Date: Saturday, May 14 Time: TBD Location: Wembley Stadium (London, England) The 2021-22 FA Cup final takes place on Saturday May 14 at Wembley Stadium in London.

FA Cup Final 2022 date and time

Following last week’s draw in the Premier League to Manchester City, The Reds remain one behind their title rivals. Both teams come together once again, as they both aim for a quadruple and a treble respectively.

Liverpool Missing Five Players For FA Cup Semi-Final

Semi-Final Against Manchester City

Liverpool face Manchester City today in the FA Cup semi-final as they look to keep their quadruple push alive. Unfortunately, The Reds will be missing five players from their squad due to different ruling for FA AND UEFA.

FA Cup Semi-Final

Squad depth will be tested in the last couple of months and it becomes vital that both managers can keep as many players fit as possible for the duration.

Missing Five Players For FA Cup Semi-Final

Pep Guardiola received bad news about the injuries to Kevin De Bruyne and Kyle Walker, both being ruled out of the cup semi-final.

The FA Cup's iconic title as the oldest knockout cup competition in club football has kept it at the heart of English football for over a century.

When is the FA Cup final 2022?

Ticket details for the 2022 FA Cup final

Ticket details for the 2022 FA Cup final With the FA Cup semifinals all set for April 16-17, with Liverpool and Manchester City facing off on April 16 and Chelsea taking on Crystal Palace on April 17, ticket information is yet to be confirmed.

Who are the 2022 FA Cup semifinalists?

Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp face off on Saturday April 16 in the latest episode of their rivalry with both sides in the running for a trophy-laden end to the season. Liverpool have already clinched the EFL Cup, with Manchester City holding a one-point lead over the Reds in the Premier League title race, plus the potential of a Champions League final meeting.

Most successful clubs in FA Cup history

Despite the majority of Premier League clubs openly prioritizing their place in the English top-flight or challenging for lucrative European trophies, the most established names remain the most successful in FA Cup history. Arsenal are still the top dogs in FA Cup finals, with 14 wins from 21 finals, followed by rivals Manchester United with 12 wins in 20.