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2017 FA Cup Semi-Final Date Set

2017 FA Cup Semi-Final Date Set

The FA in association with the BBC and BT Sport have named the date, broadcaster and kick off time for both Arsenal v Manchester City and Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur.

The first semi-final between the London clubs is scheduled to take place on Saturday 22 April, with a kick off of 17:15 GMT. BBC One will broadcast the game.

The second semi-final between Arsenal and Manchester City will take place the following day at 15:00 GMT, live within the UK on BT Sport.

Both games will take place at Wembley Stadium and ticketing for both games will be divided equally between both sets of supporters at 32,000 tickets. The remaining tickets will go to corporate and Football Association clubs.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday March 17 2017
Time: 12:09PM

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