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English men’s domestic football holds an annual knockout competition called the FA Cup. Check out the FA Cup articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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

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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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Wigan Athletic 1932: The Founding Year And First Season

Following the demise of Wigan Borough in October 1931 and their subsequent withdrawal from the Football League, Wigan was left without a football team. Following the demise of Wigan A.F.C., Wigan County, Wigan United, Wigan Town, and Wigan Borough, the …

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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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History Of Burnley FC: Founder Club Story Between 1882-2000

The history of Burnley FC was formed in 1882 when it changed from Burnley Rovers Rugby Club to Burnley Football Club. They were a founder member of the Football League in 1888. Following other sports clubs in the area that …

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Shay Given: Premier League And National Team Goalkeeper

The former Irish goalkeeper Shay Given played professionally as a goalkeeper. The Republic of Ireland’s second-most capped national team player with 134 caps. Given was regarded as an agile, athletic, committed, and courageous goalkeeper with exceptional reflexes. His Premier League …

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1912 FA Cup Final: Barnsley Defeat WBA 1-0 In Match Replay

1912 FA Cup Final Score: Barnsley 0 West Bromwich Albion 0 FA Cup Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 20th April 1912 Attendance: 54,556 1912 FA Cup Replay Final Score: Barnsley 1 West Bromwich Albion 0 FA Cup Replay Venue: …

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1910 FA Cup Final Replay: Newcastle United 2 Barnsley 0

1910 FA Cup Final Replay Score: Newcastle United 2 Barnsley 0 Initial Result Before Replay: Newcastle United 1 Barnsley 1 Date: Saturday 23rd April 1910. Replay: Thursday 28th April 1910 Venue: Crystal Palace, London. Replay: Goodison Park, Everton Scorers: Harry …

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1909 FA Cup Final Winners Manchester United

1909 FA Cup Final: Manchester United 1 Bristol City 0

1909 FA Cup Final Score: Manchester United 1 Bristol City 0 Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 24th April 1909 Scorer: Sandy Turnbull – Manchester United Manchester United Team: Harry Moger, George Stacey, Vince Hayes, Dick Duckworth, Charlie Roberts, Alex …

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1908 FA Cup Final: Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Newcastle United 1

1908 FA Cup Final Score: Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Newcastle United 1 Venue: Crystal Palace, London Date: Saturday 25th April 1908 Scorers: Wolverhampton Wanderers – Kenneth Hunt, George Hedley, Billy Harrison. Newcastle United – James Howey Wolverhampton Wanderers Team: Tommy Lunn, …

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