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Gazza, El Tel and Golden Bollocks

During his time at White Hart Lane, Gary Lineker was nicknamed Golden Bollocks after becoming the Golden Boot winner at the Mexico 1986 World Cup. Here he he with Tottenham Hotspur manager Terry ‘El Tel’ Venables and midfield maestro Paul Gascoigne enjoying a pre-match laugh whilst showcasing the miniature versions of the FA Cup they […]

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Chelsea 4 Liverpool 2

Back in 1997, Ruud Gullit’s Chelsea side performed a classic comeback in the FA Cup tie with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on the road to Wembley. The Blues went on to lift the famous FA Cup for the second time in their history. However, it wasn’t all going Chelsea’s way initially and Roy Evans Reds […]

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Little & Large

Liverpool and Leeds United captains and fellow Scotland internationals, Ron Yeats and Bobby Collins shake hands before the 1965 FA Cup final at Wembley. The big Liverpool defender went on to lift the famous old FA Cup trophy after beating Don Revie’s men 2-1 after extra time thanks to goals from Roger Hunt and Ian […]

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10 Greatest FA Cup Shocks

York City 1 Arsenal 0, 26/01/1985 This fourth round tie had pretty much every FA Cup cliché you could wish for; a snowbound pitch, John Motson in the commentary box and a dramatic late finish as Third Division York City knocked out the mighty Arsenal thanks to a last minute penalty from Keith Houchen. York […]

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Pride of Merseyside

Just weeks after the dreadful scenes at the Hillsborough Stadium disaster, Liverpool would face Merseyside neighbours Everton in the 1989 FA Cup final. The game finished 3-2 to the Reds after extra time with a brace from Ian Rush and one from John Aldridge. Stuart McCall bagged both goals for the Toffees. SHOP the official […]

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West Ham United 2 Everton 1

In the semi-final of the 1980 FA Cup, West Ham United eventually beat Everton 2-1 in the replay after the two teams had battled out a 1-1 draw at Villa Park a few days earlier. Alan Devonshire opened the scoring for the Hammers early in extra-time before Bob Latchford equalised for the Toffees but it […]

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FA Cup: Record Breakers

The Football Association Challenge Cup was the first knock out competition of its type when it was founded back in 1871 and it remains the oldest cup competition in World football. Over 150 years have passed but the magic of the cup is still extremely strong with over 700+ teams battling it out to ultimately […]

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Everton 4 Liverpool 4

The location was Goodison Park, Liverpool. The date was Wednesday 20th February 1991 and the occasion was the FA Cup Fifth round replay. Over 37k supporters witnessed one of the greatest FA Cup ties in history as these Merseyside rivals battled out a 4-4 draw. Sit back and enjoy! SHOP the official Everton and Liverpool […]

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FA Cup Winners 1995

The Toffees toppled heavily fancied Manchester United in the 1995 FA Cup final. Everton won the match 1–0 via a headed goal by Paul Rideout, after Graham Stuart’s shot rebounded off the crossbar. Blues captain, Dave Watson was man of the match.

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A Brucie Barrage

Liverpool keeper Bruce Grobbelaar gives the Wembley pitch invader a warm welcome after the reds beat local rivals Everton in the 1989 FA Cup final.

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