FA Cup


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FA Cup

(in England) n
1. (Soccer) an annual knockout competition for a silver trophy, open to all member teams of the Football Association
2. (Soccer) the trophy itself
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His Huddersfield Town shirt - complete with old-fashioned lace-up collar - that he wore in that 1922 FA Cup final sold for pounds 6,250.
WinkBall's Video Campaign 'Bringing Back the Passion' to Highlight the Importance of Greatest Football Tournament, The FA Cup
The answer is Nuneaton Griff striker Jacob Blyth, who on August 15 last year scored a hat-trick against Shawbury United in the FA Cup a day after his 17th birthday and then went on to bag another treble on September 9 at the expense of Stafford Rangers in the FA Youth Cup.
THE FA Cup could become primarily a midweek competition, with Football Association chief executive Ian Watmore admitting something needs to be done to make the competition "more relevant".
Chris Powell admits Charlton's FA Cup run is a welcome distraction from the team's fight to stay in the Championship.
1 Name the team who shocked 1987 FA Cup winners Coventry City in the third round in 1989?
The Albion fan was entered into the FA Cup Dreams Competition by his parents.
CAMBRIDGE UNITED v SHEFFIELD UNITED Abbey Stadium, Noon, Live on BT Sport 1 NIGEL CLOUGH famously took on Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney in the FA Cup seven years ago.
And the United fans overwhelmingly made it clear that they no longer want to see weakened Newcastle sides being played in either the FA Cup or League Cup.
uk remembering to mark the subject field FA Cup Competition.
CARDIFF have already got their hands on the FA Cup this season after locals Chris Pow and Tom Rado played a once-in-a-lifetime game of football at Wembley.
THE Football Association have agreed a four-year deal television deal with ESPN, worth in the region of pounds 70m, to broadcast FA Cup ties.