Goal brings you everything you need to know about the latest edition of the oldest football competition in the world
The FA Cup in England is the oldest football competition in the world and this season it is into its 139th season.
Teams from the 10th level of the English football pyramid right up to the Premier League compete√?¬†and it will see a total of 735√?¬†teams take part.
Winner-takes-all knockout games mean there is always a chance of a 'giant killing' and there have been plenty of those moments over the years, contributing to the magic of the cup.
With the 2019-20 edition under way,√?¬† Goal √?¬†brings you everything you need to know about this season's FA Cup.
The draw for the 2019-20 FA Cup third round took place on December 2, 2019. The ties will be played the weekend commencing January 3, 2020.
Liverpool will host Everton in the Merseyside derby in is the round's standout match, while defending champions Manchester City will host League Two side Port Vale.
Elsewhere, Wolves will welcome Man Utd at Molineux, Tottenham travel to Middlesbrough and Arsenal take on Leeds at the Emirates.
The first round proper of the 2019-20 FA Cup kicked off on November 8, 2019, with 47 clubs from League One and League Two entering at that stage.
Those clubs joined the 32 winners from the qualifying stages of the competition, which got under way on August 10 and concluded on October 19.
Premier League and Championship clubs enter the competition at the third round.
The date of the 2019-20 FA Cup final is May 23, 2020. The game will take place at Wembley Stadium, as is customary.
The FA Cup is√?¬†broadcast on the BBC and BT Sport in the United Kingdom.
Both networks air the final and share the rest of the competition, taking turns to select the games they wish to broadcast.
All matches shown by the BBC and BT Sport will be available to stream on their respective websites and apps.
In the United States, the rights to the FA Cup are owned by ESPN, but the games will exclusively be streamed online via ESPN+.√?¬†
That means the games are√?¬†not strictly being shown live on television in the US.