Gareth Taylor’s side must overcome Leicester City in the last eight in order to set up a home tie against the winner of the North London derby.
The last four clash will be played on 30 September/1 October, just days after we travel to Sutton Park to face the Foxes on Sunday 27 September (kick-off 14:00 UK).
City beat Manchester United 3-2 in the fourth round, before a 10-0 win over Ipswich Town to set up our quarter-final match with Leicester.
Confirmation on the date and time of our potential semi-final tie will be confirmed on mancity.com in due course.
The Football Association announced in July that the 2019/20 FA Women’s Cup would resume in the early part of the new campaign, giving defending champions City the opportunity to try and lift the trophy for the third time in four years.
As has been the tradition since 2015, the final will be played at Wembley Stadium and will take place on Saturday 31 October.
FA Women’s Cup semi-final draw
Brighton and Hove Albion or Birmingham City v Everton or Chelsea
Leicester City or Manchester City v Arsenal or Tottenham Hotspur