Welcome to our FA Cup history section, which includes the history of the competition, complete results from every game ever played, heroes, classic finals and much, much more.
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More FA Cup History... FA Cup History
The FA Cup is the most famous domestic cup competition in the world. Click here
to see how it all started.Cup Final Results
To see a full list of FA Cup winners, click here.
FA Cup Heroes
Rush, Hughes, Montgomery, Beasant, Matthews, Mortensen, Sir Alex and many, many more. Click here
Recall Mortensen's stunning hat-trick, Coventry's shock win in 1987 and a six-goal thriller three years later. Click here
.Twenty to Tackle
Do you consider yourself an expert on The FA Cup? Test your knowledge on our quiz by clicking here
.The FA Cup – An English Icon
An online project placed The FA Cup alongside a cup of tea as an English icon. Click here
to read more.Young Guns
Many players have been fortunate to play in an FA Cup Final, but who is the youngest? Find out by clicking here
. The Millennium Years
The FA Cup Final found a temporary home at the Millennium Stadium. Click here
for reports on the finals played at Cardiff.
Haven’t We Met Before?
Read about the most common FA Cup final and a remarkable run of fixtures between Leeds and Cardiff in the 50s by clicking here
. FA Cup - Fans’ View
What makes The FA Cup the best cup competition in the world? We would like to hear your stories and memories. Click here
. The Hard Way
Manchester United did it in 1948 - winning the FA Cup after being drawn against top-flight clubs in every round. Click here.
Broadcasting The Cup
Just 10,000 tuned in for the first televised FA Cup Final. In 2005 the viewing figures topped 484 million! Click here
The is only one FA Cup competition, but four different trophies. Click here
to find out more.Penalty!
Beasant's save from Aldridge is well known, but Charlie Wallace was actually the first to miss from 12 yards in a Final. Click here
.The First Matches
The FA Cup began way back in 1871, but who were the 15 teams who took part in the first competition? Click here
to find out.Lillie Bridge
Wembley is the best known venue for FA Cup Finals, although little is known about Lillie Bridge. Click here