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About FA Cup Quarter Final Tickets 2023/24

Ticket sales for FA Cup matches are always high, not least because the competition is arguably the most famous in the game.

The English FA Cup is known worldwide, and fans of teams will always be looking to get access to big games, such as the FA Cup quarter finals.

FA Cup Quarter Finals - One Step from Wembley Stadium and Two Steps from the FA Cup Final

The FA Cup quarter finals are even more attractive given that a victory will lead to a place in the next round, with these matches now taking place at Wembley Stadium.

FA Cup semi final tickets are, therefore, even more prized.

This decision to move the semi finals to Wembley Stadium was taken in 2003 and was implemented in 2008 when the venue had completed its renovations.

So if your favourite team is through to the quarter finals, the allure of a trip to the most famous ground in football is within touching distance.

FA Cup Quarter Finals - Memorable Matches

Chelsea 3-3 Tottenham 2006/07

Chelsea would go on to win the FA Cup final in 2007, beating Manchester United by a single goal, but prior to that, they had to get past Tottenham, and their first encounter was one hell of a clash.

The West London side found themselves 3-1 down after just over 30 minutes but came back with aplomb. Frank Lampard fired the Blues back into the game, and Salomon Kalou scored a dramatic volley to make it 3-3. Jose Mourinho's side went on to win the replay and march on in the competition.

Leicester City 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers 2000/01

The FA Cup is all about giant-killing exploits, and in 2000/01, Wycombe Wanderers, who were then in the third tier of the English football pyramid, caused a massive upset when they defeated Premier League side Leicester City.

Wycombe were hit by a wave of injuries and had to bring in new players who were not cup-tied, and a relative unknown, Roy Essandoh, then became a club legend when he came on as a sub to score the winner in this dramatic quarter final encounter.

Luton 3-2 West Ham 1993/94

Luton Town were struggling in the top tier when they took on West Ham in this memorable quarter-final clash at Kenilworth Road. David Pleat's side were ahead, then behind before a goal from youngster Scott Oakes won it for the home side with his hat-trick goal.

This came after the first fixture had finished in a drab goalless draw. Luton would go on to lose to Chelsea in the semi-final, but it's a game that lives long in the memory for Hatters fans.

FA Cup History

The FA Cup, or Football Association Challenge Cup as it's officially titled, has been going strong since its foundation in 1871.

It's a competition that sees big take on small as non-league teams look to battle through qualifying rounds just for the chance to face professional sides. That is part of the magic of the competition, and FA Cup tickets for potential giant-killing fixtures are always much sought after.

Football fans always look out for the key FA Cup draws, especially for the third round, when teams from the Premier League and EFL Championship join the fun.

Arsenal hold the record for most FA Cup wins, lifting the famous trophy on 14 occasions from the 21 FA Cup finals they have taken part in. Manchester United (12), Chelsea (8) and Liverpool (8) are the next most successful FA Cup teams.

Frequently Asked Questions about FA Cup Quarter Final tickets

How to buy FA Cup Quarter Final tickets?

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  3. Choose a ticket that meets your needs and enter your details during the checkout process to finalise your booking.

How much are FA Cup Quarter Final tickets?

FA Cup Quarter Final tickets will vary in cost depending on which teams are involved and the location of your seat within the stadium. If you want to be part of a monumental face-off between two clubs with massive fan bases, be ready to pay a little extra.

For FA Cup Quarter Final tickets on SeatPick, you can usually expect prices to start from $69. Meanwhile, the average ticket price is approximately $133.

When do FA Cup Quarter Final tickets go on sale?

FA Cup Quarter Final tickets go on sale once the matchups are confirmed. SeatPick provides supporters with the most comprehensive number of ticket choices on the web. We work with various reliable sellers to bring you a huge variety of FA Cup Quarter Final tickets.

How to buy cheap FA Cup Quarter Final tickets?

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Is it safe to buy FA Cup Quarter Final tickets on SeatPick?

Yes! SeatPick is a ticket aggregator that exclusively lists FA Cup Quarter Final tickets from trusted providers who have been carefully vetted by us. Every ticket on our platform is sold with a full refund guarantee, in case there are any issues.

What date are the FA Cup Quarter Finals?

The dates for the Emirates FA Cup quarter-finals are not set in stone but tend to occur in March.

Where can I get FA Cup Quarter Final tickets?

You can purchase FA Cup football tickets at SeatPick. Our platform offers users a wide range of tickets sourced from trusted resellers. You can search through our ticket listing to find tickets to any FA Cup match of interest.

The availability of tickets offered by SeatPick is unrivalled, and that's why fans keep on coming back to our platform.

Do I need to be registered with a specific club to attend an FA Cup match?

FA Cup tickets are typically offered to fans of the competing clubs, but that doesn't mean you need to be a registered supporter to access them. Often tickets are first offered to season ticket holders who might then not be able to attend; they then offer tickets to members; and then finally to the general public.

You don't need to be affiliated with the club when you buy FA Cup tickets via SeatPick.

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