2000–01 Football League Trophy

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2000–01 Football League Trophy
Country  England
 Wales
Teams 56
Champions Port Vale
Runners-up Brentford
Matches played 57

The Football League Trophy 2000–01, known as the LDV Vans Trophy 2000–01 for sponsorship reasons, was the 17th staging of the Football League Trophy, a knock-out competition for English football clubs in Second and Third Division. The winners were Port Vale and the runners-up were Brentford.

The competition began on 28 November 2000 and ended with the final on 22 April 2001 at the Millennium Stadium.

In the first round, there were two sections: North and South. In the following rounds each section gradually eliminates teams in knock-out fashion until each has a winning finalist. At this point, the two winning finalists face each other in the combined final for the honour of the trophy. In addition to the 48 league teams, 8 Conference teams were also invited.

First round[edit]

Blackpool, Macclesfield Town, Shrewsbury Town and Walsall from the North section all received byes.

Leyton Orient, Reading, Swansea City and Swindon from the South section all received byes.

Second round[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Area semi-finals[edit]

Area finals[edit]

Northern Area final[edit]


Southern Area final[edit]


Final[edit]

2001-04-22
15:00 BST
Port Vale 2 – 1 Brentford
Bridge-Wilkinson Goal 76' (pen.)
Brooker Goal 83'
(Report) Dobson Goal 3'
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 25,654
Referee: William Burns
Port Vale
Brentford
PORT VALE:
GK 1 England Mark Goodlad
DF 2 England Matt Carragher (c)
DF 6 England Sagi Burton
DF 5 England Michael Walsh
DF 19 England Alex Smith
MF 8 Republic of Ireland Micky Cummins
MF 25 England Steve Brooker
MF 15 England Marc Bridge-Wilkinson
MF 17 England Neil Brisco
MF 4 England Dave Brammer Booked
FW 10 England Tony Naylor
Substitutes:
GK 12 Republic of Ireland Dean Delany
DF 3 England Allen Tankard
DF 11 England Tommy Widdrington
MF 23 England Michael Twiss
FW 9 Finland Ville Viljanen
Manager:
England Brian Horton
BRENTFORD:
GK 17 Iceland Ólafur Gottskálksson
DF 5 England Darren Powell Booked
DF 23 England David Theobald Booked
DF 19 England Paul Gibbs
DF 25 England Michael Dobson
DF 15 Iceland Ívar Ingimarsson
MF 8 England Gavin Mahon
MF 12 England Martin Rowlands
MF 7 Wales Paul Evans (c)
FW 9 Ghana Lloyd Owusu
FW 10 England Scott Partridge
Substitute:
GK 31 England Paul Smith
DF 32 England Jay Lovett
MF 14 Republic of Ireland Tony Folan
MF 26 England Mark Williams Substituted in 88'
FW 29 Barbados Mark McCammon Substituted in 89'
Manager:
England Ray Lewington

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i after extra time

External links[edit]