A late equaliser from Manchester City's Jane Ross forced extra-time in their game against Sunderland before Nick Cushing's side went onto win 4-2 AET. City now face Chelsea after Emma Hayes' side became the first team to reach the semi-finals last weekend when they beat Liverpool 3-0.
Everton progressed to the semi-finals with a 6-1 victory over Durham earlier today, thanks to Courtney Sweetman-Kirk's hat-trick. The Toffees will host Arsenal after the Gunners beat Charlton 5-0.
Everton v Arsenal
Chelsea v Manchester City
Both ties will be played on Sunday, 15 April and will be available to watch on the BBC Sport website and app.
Reigning champions Manchester City briefly drew level after Demi Stokes nodded home Nadia Nadim's cross.
However, they were only level for a matter of minutes as Lucy Staniforth put Sunderland back ahead with a long-range strike.
In the other FA Cup quarter-final, Arsenal lead Charlton 3-0 after Heather O'Reilly and Vivianne Miedema added to Kim Little's first-half penalty.
Everton became the first side to qualify for the semi-finals after they beat Durham 6-1 earlier today.
Arsenal lead Charlton thanks to Kim Little's fourth-minute penalty.
Holders Manchester City are trailing 1-0 at Sunderland after Victoria Williams gave the Black Cats the lead. Claire Emslie has since struck the bar for City.
Earlier in the day, Everton reached the semi-finals with a comfortable 6-1 victory at Durham.
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Women's Super League 1
Chelsea Ladies v Reading Women
13:55-16:00, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online
Women's FA Cup - Quarter-Finals
Arsenal Women v Charlton Athletic Women
13:45-16:15, Radio 5 live sports extra
All coverage times are BST.
With 1.4 million women and girls playing football, there's no doubt that it's the nation's most popular female-team participation sport.
Around the UK there are schemes designed to help girls get into football - from grassroots to the professional game - as well as routes into coaching.
Each Football Association across the UK (Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England) has information specifically to encourage women to play. You can also find out how to get into football with Get Inspired's guide here.