2009–10 FA Youth Cup

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2009–10 FA Youth Cup
Teams 466
Champions Chelsea
Runners-up Aston Villa

The FA Youth Cup sponsored by E.ON 2009–10 was the 58th edition of the FA Youth Cup.

467 clubs were initially accepted, although there was one withdrawal, Worcester City 53 of the remaining 466 teams were new entries.

Holders Arsenal were knocked out in the fourth Round at home to Ipswich Town 0–2.

Chelsea won the competition by beating Aston Villa 3–2 on aggregate to win the competition for only their third time in their history and for the first time since 1961.

First round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Oldham Athletic 4 – 1 Stalybridge Celtic
2 Accrington Stanley 1 – 1(P8–9) Carlisle United
3 Darlington 1 – 2 Huddersfield Town
4 Maidstone United 3 – 5 Wycombe Wanderers
5 AFC Wimbledon 2 – 1 Sutton United
6 Malvern Town 0 – 1 Notts County
7 Bury Town 3 – 2 Walsall
8 Woking 3 – 1 Dagenham & Redbridge
9 Bishop's Stortford 7 – 1 Marlow
10 Ebbsfleet United 2 – 1 Brentford
11 Dulwich Hamlet 1 – 1(P2–4) Norwich City
12 Congleton Town 0 – 3 Rochdale
13 Carlton Town 2 – 1 Burton Albion
14 Atherstone Town 2 – 0 Highgate United
15 VT 2 – 3 Torquay United
16 Bradford City 3 – 1 Southport
17 Milton Keynes Dons 2 – 1 Dunstable Town
18 Barnet 0 – 4 Brighton & Hove Albion
19 Aldershot Town 0 – 4 Southampton
20 Histon 0 – 4 Cambridge United
Tie no Home team Score Away team
21 Tranmere Rovers 3 – 0 Farsley Celtic
22 St Albans City 1 – 0 Colchester United
23 Oxford United 5 – 2 Gloucester City
24 Macclesfield Town 2 – 0 Bury
25 Hartlepool United 3 – 1 Lincoln City
26 Grimsby Town 1 – 2 York City
27 Leeds United 0 – 1 Crewe Alexandra
28 Chester City 0 – 4 Morecambe
29 Rotherham United 3 – 3(P3–4) Stockport County
30 Charlton Athletic 3 – 0 Gillingham
31 Leyton Orient 2 – 1 Bromley
32 Millwall 3 – 1 Southend United
33 Bristol Rovers 1 – 3 AFC Bournemouth
34 Basingstoke Town 3 – 4 Hereford United
35 Swindon Town 6 – 0 Yeovil Town
36 Forest Green Rovers 1 – 2 Farnborough
37 Rushden & Diamonds 1 – 2 Northampton Town
38 Shrewsbury Town 2 – 1 Port Vale
39 Exeter City 0 – 4 Cheltenham Town
40 Chesterfield 4 – 1 Mansfield Town

Second round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Stockport County 2 – 0 Carlton Town
2 Huddersfield Town 5 – 0 Atherstone Town
3 Bradford City 1 – 2 Crewe Alexandra
4 Oldham Athletic 3 – 5 Rochdale
5 Brighton & Hove Albion 2 – 0 Ebbsfleet United
6 Northampton Town 2 – 1 Chesterfield
7 AFC Wimbledon 0 – 5 AFC Bournemouth
8 Torquay United 1 – 0 Norwich City
9 York City 1 – 2 Carlisle United
10 Tranmere Rovers 3 – 1 Cambridge United
Tie no Home team Score Away team
11 Southampton 6 – 0 Hereford United
12 Swindon Town 1 – 2 Leyton Orient
13 Charlton Athletic 3 – 1 Woking
14 Bury Town 1 – 1(P4–3) Macclesfield Town
15 St Albans City 2 – 2(P2–4) Wycombe Wanderers
16 Notts County 0 – 2 Hartlepool United
17 Millwall 1 – 0 Oxford United
18 Milton Keynes Dons 2 – 1 Bishop's Stortford
19 Shrewsbury Town 5 – 2 Morecambe
20 Cheltenham Town 3 – 2 Farnborough

Third round[edit]

The 20 Premier League and 24 Championship teams enter at this stage, along with the winners of the second round.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Bolton Wanderers 3 – 1 AFC Bournemouth
2 Torquay United 1 – 3 Millwall
3 Stockport County 0 – 3 Fulham
4 Arsenal 3 – 3(P5–4) Crewe Alexandra
5 Northampton Town 1 – 3 Brighton & Hove Albion
6 Charlton Athletic 1 – 2 Chelsea
7 Manchester United 2 – 0 Birmingham City
8 Derby County 6 – 1 Peterborough United
9 Wigan Athletic 0 – 1 Tottenham Hotspur
10 Cheltenham Town 1 – 2 Reading
11 Nottingham Forest 5 – 2 Bury Town
12 Crystal Palace 3 – 2 Bristol City
13 Plymouth Argyle 0 – 1 West Ham United
14 Portsmouth 1 – 0 Huddersfield Town
15 Aston Villa 4 – 0 Rochdale
16 Blackburn Rovers 3 – 0 Blackpool
Tie no Home team Score Away team
17 Middlesbrough 0 – 1 Everton
18 Scunthorpe United 1 – 4 Burnley
19 Sheffield Wednesday 2 – 7 Sunderland
20 Carlisle United 0 – 1 Stoke City
21 Queens Park Rangers 3 – 1 Southampton
22 Shrewsbury Town 1 – 2 Hull City
23 Milton Keynes Dons 1 – 3 Leyton Orient
24 Hartlepool United 2 – 1 Sheffield United
25 Doncaster Rovers 0 – 3 Newcastle United
26 Cardiff City 1 – 2 Barnsley
27 Swansea City 0 – 3 West Bromwich Albion
28 Preston North End 2 – 1 Manchester City
29 Coventry City 2 – 3 Leicester City
30 Liverpool 2 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
31 Watford 3 – 0 Wycombe Wanderers
32 Tranmere Rovers 0 – 2 Ipswich Town

Fourth round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Stoke City 1 - 2 Hull City
2 Crystal Palace 2 – 0 Derby County
3 Brighton & Hove Albion 0 – 2 Everton
4 Millwall 5 – 4(AET) Barnsley
5 Sunderland 2 – 2(P0–3) Preston North End
6 West Ham United 3 - 0 Queens Park Rangers
7 Hartlepool United 0 - 2 Watford
8 Bolton Wanderers 2 – 2(P3–5) Fulham
Tie no Home team Score Away team
9 Arsenal 0 - 2 Ipswich Town
10 Blackburn Rovers 1 – 0 Leyton Orient
11 West Bromwich Albion 0 – 2 Aston Villa
12 Reading 1 – 3 Newcastle United
13 Burnley 1 – 5 Manchester United
14 Leicester City 1 – 5 Liverpool
15 Nottingham Forest 0 – 4 Chelsea
16 Tottenham Hoptsur 0 – 1 Portsmouth

Fifth round[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Liverpool 0 – 1 Watford
2 Preston North End 0 – 3 Everton
3 West Ham United 0 – 3 Newcastle United
4 Ipswich Town 1 – 3 Fulham
5 Blackburn Rovers 3 – 0 Manchester United
6 Chelsea 1 – 0 Portsmouth
7 Hull City 1 – 4 Crystal Palace
8 Aston Villa 4 – 1 Millwall

Quarter-finals[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team Report
1 Watford 0 – 4 Chelsea Report
2 Newcastle United 4 – 2 Crystal Palace Report
3 Blackburn Rovers 2 – 1
(AET)
Everton Report
4 Fulham 2 – 2
(P1–3)
Aston Villa Report

Semi-finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Chelsea won 5–0 on aggregate.

Aston Villa won 2–1 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Route to the final[edit]

Chelsea Round Aston Villa
Charlton Athletic
A
2–1
Jeffrey Bruma Goal 27'
Marko Mitrović Goal 80'
Third round Rochdale
H
4–0
Gary Gardner Goal 18'31'69'
Ryan Simmonds Goal 59'
Nottingham Forest
A
4–0
Danny Mills Pappoe Goal 8'
Marko Mitrović Goal 74'88'
Conor Clifford Goal 83'
Fourth round West Bromwich Albion
A
2–0
Gary Gardner Goal 58'
Arsenio Halfhuid Goal 70'
Portsmouth
H
1–0
Conor Clifford Goal 10' 5th round Millwall
H
4–1
Ryan Simmonds Goal 41'
Arsenio Halfhuid Goal 44'45'80'
Watford
A
4–0
Aliu Djaló Goal 29'
Marko Mitrović Goal 45' (pen.)
Jeffrey Bruma Goal 60'
Josh McEachran Goal 85'
Sixth round Fulham
A
2– 2 (a.e.t.)
3–1(pen.)
Kofi Poyser Goal 55'
Daniel Devine Goal 120+2'

Ryan Simmonds Goal Kofi Poyser Goal Ellis Deeney Goal
Blackburn Rovers
A
1–0
Tom Hitchcock Goal 23' (o.g.) Semi-finals
First leg
Newcastle United
H
1–1
Kofi Poyser Goal 60'
Blackburn Rovers
H
4–0
(Agg 5–0)
Marko Mitrović Goal 30'
Jacopo Sala Goal 34'78'
Gökhan Töre Goal 70'
Second leg Newcastle United
A
1–0
(Agg 2–1)
Connor Taylor Goal 34'

First leg[edit]

29 April 2010
19:30 BST
Aston Villa 1 – 1 Chelsea
Devine Goal 19' Report Bruma Goal 64'
Villa Park, Birmingham
Attendance: 3,359
Referee: Kevin Friend
Aston Villa
Chelsea
Line-up:
GK 1 Switzerland Benjamin Siegrist
RB 2 England Durrell Berry
CB 3 Republic of Ireland Daniel Devine
CB 4 Republic of Ireland Derrick Williams
LB 5 England Ellis Deeney (c)
RM 6 England Ebby Nelson-Addy
CM 7 Wales Richard Blythe
LM 8 England Samir Carruthers
FW 9 England Ryan Simmonds Substituted off 82'
FW 10 Wales Tomos Roberts
CF 11 England Kofi Poyser Substituted off 79'
Substitutes:
CB 12 Netherlands Arsenio Halfhuid Substituted in 82'
GK 13 England Callum Barratt
CB 14 England James Clifton
CM 15 England Daniel Johnson
AM 16 England Darious Darkin Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Scotland Tony McAndrew
Line-up:
GK 1 England Sam Walker
RB 2 England Billy Clifford
CB 3 England Rohan Ince
CB 4 Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma
LB 5 England Aziz Deen-Conteh Substituted off 90'
CM 6 Republic of Ireland Conor Clifford (c) Substituted off 71'
RM 7 Italy Jacopo Sala
CM 8 Portugal Aliu Djaló
LM 9 Turkey Gökhan Töre
AM 10 England Josh McEachran
CF 11 Sweden Marko Mitrović
Substitutes:
RM 12 Slovakia Milan Lalkovič Substituted in 71'
GK 13 Albania Aldi Haxhia
CM 14 England George Saville
LB 15 England Ben Sampayo
LB 16 Republic of Ireland Anton Rodgers Substituted in 90'
Manager:
England Dermot Drummy

Second leg[edit]

4 May 2010
19:45 BST
Chelsea 2 – 1 Aston Villa
Mitrović Goal 64'
Clifford Goal 83'
Report Poyser Goal 33'
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 10,446
Referee: Kevin Friend
Chelsea
Aston Villa
Line-up:
GK 1 England Sam Walker
RB 2 England Billy Clifford
CB 3 England Rohan Ince
CB 4 Netherlands Jeffrey Bruma
LB 5 England Aziz Deen-Conteh
CM 6 Republic of Ireland Conor Clifford (c)
RM 7 Italy Jacopo Sala
CM 8 Portugal Aliu Djaló Substituted off 90'
LM 9 Turkey Gökhan Töre Substituted off 88'
AM 10 England Josh McEachran
CF 11 Sweden Marko Mitrović
Substitutes:
RM 12 Slovakia Milan Lalkovič Substituted in 88'
GK 13 Albania Aldi Haxhia
CM 14 England George Saville Substituted in 90'
LB 15 England Ben Sampayo
LB 16 Republic of Ireland Anton Rodgers
Manager:
England Dermot Drummy
Line-up:
GK 1 Switzerland Benjamin Siegrist
RB 2 England Durrell Berry
CB 3 Republic of Ireland Daniel Devine
CB 4 Republic of Ireland Derrick Williams Substituted off 72'
LB 5 England Ellis Deeney (c)
RM 6 England Ebby Nelson-Addy
CM 7 Wales Richard Blythe Substituted off 89'
LM 8 England Samir Carruthers
FW 9 England Ryan Simmonds
FW 10 Wales Tomos Roberts
CF 11 England Kofi Poyser
Substitutes:
CB 12 Netherlands Arsenio Halfhuid Substituted in 89'
GK 13 England Callum Barratt
CM 14 England Jack Dyer
CM 15 England Daniel Johnson
AM 16 England Darious Darkin Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Scotland Tony McAndrew

Chelsea won 3 – 2 on aggregate

FA Youth Cup
2009–10 winners
Chelsea
3rd title

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