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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They lost 1-0 to Herbert Chapman's Huddersfield Town, who had won the FA Cup for the only time in their history a fortnight earlier, with 20,000 in attendance to see the Reds against the Terriers at Old Trafford.
It was 45 years ago this weekend that Newcastle United were beaten 3-0 in the FA Cup final at Wembley by a Kevin Keegan-inspired Liverpool team.
Since owner Mike Ashley took overNewcastle in 2007, the club has failed to progress beyond the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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Prince William will not make it to the FA Cup Finals.
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United travel to Stamford Bridge looking to progress past the fourth round of the FA Cup for the first time since 2005-06 when they reached the quarterfinals.
There is a wider debate about the lack of realism with people calling for respect to be shown to the FA Cup when the game, for some, is the fourth or fifth in two weeks.
The 1922 FA Cup final programme is of particular importance to Huddersfield fans because that was the first, and so far only, time the Terriers have won the FA Cup.
GARY MILLS said his Wrexham side must do a professional job to earn progress in the FA Cup after landing an away tie at Stamford AFC in the fourth qualifying round of the famous competition.
United went on to lift the FA Cup, beating Crystal Palace 1-0 in a replayed final.