When is the FA Cup 5th round draw 2022? Date, time, TV channel, ball numbers and fifth round tie dates

We’ve already seen some eye-catching results this weekend.

With a full round of fourth round fixtures to be played this weekend, the FA Cup will once again dominate the domestic football agenda in England on Sunday.

The action got underway with a shock Manchester United exit at the hands of Middlesbrough on Friday evening, while Chelsea and West Ham survived extra time scares against Plymouth Argyle and Kidderminster Harriers respectively.

Other notable ties still left to be played include Liverpool hosting Cardiff City and holders Leicester City travelling to Nottingham Forest.

Every side left in the competition will be hoping to secure a favourable tie in the fifth round, but when will they find out who they are facing, and how can you follow along with all of the drama from the draw itself?

We’ve gathered all of the information you need to know below...

When is the FA Cup fifth round draw?

The fifth round will take place on Sunday February 6th during the buildup to Liverpool vs Cardiff City.

That tie kicks off at noon, and will be broadcast live on ITV.

How can I watch the FA Cup fifth round draw?

The draw will take place during coverage of Liverpool vs Cardiff.

The match will be broadcast live on ITV, with things getting underway at 11.15am.

Viewers can also stream the draw, and Liverpool vs Cardiff itself, via the ITV Hub.

What are the ball numbers for the FA Cup fifth round draw?

The ball numbers for the fifth round draw are as follows:

1. Crystal Palace

2. AFC Bournemouth or Boreham Wood

3. Huddersfield Town

4. Peterborough United

5. Luton Town

6. Southampton

7. Chelsea

8. Everton

9. West Ham

10. Middlesbrough

11. Tottenham Hotspur

12. Liverpool or Cardiff City

13. Stoke City

14. Nottingham Forest or Leicester City

15. Manchester City

16. Wolves

When will the FA Cup fifth round be played?

Fifth round ties will be played in the week commencing February 28th 2022, with with winning clubs at that stage moving into the quarcollecting £180,000 from the competition prize fund.

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