It’s one of the biggest weekends of the year at Wembley as the iconic stadium hosts The FA Cup Semi-Finals. Both games have the makings of classic Cup showdowns.
While the Stadium prepares for four clubs and their fans on Saturday and Sunday, it’s a quiet week for Wembley Arena...
Wembley Stadium: The first FA Cup with Budweiser Semi-Final sees an intriguing match between Premier League Wigan Athletic and Millwall from the Championship. This marks the first meeting between the two sides since 2005. The last FA Cup game between the teams took place in 1935.
Wembley Stadium: Sunday’s second Semi is a mouth-watering clash between Premier League champions Manchester City and current FA Cup holders Chelsea. The match is a repeat of this season’s FA Community Shield, can Chelsea gain revenge and make their fifth Wembley Final in seven years?