The latest football news from the League, FA and all domestic Cups with Sky Sports. It's a massive weekend of football action with both Premier League and FA Cup fixtures to feast on. FA Cup scores, results and fixtures on BBC Sport, including live football scores, goals and goal scorers. Go back About the FA What we do Ideem hamburg back What we do Strategy Sustainability Financial Statements Who we virtuelles pferd Go back Who we are The FA Board The FA Council FA Committees The FA Management County FAs St. Port Vale 3 v Stevenage 4 5 November Port Vale 3 1—0 Stevenage 4 Stoke-on-Trent From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Braintree Town 5 v Eastbourne Borough 6 5 November Braintree Town 5 7—0 Eastbourne Borough 6 Braintree Please choose your username under which you would like all your comments to show up. People's Award nominations open. Arsenal ended a season of frustration and uncertainty with FA Cup glory, denying man Chelsea the double on Saturday. Both teams score in the Wilfried Bony derby. Gunners fan Sir Mick was seen arriving at the 90, capacity Wembley Stadium for the big match, which was settled thanks to goals from Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey. Victor Moses has dived before Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers Southampton v Arsenal Sutton United v Leeds United. Eastleigh 5 v F. Football Live scores Fixtures Results Tables Premier League Champions League Fantasy Football FA Cup League Cup Europa League Euro Transfers Football nerd email A-Z More. Curzon Ashton 6 v AFC Wimbledon 3 4 December Curzon Ashton 6 3—4 AFC Wimbledon 3 Ashton-under-Lyne Contact us Rewards Archive Reader Prints Branded Content Syndication Guidelines Privacy Terms and Conditions Leave your feedback. CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: An almighty scramble is under way for a place in the Championship play-off spots. The four winners of the quarter-finals progressed to the semi-finals. Sportsmail asked Chelsea supporter RORY JENNINGS and Arsenal fan LAYTH YOUSIF for their views Retrieved 8 December OLIVER HOLT AT WEMBLEY: The draw was held on 30 January ,  and the matches were played across the weekend of 18—20 February The grand saga of Arsenal. In a break from tradition, the FA officially renamed the stage the 'Quarter-finals', the name that had long been used colloquially to describe what was previously called the Sixth Round Proper.