Fa Cup Schedule

FA Cup Schedule 2014/15

The greatest football competition in the world is split over two actual years, but just one football season. In total, including all the preliminary rounds, non-league sides will be involved in 13 rounds before they reach the final, whilst Premier League and Championship teams will only have to play five fixtures.

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FA Cup Fixtures And Dates

FA Cup 2014/15 Prize Fund

The further you get into the competition will also give you more money via increased gate receipts (for each time whether home or away each league side gets 45% of the gate receipts with the remaining 10% going to the Football Association, non league sides get an extra 5% which comes from the League cups share). Money is also earned through TV revenue and the eventual winners will get the opportunity to play European football and enjoy the riches that will come with it. The winners now receive a whopping £1.8m.

The information below shows the prize fund allocated to each team, while the brackets denote the amount of teams that will receive funds.