The FA Cup Fourth Round television ties announced

Wednesday 07 Jan 2015
Cambridge United's Abbey Stadium

Cambridge United's FA Cup Fourth Round showdown with Manchester United will be played out in front off the BBC One cameras on Friday 23 January.

The clash at Abbey Stadium, which kicks off at 7.55pm, will be the first of six matches televised by the BBC and BT Sport over four days of Cup action.

The FA Cup

Fourth Round
23-26 January 2015
Winning sides receive £90,000

On Saturday, BBC Wales will show Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City, kick-off at 12.45pm, while Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers at Anfield will be televised by BT Sport, with a 5.30pm kick-off.

Sunday brings another double-header, with either Doncaster Rovers or Bristol City taking on Everton or West Ham United at 2pm, live on BBC One.

Then at 4pm on BT Sport, Brighton & Hove Albion play host to to holders Arsenal at the Amex Stadium.

Finally on Monday evening, League One Rochdale, who defeated Nottingham Forest in the Third Round and Leeds United a year earlier, welcome Stoke City to their Spotland home (kick-off 7.55pm).

Each team selected for television coverage by BT Sport and BBC One receives £144,000, while regional broadcasters BBC Wales pay £48,000 to Blackburn and Swansea.

The prize money for winning teams in the FA Cup Fourth Round is £90,000.

Friday 23 January 
Cambridge United v Manchester United – 7.55pm – BBC One

Saturday 24 January 
Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City - 12.45pm - BBC Wales
Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers – 5.30pm – BT Sport

Sunday 25 January 
Doncaster Rovers or Bristol City v Everton or West Ham United – 2pm – BBC One
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal – 4pm – BT Sport

Monday 26 January 
Rochdale v Stoke City – 8pm – BT Sport

By FA Staff