The Women's FA Cup will resume at the end of March after the Football Association set out its plan for the remainder of this year's competition.
Unlike the men's FA Cup, matches were suspended at the beginning of January during the latest national lockdown. However, with restrictions on outdoor grassroots sport due to be lifted on 29 March, the unplayed first round fixture can now go...
Manchester City manager Gareth Taylor wants to use his side's FA Cup victory as a springboard to further success this season. The 3-1 extra-time win over Everton at Wembley allowed City to lift the Cup for the third time in four years.
Due to the nature of this Covid-hit campaign, the 2020 FA Cup final was played two months into the 20-21 season and after next year's competition had...
The 2021 Women's FA Cup final will be played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 22 May. A total of 376 clubs will take part in the competition with the extra preliminary round being played on Sunday 6 September.
Teams from the Barclays Women's Super League and Women's Championship will join in the fourth round at the end of January.
The prize fund for next season's Women's FA Cup has been protected despite a 50 percent cut in prize money for the men's event.
According to The Times, the Football Association has effectively ring-fenced the allocation for both the remaining rounds of this year's competition - which will resume at the quarter-final stage in September - and the 2020-21 season.