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FA Cup Quarter-Finals 2015/16

The quarter-finals of the 2015/16FA Cup will take place on the weekend of 12 March 2016, with the remaining eight teams battlling it out for a place in the last four of the compeition. Each team that progresses through to the semi-finals will earn £360,000 in prize money.

Quarter-Final 2015/16 Fixtures & Results

Replay: West Ham 1-2 Man Utd - Wednesday 13th April

Quarter-Final Results 2014/15

Saturday 7th March

Bradford City 0-0 Reading (BT Sport 1, 12.45pm)
Aston Villa 2-0 West Brom (BBC One, 5.30pm)

Sunday 8th March

Liverpool 0-0 Blackburn Rovers (BT Sport 1, 4pm)

Monday 9th March

Man Utd 1-2 Arsenal (BBC One, 7.45pm)

Quarter Final Results 2013/14

Arsenal 4-1 Everton - Saturday 8th March (ITV 1, 12.45pm)

Sheffield Utd 2-0 Charlton - Sunday 9th March (BT Sport, 12pm)

Hull 3-0 Sunderland - Sunday 9th March (ITV 1, 2pm)

Man City 1-2 Wigan - Sunday 9th March (BT Sport 1, 4.05pm)

Quarter Finals 2012/13 Results

Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd

Blackburn 0-1 Millwall (ESPN, 19.30)

Saturday 9th March
Everton 0-3 Wigan Athletic
Manchester City 5-0 Barnsley

Sunday 10th March
Millwall 0-0 Blackburn Rovers
Manchester United 2-2 Chelsea

Quarter-Finals 2011/12

Replay: Sunderland vs Everton - Tuesday 27th March (ITV1, 8pm)

Rescheduled: Tottenham 3-1 Bolton

Saturday 17th March
Everton 1-1 Sunderland
Tottenham 1-1 Bolton (match abandoned)

Sunday 18th March
Chelsea 5-2 Leicester
Liverpool 2-1 Stoke

FA Cup Quarter-Finals 2010/11

Replay: Sunderland v Everton - Tuesday 27th March (ITV1, 8pm)

FA Cup Quarter-Final Results 2009/10

FA Cup Sixth Round Results 2008/2009

The draw for the Sixth Round Proper (or the Quarter Finals) was made on 15th February 2009 by Frank McLintock and Graeme Souness.

The matches are all scheduled to be played on the weekend of 7th March 2009 except for Arsenal, Cardiff City or Burnley, and Sheffield United or Hull City which has been delayed due to the Fourth Round replay between Cardiff and Arsenal which happened on 16th February 2009.

FA Cup Sixth Round Results 2007/2008

The remaining sixteen teams battled it out to gain a place in the semi finals which would take place at Wembley.  Harry Redknapp's Portsmouth managed to beat the odds and win against the previous years finalists Manchester United.

Another surprise was the Coca Cola Championship team Cardiff City managed to beat off the Premiership side of Middlesbrough and Barnsley managed to win 1-0 against Chelsea.