The FA Cup is scheduled to reopen next month (Photo: Getty Images)

The FA Cup is set to resume at the end of June, with the finals taking place in early August.

With the Premier League tentatively set to resume on June 17, the FA Cup quarter-finals are scheduled for the weekend of June 27-28.

The semi-finals are set to take place on the weekend of July 11-12, with the final set for August 1st.

Defending champions Manchester City remain in the aftermath, along with Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea.

They all hit ties right away in the & # 39; s quarterfinals. Arsenal will travel to Sheffield United, while Manchester City will face Steve Bruce & # 39; s Newcastle United.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær will take his Manchester United side on a trip to Norwich, while Leicester will face Champions League rivals Leicester.

City defending champions (Photo: Copa / Getty)

FA Cup Chief Officer Mark Bullingham said: 'We are delighted to vote on the provisional start date for the FA / FA 2019/20.

'The competition has been an integral part of England's football calendar for almost 150 years, and we want to thank the Premier League Executive and clubs for their support in planning & # 39; e remaining matches during this unusual time.

"This has been a difficult period for many people, and although this is a positive step, the restart date is dependent on all the required security measures. The health and well-being of players, staff and supporters remains our priority. & # 39;



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