1898 FA Cup Final

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Nottingham Forest F.A. Cup Final team 1898 Back Row L-R – H Hallam (Secretary), Frank Forman, Archie Ritchie, Dan Allsop, John McPherson, William Wragg, Adam Scott, G Bee (Trainer). Front Row L-R – Tom McInnes, Charlie Richards, Len Benbow, Arthur Capes, Billy Spouncer. Forest were photographed before the game wearing Derby's kit, as this gave a better contrast in the black and white photograph

The 1898 FA Cup Final was contested by Nottingham Forest and Derby County at Crystal Palace. Forest won 3–1, with goals from Arthur Capes (2) and John McPherson. Steve Bloomer scored for Derby. Numbered seats in the pavilion were 10s. 6d. Numbered seats in the covered stands were 5s.

Summary[edit]

Forest went ahead early after a goal from Capes, but Bloomer scored an equalizer with a header. The turning point was near the midway point. Richards tried to lob from a Mcinnes cross, but Fryer was easily first to it. The custodian, however, dropped the ball at the feet of Capes, who turned it in to the empty net. Forest lost a player with an injury, but McPherson killed off the contest.

Match details[edit]

16 April 1898
15:30 GMT
Nottingham Forest 3–1 Derby County
Capes Goal 19' Goal 42'
McPherson Goal 86'
[1] Bloomer Goal 31'
Crystal Palace, London
Attendance: 62,017[2]
Referee: J. Lewis
Nottingham Forest
Derby County [3]
Dan Allsop
Archie Ritchie
Adam Scott
Frank Forman (c)
John McPherson
Willie Wragg
Tom McInnes
Charlie Richards
Len Benbow
Arthur Capes
Alf Spouncer
Secretary-Manager:
Harry Haslam
Jack Fryer
Jimmy Methven
Joe Leiper
John D. Cox
Archie Goodall
James Turner
John Goodall
Steve Bloomer
John Boag
Jimmy Stevenson
Hugh McQueen
Manager:
Harry Newbould

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