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The FA Cup semi-finals are played to determine which teams will contest the FA Cup Final. They are the penultimate phase of the FA Cup, the oldest football tournament in the world.

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  • The FA Cup semi-finals are played to determine which teams will contest the FA Cup Final. They are the penultimate phase of the FA Cup, the oldest football tournament in the world. (en)
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  • Arsenal v Blackburn, Millennium Stadium, 2005 (en)
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  • Arsenal v Newcastle, Victoria Ground, 1906 (en)
  • Arsenal v Wednesday, St Andrew's, 1907 (en)
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  • Manchester derby, new Wembley, 2010 (en)
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  • Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur's rivalry dates back to the 1967 FA Cup Final, and the clubs met again in the 2017 semi-final. (en)
  • The original Wembley Stadium began hosting semi-finals in 1991 with the North London derby. (en)
  • Three semi-final venues in Nottingham: Meadow Lane, the City Ground and Trent Bridge. A fourth venue, the Town Ground, was located at the bottom left of the image. (en)
  • In the 19th century, seventeen FA Cup semi-final matches were held at the Kennington Oval . (en)
  • Semi-finals were held at Sheffield Wednesday's home ground Hillsborough for 85 years. (en)
  • Bramall Lane hosted 17 semi-finals from 1889 to 1938; Sheffield has been host city on 51 occasions. (en)
  • Maine Road , dubbed the Wembley of the North, was used for semi-finals between 1928 and 1994. (en)
  • Woolwich Arsenal versus The Wednesday at St Andrew's in 1907. The Arsenal would drop "Woolwich" from their name in 1913; The Wednesday would add "Sheffield" in 1929. (en)
  • The pre-match line-ups at Villa Park for Middlesbrough versus West Ham United, 2006 (en)
  • Arsenal versus Chelsea in 2009 was one of several London derbies held at the national stadium (en)
  • Arsenal against Blackburn Rovers was one of the 2005 semi-finals held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, taking the fixture out of England for the first time since 1885. (en)
  • Manchester clubs City and United have reached the FA Cup semi-final a combined 45 times. The Manchester derby has twice been a semi-final. (en)
  • In amongst Hull City fans at the 2014 all-Yorkshire semi-final against Sheffield United (en)
  • Blackburn Rovers v Chelsea at Old Trafford in 2007: the last FA Cup semi-final before the event was moved to the new Wembley Stadium. (en)
  • Playing in their first semi-final, Woolwich Arsenal ' faced Newcastle United ' at the Victoria Ground, Stoke in 1906. (en)
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  • A match at the Millennium Stadium - geograph.org.uk - 1772120.jpg (en)
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  • The FA Cup semi-finals are played to determine which teams will contest the FA Cup Final. They are the penultimate phase of the FA Cup, the oldest football tournament in the world. (en)
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  • FA Cup semi-finals (en)
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