The FA Cup is the most famous domestic cup competition in the World. Steeped in history, it gives the underdog their day and in the 2013/2014 campaign there are set to be more twists and turns than ever. Join Ladbrokes and get a free £30 bet - promo code MAXIMUMBONUS!
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Last season's FA Cup was definitely the tournament for the underdogs. Oldham Athletic, Luton Town and MK Dons all had their day against Premier League teams.
The final was then arguably the biggest shock of all as Wigan Athletic - who will play in the Championship during the 2013/2014 campaign - beat the overwhelming favourites Manchester City at Wembley.
Ben Watson's late winner for the Latics capped a fantastic performance from them and ensured the magic of the FA Cup is still alive and kicking. Long may this continue.
There are several big guns that will want their hands on the trophy this year though. Manchester United will want immediate success under David Moyes, while Man City will look to make up for the 2013 final.
Jose Mourinho is then looking to secure major silverware on his return to Chelsea, while everyone knows how much Arsenal need a trophy. Everton, Tottenham and Liverpool will be in the hunt too.
Wigan's win last season showed that everyone is in contention though and from the first qualifying round on the 14th September 2013, every team will be fighting to go as far as possible.
FA Cup 2013-2014 fixtures:
14th September 2013 - First qualifying round
28th September 2013 - Second qualifying round
12th October 2013 - Third qualifying round
26th October 2013 - Fourth qualifying round
9th November 2013 - 1st round proper
7th December 2013 - 2nd round proper
4th January 2014 - 3rd round proper
25th January 2014 - 4th round proper
15th February 2014 - 5th round proper
8th March - 5th round proper
12th April 2014 - Semi-final one
13th April 2014 - Semi-final two
17th May 2014 - Final
6/1 - Man City
6/1 - Man Utd
11/2 - Chelsea
8/1 - Arsenal
10/1 - Liverpool
10/1 - Tottenham
20/1 - Everton