1999 (December 22) Newcastle United 6 -Tottenham 1 (English FA Cup)- Third Round
2004 (February 29) Middlesbrough 2 -Bolton Wanderers 1 (English League Cup)- Final
2001 (May 12) Liverpool 2 -Arsenal 1 (English FA Cup)- Final
2003 (May 17) Arsenal 1 -Southampton 0 (English FA Cup)- Final
1985 (May 18) Manchester United 1 -Everton 0 (English FA Cup)- Final
The 1873 FA Cup final was a football match between Wanderers and Oxford University on 29 March 1873 at Lillie Bridge in London. It was the second final of the world's oldest football competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup. Unusually, the final was held in the morning, so as to avoid a clash with the annual Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race which was held on the same day. Wanderers reached the final without playing a match, as the original rules of the competition stated that the holders would receive a bye straight to the final and other teams would compete to gain the other place in the final and challenge the holders for the trophy. Oxford reached the final when their semi-final opponents, Queen's Park, dropped out of the competition
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