Manchester United were the first side to book their place in the last four after beating Norwich in extra-time at Carrow Road on Saturday evening.
Before Arsenal left it late to edge past Sheffield United at Bramall Lane a day later. While Leicester City welcome Chelsea and Manchester City visit Newcastle United in the two remaining games.
And below is all fans need to know ahead of the games.
When is the FA Cup semi-final draw?
The FA have confirmed the draw will take place on Sunday, June 28, during the half-time interval between Newcastle and Man City.
Can fans watch the FA Cup semi-final draw?
Supporters will be able to watch the semi-final draw live on BBC One in the UK.
Fans watching from another location will be able to stream the dream via the Emirates FA Cup’s official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts.
When will the ties take place?
The semi-finals of the Emirates FA Cup are due to take place over the weekend of 18 and 19 July, with the final scheduled for 1 August.
Where will the ties be played?
Both ties are expected to be played at Wembley.
Will fans be able to attend?
At this moment in time, it would appear that fans will not be allowed to attend either of the games and the match will take place behind closed doors.
Since both the Premier League and Championship returned this month, both have been playing games behind closed doors.
“For a sporting-loving nation, today really is a significant milestone,” Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden told a Downing Street press conference back in May.
“We won’t be sitting in the stands for a while and things will be very different to what we’re used to but live sport will be back on our screens next week.
“The British sporting recovery has begun.”
Will fans be allowed to attend a final?
According to the Daily Mirror , the FA are exploring plans to allow a maximum of 10,000 fans from each team to support their side in the final.
The 90,000 capacity within the stadium means it is viable that fans could maintain social-distancing measures at the match.
But the report adds that this will only be considered if the coronavirus infection rate drops below 0.5 by the time of the final, which has been provisionally pencilled in for August 1.