FA Cup Fixtures 2012

by on October 30th, 2010
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The Football Association cup is a highly respected Football Competition in the United Kingdom, allowing all types of non-league and league teams to compete on a level playing field for the biggest prize in British Football. With entry allowed from all of the leagues, this makes the FA Cup somewhat special in the world of football, as it brings the large teams like Chelsea FC and Manchester United into the arena with non-league and lower league teams. As well as the trophy there is also a large cash prize as well as automatic entry in other types of cups and competitions for the year following the cup final. This year it is likely that the FA Cup final will be held in London at Wembley Stadium, although there has been mention of alternative locations for the final, due to the Olympics being held in London also.

The fixtures for all the competing teams for 2012 are listed below:

Friday, 01/06/2012

Liverpool
20:00
Oldham Athletic

Saturday, 01/07/2012

Birmingham City
12:30
Wolverhampton Wanderers

Dagenham & Redbridge
13:00
Millwall

Middlesbrough
15:00
Shrewsbury Town

Nottingham Forest
15:00
Leicester City

Crawley Town
15:00
Bristol City

Doncaster Rovers
15:00
Notts County

Tottenham Hotspur
15:00
Cheltenham Town

Milton Keynes Dons
15:00
Queens Park Rangers

Hull City
15:00
Ipswich Town

Coventry City
15:00
Southampton

Brighton & Hove Albion
15:00
Wrexham

Fulham
15:00
Charlton Athletic

Norwich City
15:00
Burnley

Derby County
15:00
Crystal Palace

Fleetwood Town
15:00
Blackpool

Swindon Town
15:00
Wigan Athletic

Barnsley
15:00
Swansea City

Macclesfield Town
15:00
Bolton Wanderers

Newcastle United
15:00
Blackburn Rovers

Everton
15:00
Tamworth

Sheffield United
15:00
Salisbury City

Gillingham
15:00
Stoke City

Watford
15:00
Bradford City

West Bromwich Albion
15:00
Cardiff City

Reading
15:00
Stevenage

Bristol Rovers
17:30
Aston Villa

Sunday, 01/08/2012

Manchester City
13:00
Manchester United

Sheffield Wednesday
15:00
West Ham United

Chelsea
15:00
Portsmouth

Peterborough United
15:30
Sunderland AFC

Monday, 01/09/2012
Arsenal
19:45
Leeds United AFC

So far the competition has kept some of the smaller clubs in the running for the prestigious prize. This is what the FA Cup is all about, as it represents the masses.


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