West Ham United can confirm that the FA Cup fifth-round tie at West Bromwich Albion will kick-off at 12.45pm on Saturday 14 February.
The Hammers can also announce that the Club has received a full allocation of 5,500 Standard tickets for the last-16 tie at The Hawthorns.
Standard tickets will be priced at £20 Adults, £15 Over-65s, £10 Under-21s and £5 Under 17. Tickets will go on sale to supporters on the following dates:
*Bond Holders/Corporate - 9am, Wednesday 4 February
*Priority Post Deadline - 5pm, Wednesday 4 February (for processing on Thursday 5 February)
*Season Ticket Holders General Sale - 9am, Friday 6 February
*Academy/Youth Academy Members - 9am, Saturday 7 February
*General Sale - 10am, Sunday 8 February
Official Club Coaches will leave the Boleyn Ground at 8am, with seats priced as follows:
*Season Ticket Holders and Academy Members - £22 Adults and £19 Concessions
*Non-Members -£27 Adults, £24 Over 65s/Under 16s
The Valentine's Day match will see the two sides meet for the third time this season, with West Ham holding the edge in the two Barclays Premier League meetings, winning 2-1 in the West Midlands in early December and drawing 1-1 at the Boleyn Ground on New Year's Day.
West Ham have met West Brom five times previously in the FA Cup, winning through on four occasions, including a third-round replay in January 1980 on their way to lifting the trophy for a third time that May.
Prior to that, the first FA Cup meeting came in January 1913, when the Hammers prevailed after a two first-round replays. In January 1933, West Ham defeated the Baggies 2-0 in the third round on their way to the semi-finals.
In January 1953, West Brom scored their only FA Cup success over West Ham with a 4-1 victory at the Boleyn Ground. More recently, West Ham triumphed again in the third round in 1980 before scoring a 2-0 third-round victory at The Hawthorns in January 1993.