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the final match of any cup competition (such as the annual final of the English soccer competition at Wembley)

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At the same sale - at Graham Budd Auctions in London - two identical 1920 Huddersfield Town versus Aston Villa FA Cup final programmes which cost sixpence each new - about 3p in modern money - sold for a total of PS2,900.
9: Which player holds the record for the most number of FA Cup Final victories?
Speaking on social media site Kicca, Halsey said Moss is too error-prone to be given the FA Cup final.
I always think of losing the FA Cup final rather than winning the League Cup in 2012," Henderson said.
Early strikes from James Chester (left) and Curtis Davies, which were netted inside nine minutes, helped Hull record the fastest two-goal lead in the history of FA Cup Finals.
He is one of the main reasons why we have stayed up and reached the FA Cup Final.
The Cottagers, aiming for a hat-trick of League Cup successes, beat Charlton in last year's FA Cup Final to complete the treble of League, FA Cup and League Cup.
Answers on a postcard with your name, age, address and telephone number to FA Cup Final Competition, Sunday People Sport, PO Box 4018, London E14 5BL.
Multiplex and Wembley National Stadium Limited remain committed to delivering the stadium at the earliest possible date but were unable to give us 100% certainty that the stadium will be completed in time for the FA Cup final.
It will mean a quick turnaround for the Millennium Stadium staff, given they will have the FA Cup final on the Saturday, but it is something they have done before.
A Chelsea statement read: "John Mikel Obi has undergone minor knee surgery and will take no part in Sunday's final Barclays Premier League match nor the FA Cup final.
PETER Ridsdale is today urging Cardiff City fans: "Welcome your FA Cup final team back to Ninian Park.
FA chief executive Brian Barwick said: "I'm happy to confirm that the 2007 FA Cup final, sponsored by E.
I started refereeing when I was 15 and never thought back then that I'd be walking out at as the FA Cup final referee at Wembley Stadium one day.