Manchester United attracted the second biggest FA Cup third round replay attendance in history on Wednesday night against West Ham.
A crowd of 71,081 watched England striker Wayne Rooney score the only goal of the game at Old Trafford, beating the 70,123 which saw Chelsea take on Tottenham Hotspur in 1964.
Manchester United's attendance was just short of the third-round replay record of 73,632 which dates back to Aston Villa against Arsenal at Villa Park in 1931.
Meanwhile, Arsenal registered a crowd of 58,359 in their 1-0 win over Swansea City at the Emirates.
This season's third round enjoyed its best aggregate attendance since 2008, with over 645,000 fans attending games in total.
The third round, which kicked off the FA's 150th anniversary year on 5 January, saw near full houses at both Etihad Stadium and White Hart Lane, while League One's Crawley Town had their biggest ever attendance against Premier League side Reading.
Peterborough United's East Anglian derby with Norwich City was London Road's biggest crowd of the season and non-league giant-killers Macclesfield Town and Luton Town had near capacity support in wins over Cardiff City and Wolves respectively.
Norwich City v Luton Town
Oldham Athletic v Liverpool
Macclesfield Town v Wigan Athletic
Derby County v Blackburn Rovers
Hull City v Barnsley
Middlesbrough v Aldershot Town
Millwall v Aston Villa
Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal
Stoke City v Manchester City
Manchester United v Fulham
Brentford v Chelsea
Reading v Sheffield United
Huddersfield Town v Leicester City
QPR v MK Dons
Bolton Wanderers v Everton