1964–65 Football League Cup

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The 1964–65 Football League Cup was the fifth season of the Football League Cup, a knockout competition for England's top 92 football clubs. The competition ended with the two-legged final on 15 May and 5 April 1965.

1964–65 League Cup
Country England &  Wales
Teams 82
Champions Chelsea
Runners-up Leicester City

Match dates and results were initially drawn from Soccerbase,[1] and they were later checked against Rothmans Football Yearbook 1970–71.[2]

First round[edit]

Ties[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Barnsley 2–1 Lincoln City 2 September 1964
Bradford City 2–0 York City 2 September 1964
Brentford 0–2 Southend United 2 September 1964
Brighton & Hove Albion 2–2 Millwall 2 September 1964
Chester 3–0 Wrexham 2 September 1964
Chesterfield 3–0 Hartlepools United 2 September 1964
Colchester United 1–1 Torquay United 2 September 1964
Doncaster Rovers 1–0 Bradford Park Avenue 2 September 1964
Exeter City 2–0 Gillingham 2 September 1964
Halifax Town 1–3 Darlington 2 September 1964
Notts County 3–2 Newport County 2 September 1964
Port Vale 0–1 Luton Town 7 September 1964
Queens Park Rangers 5–2 Aldershot 2 September 1964
Southport 0–0 Carlisle United 2 September 1964
Stockport County 1–3 Rochdale 2 September 1964
Tranmere Rovers 2–0 Crewe Alexandra 2 September 1964
Walsall 1–1 Oxford United 2 September 1964
Workington 9–1 Barrow 2 September 1964

Replays[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Carlisle United 1–0 Southport 14 September 1964
Millwall 1–0 Brighton & Hove Albion 9 September 1964
Oxford United 6–1 Walsall 7 September 1964
Torquay United 3–0 Colchester United 10 September 1964

Second round[edit]

Ties[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Birmingham City 0–3 Chelsea 23 September 1964
Blackpool 3–0 Newcastle United 23 September 1964
Bolton Wanderers 1–5 Blackburn Rovers 23 September 1964
Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic 0–2 Northampton Town 23 September 1964
Bristol Rovers 0–2 Chesterfield 22 September 1964
Bury 1–0 Darlington 23 September 1964
Carlisle United 4–1 Bristol City 23 September 1964
Charlton Athletic 2–1 Middlesbrough 23 September 1964
Chester 5–4 Derby County 23 September 1964
Coventry City 4–1 Ipswich Town 23 September 1964
Doncaster Rovers 1–0 Preston North End 23 September 1964
Exeter City 3–5 Bradford City 23 September 1964
Fulham 2–0 Oxford United 23 September 1964
Grimsby Town 3–1 Oldham Athletic 23 September 1964
Hull City 0–0 Southend United 22 September 1964
Leeds United 3–2 Huddersfield Town 23 September 1964
Leicester City 0–0 Peterborough United 23 September 1964
Leyton Orient 3–0 Barnsley 23 September 1964
Luton Town 0–1 Aston Villa 23 September 1964
Manchester City 3–5 Mansfield Town 23 September 1964
Millwall 1–2 Norwich City 23 September 1964
Plymouth Argyle 2–1 Sheffield United 23 September 1964
Reading 4–0 Queens Park Rangers 23 September 1964
Rotherham United 2–0 Rochdale 23 September 1964
Scunthorpe United 0–1 Workington 23 September 1964
Southampton 3–2 Cardiff City 23 September 1964
Stoke City 1–1 Shrewsbury Town 23 September 1964
Sunderland 4–1 West Ham United 30 September 1964
Swansea Town 3–1 Swindon Town 23 September 1964
Torquay United 1–2 Notts County 23 September 1964
Tranmere Rovers 0–2 Crystal Palace 23 September 1964
Watford 2–2 Portsmouth 22 September 1964

Replays[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Peterborough United 0–2 Leicester City 8 October 1964
Portsmouth 2–1 Watford 12 October 1964
Shrewsbury Town 0–1 Stoke City 29 September 1964
Southend United 3–1 Hull City 28 September 1964

Third round[edit]

Ties[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Bury 0–1 Plymouth Argyle 14 October 1964
Charlton Athletic 2–1 Leyton Orient 14 October 1964
Chelsea 4–0 Notts County 26 October 1964
Chesterfield 3–1 Carlisle United 14 October 1964
Coventry City 3–2 Mansfield Town 14 October 1964
Crystal Palace 2–0 Southampton 26 October 1964
Doncaster Rovers 2–3 Bradford City 14 October 1964
Grimsby Town 0–5 Leicester City 19 October 1964
Leeds United 2–3 Aston Villa 14 October 1964
Northampton Town 2–1 Portsmouth 20 October 1964
Norwich City 5–3 Chester 21 October 1964
Reading 1–1 Fulham 14 October 1964
Rotherham United 2–2 Swansea Town 14 October 1964
Stoke City 3–1 Southend United 14 October 1964
Sunderland 4–1 Blackpool 26 October 1964
Workington 0–0 Blackburn Rovers 14 October 1964

Replays[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Blackburn Rovers 1–5 Workington 22 October 1964
Fulham 1–3 Reading 19 October 1964
Swansea Town 2–0 Rotherham United 28 October 1964

Fourth round[edit]

Ties[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aston Villa 3–1 Reading 4 November 1964
Charlton Athletic 0–1 Bradford City 4 November 1964
Chelsea 3–2 Swansea Town 11 November 1964
Coventry City 4–2 Sunderland 10 November 1964
Leicester City 0–0 Crystal Palace 4 November 1964
Northampton Town 4–1 Chesterfield 4 November 1964
Stoke City 1–1 Plymouth Argyle 4 November 1964
Workington 3–0 Norwich City 4 November 1964

Replays[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Crystal Palace 1–2 Leicester City 11 November 1964
Plymouth Argyle 3–1 Stoke City 11 November 1964

Fifth Round[edit]

Ties[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aston Villa 7–1 Bradford City 23 November 1964
Coventry City 1–8 Leicester City 1 December 1964
Plymouth Argyle 1–0 Northampton Town 25 November 1964
Workington 2–2 Chelsea 25 November 1964

Replay[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Chelsea 2–0 Workington 16 December 1964

Semi–Finals[edit]

First Leg[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Aston Villa 2–3 Chelsea 20 January 1965
Leicester City 3–2 Plymouth Argyle 20 January 1965

Second Leg[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date Agg
Chelsea 1–1 Aston Villa 10 February 1965 4–3
Plymouth Argyle 0–1 Leicester City 10 February 1965 2–4

Final[edit]

15 March 1965
Chelsea 3–2 Leicester City
McCreadie Goal
Tambling Goal
Venables Goal
Summary Goal Appleton
Goal Goodfellow
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 20,690
5 April 1965
Leicester City 0–0 Chelsea
Summary
Filbert Street, Leicester
Attendance: 26,957


Chelsea win 3–2 on aggregate.

References[edit]

General[edit]

Specific[edit]

  1. ^ "Results". Archived from the original on 13 March 2010. Retrieved 13 March 2010. 
  2. ^ Rothmans Football Yearbook 1970–71, p. 607.