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1891 FA Cup Final

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1891 FA Cup Final

1891 FA Cup Final
Event 1890–91 FA Cup
Date 21 March 1891
Venue Kennington Oval, London
Referee C. J. Hughes
Attendance 23,000

The 1891 FA Cup Final was contested by Blackburn Rovers and Notts County at the Kennington Oval. Blackburn won 3–1, their second consecutive FA Cup Final victory, with goals by Geordie Dewar, Jack Southworth and William Townley. James Oswald scored Notts County's goal.

The Final


Blackburn Rovers 3 (Dewar, Southworth & Townley)
GK Rowland Pennington
DF Tom Brandon
DF John Forbes
MF John Barton
MF Geordie Dewar Goal
MF Jimmy Forrest
FW Joe Lofthouse
FW Nat Walton
FW Jack Southworth Goal
FW Coombe Hall
FW William Townley Goal
Notts County 1 (Oswald)
GK James Thraves
DF Sandy Ferguson
DF Jack Hendry
MF Archie Osborne
MF David Calderhead
MF Alf Shelton
FW Andrew McGregor
FW Tom McInnes
FW James Oswald Goal
FW William Locker
FW Harry Daft
  • Played 21 March 1891
  • Attendance: 23,000
  • Referee: C. J. Hughes


  • Line-ups
  • Match report at
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