Wexford Youths will face familiar foes Peamount United in the FAI Women's Senior Cup semi-finals while Cork City take on Munster rivals Treaty United.
Both ties will be played on the weekend of 8 November.
Wexford’s clash with Peamount is a repeat of the 2018 and 2019 finals, both of which were won by Youths.
The victors will face league newcomers Treaty or an in-form Cork side who are on a six-game winning streak.
FAI WOMEN'S SENIOR CUP SEMI-FINALS ??@YouthsWomen v @peamountutd @CorkCityFCWomen v @TreatyUnitedFC— Women's National League (@FAI_WNL) October 9, 2020
*Ties will be played on week ending November 8th
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"We have a couple of Cork players in our squad and I think there’s three or four Limerick players in the Cork City squad, so there’s a little bit of rivalry," said Treaty United manager Dave Rooney.
"Cork are riding the crest of a wave at the moment but we’ve four weeks to get ready for the game. We’ll prepare properly and give it our best shot."
This year’s final will be shown live on RTÉ2 on Saturday, 12 December from Tallaght Stadium.
It will be the first time the final is broadcast live as a standalone event.