FA Cup

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Related to FA Challenge Cup: Football Association Challenge Cup

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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IN a repeat of the 2016 Liverpool FA Challenge Cup final, Richmond Raith Rovers beat South Liverpool 3-0 in Saturday's quarter-final encounter.
The country's oldest club football cup competition, known previously as the FA Challenge Cup, and for sponsorship reasons the Lion Cup and later the Coca Cola Cup, has now made a return after a six year hiatus.
CEFN Druids have landed an away tie at holders Ruthin Town in the last 16 of the North East Wales FA Challenge Cup.
The Distric FA Challenge Cup final is at Emley on Friday, May 4 (7.30), and then there are two further showpieces at Shelley.
Dynamo still have a cup competition to look forward to, when they face Coalville Town in the final of the Leicestershire and Rutland County FA Challenge Cup. The game will be played on Tuesday, April 24, at Holmes Park in Whetstone, the headquarters of the Leicestershire FA.
Jarrow FC were the big winners in the Durham FA Challenge Cup Preliminary Round.
1871: Football Association secretary Charles Alcock first suggested the idea of the FA Challenge Cup.
The awards were announced after City's 4-1 win over Glantraeth in the North Wales Coast FA Challenge Cup Final, held at Nantporth last Sunday.
The FA Challenge Cup committee were happy to have concessions - but the final decision rested with the four competing clubs.
Peterlee Town were in the Durham FA Challenge Cup and won 5-1 at Harton & Westoe.
They reinstated FA Cup replays for the fifth and sixth rounds, which was the original solution opposed by the FA Challenge Cup committee.
'This is in accordance with the desire of the FA Challenge Cup Committee, the FA Premier League and the Football League.