Vitality Women’s FA Cup 2022/23 round dates and prize fund

The Vitality Women's FA Cup ball. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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The Football Association have released the round dates and prize fund details for the full 2022/23 Vitality Women’s FA Cup. Starting in September and finishing in May, the Cup will feature 438 clubs battling it out to reach the Wembley final. 

There will once again be no preliminary rounds in this season’s competition. The competition will commence on Sunday 11th September 2022 with the first qualifying round. The first two round draws for the Cup will take place on Friday 5th August 2022. 

Round dates for the 2022/23 Vitality Women’s FA Cup

  • First Round Qualifying: Sunday 11th September 2022
  • Second Round Qualifying: Sunday 2nd October 2022
  • Third Round Qualifying: Sunday 23rd October 2022
  • First Round Proper: Sunday 13th November 2022
  • Second Round Proper: Sunday 11th December 2022
  • Third Round Proper: Sunday 9th January 2023
  • Fourth Round Proper: Sunday 29th January 2023
  • Fifth Round Proper: Sunday 26th February 2023
  • Quarter Finals: Sunday 19th March 2023
  • Semi Finals: Sunday 16th April 2023
  • Final: Saturday 14th May 2023

Prize fund for the 2022/23 FA Cup

First Round Qualifying winners £1,800
First Round Qualifying losers £400

Second Round Qualifying winners £3,000
Second Round Qualifying losers £750

Third Round Qualifying winners £4,000
Third Round Qualifying losers £1,000

First Round Proper winners £6,000
First Round Proper losers £1,500

Second Round Proper winners £8,000
Second Round Proper losers £2,000

Third Round Proper winners £10,000
Third Round Proper losers £2,500

Fourth Round Proper winners £15,000
Fourth Round Proper losers £3,750

Fifth Round Proper winners £20,000
Fifth Round Proper losers £5,000

Quarter Final winners  £25,000
Quarter Final losers £6,250

Semi-Final winners £50,000
Semi-Final losers £12,500

Final winners £100,000
Final runners-up £50,000

Eyes peeled for which Berkshire sides will be competing and which round you can expect to see them enter at.

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