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In men’s domestic English football, the FA Cup is an annual knockout competition. As the oldest national football competition in the world, it was first played during the 1871-72 season.

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Wigan Athletic FA Cup Run: 1954 Third Round Against The Toon

In the season 1953/1954, Wigan Athletic retained the championship of the Lancashire Combination (for the third time in four years), won the Lancashire Junior Cup, and finished off a treble with the Lancashire Combination Cup. Impressive enough in the non-league …

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1914 FA Cup Final: Burnley 1 Hold On Against Liverpool 0

1914 FA Cup Final Score:  Burnley 1 Defeated Liverpool 0 Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 25th April 1914 Burnley Team: Ronnie Sewell, Tom Bamford, David Taylor, George Halley, Tommy Boyle, Billy Watson, Billy Nesbit, Dick Lindley, Bert Freeman, Teddy …

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1913 FA Cup Final: Aston Villa 1 Defeated Sunderland 0

1913 FA Cup Final Final Score: Aston Villa 1 Defeats Sunderland 0 Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 19th April 1913 Aston Villa Team: Sam Hardy, Tom Lyons, Tommy Weston, Tommy Barber, Kimmy Harrop, Jimmy Leach, Charlie Wallace, Harold Halse, …

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1899 FA Cup Final: Sheffield United 4 Defeats Derby County 1

1899 FA Cup Final Score: Sheffield United 4 Derby County 1 Match Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 15th April 1899 Sheffield United Scorers: Walter Bennett, Billy Beer, Jack Almond, and Fred Priest. Derby County Scorer: John Boag Sheffield United …

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FA Cup Final Stadium And Venues: The History And Stories

In this article, we will explore the FA Cup final stadiums and venues history from the first tournament back in 1872 until the present day. The most important action taken in this era by the English Football Association was to …

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