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1925 FA Cup Final

1925 FA Cup Final
Event 1924–25 FA Cup
Date 25 April 1925
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
Referee G. N. Watson
Attendance 91,763

The 1925 FA Cup Final was contested by Sheffield United and Cardiff City at Wembley Stadium. Sheffield United won by a single goal, scored by Fred Tunstall.

This was the first time a team from outside England had played in an FA Cup Final since Queens Park of Glasgow in 1885.

Match details

25 April 1925
15:00 BST
Sheffield United 1–0 Cardiff City
Tunstall Goal 30'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 91,763
Referee: G. N. Watson
Sheffield United
Cardiff City
GK Charles Sutcliffe
DF Billy Cook
DF Ernest Milton
MF Harry Pantling
MF Seth King
MF George Green
FW David Mercer
FW Tommy Boyle
FW Harry Johnson
FR Billy Gillespie (c)
FL Fred Tunstall
Manager:
John Nicholson
GK Tom Farquharson
DF James Nelson
DF Jimmy Blair
DF Harry Wake
MF Fred Keenor (c)
MF Billy Hardy
MF Willie Davies
FW Jimmy Gill
FW Joe Nicholson
FR Harry Beadles
FL Jack Evans
Manager:
Fred Stewart

External links

  • Match report at www.fa-cupfinals.co.uk
  • FA Cup Final lineups
  • FA Cup Final kits


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