FA Cup quarter-finals: Time, channel, live stream & semi-final draw

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The FA Cup returns this weekend for the first time since the beginning of March as eight teams clash for a place in the semi-finals at Wembley.

Here is a full list of the games taking place (all times are GMT):

Saturday, June 27

Norwich v Manchester United (5:30pm)

Sunday, June 28

Sheffield United v Arsenal (1pm)

Leicester City v Chelsea (4pm)

Newcastle v Manchester City (6:30pm)

FA Cup holders Manchester City will travel to Newcastle this weekend - (Copyright NurPhoto/PA Images)

How can I watch the games?

All four FA Cup games this weekend are being shown live across the BBC and BT Sport.

Norwich v Manchester United at Carrow Road on Saturday evening will be live on BBC 1 as free-to-air viewers can tune in from 5:10pm.

And BBC 1 will also bring football fans Newcastle v Manchester City on Sunday, with coverage of that one starting at 6:10pm.

Meanwhile for BT Sport subscribers, a double header of Sheffield United v Arsenal and Leicester City v Chelsea will take you right through from 12:30pm to 6:30pm on Sunday afternoon.

For those of you who do not have BT Sport, a monthly pass can be purchased for £25 and you will receive all the broadcaster’s content for 30 days.

All the matches are also available to stream through either the BBC iPlayer or BT Sport on your mobile or tablet.

When is the semi-final draw?

It has not yet been revealed when the FA Cup semi-final draw will take place.

However, both matches are set to take place at Wembley Stadium on the weekend of July 18-19.

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