal
- 2019: Manchester City
- 2018: Chelsea
- 2017: Arsenal
- 2016: Manchester United
- 2015: Arsenal
- 2014: Arsenal
- 2013: Wigan Athletic
- 2012: Chelsea
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