Some tasty ties on the agenda after a few dramatic games in the quarter-finals.
With the FA Cup fixture list being revamped due to Covid-19, the removal of replays means that fans can already look forward to some very interesting matches in the final four.
After Harry Maguire's dramatic winner gave Manchester United the win against Norwich City, their reward is a tie against Chelsea.
Manchester United weren't the only side that left it late to secure their semi-final spot, Arsenal kept their FA Cup hopes alive thanks to Dani Ceballos' injury-time winner against Sheffield United. The Gunners will play the winners of Man City and Newcastle United.
The semi-finals are set to take place in three weeks' time over the weekend of 18-19 July at Wembley Stadium behind closed doors.
The FA Cup final is set for Saturday 1 August.