Fara Williams. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

When Women's FA Cup Fourth Round draw takes place

32 teams are in the hat for the Fourth Round draw
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Fara Williams. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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The Fourth Round draw of the Women’s FA Cup takes place on Monday at 5pm.

It is the round where teams from the Women’s Super League, including Reading FC Women, will enter the competition.

Last season Reading reached the semi-finals of the competition and heart-breakingly lost in a penalty shootout to West Ham United. They’ll be hoping to go one better and reach Wembley this season.

Reading will be ball number 20 in the draw.

Women’s FA Cup Fourth Round draw ball numbers:

  1. Arsenal
  2. Aston Villa
  3. Birmingham City
  4. Blackburn Rovers
  5. Brighton & Hove Albion
  6. Bristol City
  7. Charlton Athletic
  8. Chelsea
  9. Coventry United
  10. Crystal Palace
  11. Durham
  12. Everton
  13. Leicester City
  14. Lewes
  15. Liverpool
  16. London Bees
  17. London City Lionesses
  18. Manchester City
  19. Manchester United
  20. Reading
  21. Sheffield United
  22. Tottenham Hotspur
  23. West Ham United
  24. Fylde or Sunderland
  25. Burnley
  26. Huddersfield Town
  27. Barnsley
  28. Ipswich Town
  29. Watford
  30. Southampton FC Women
  31. Southampton Women’s Fc
  32. Billericay Town or Actonians
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