FA Youth Cup Finals of the 1980s

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FA Youth Cup Finals from 1980 to 1989.

The 1980s[edit]

1988/89: Watford v. Manchester City (0-1 and 2-0 aet, 2-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Watford
No. Position Player
1 England GK David James
2 England DF Paul Towler
3 England DF Jason Drysdale
4 England MF Jonathan Price
5 England DF Jason Soloman
6 England DF Barry Ashby
7 England DF David Evans
8 England FW Andrew Gunn
9 England FW Warren Bennett
10 England MF Dominic Naylor
11 England MF Jim Meara
Sub England DF Adrian Fuller
Sub England MF Rod Thomas
Manchester City
No. Position Player
1 Wales GK Martyn Margetson
2 Northern Ireland DF Neil Lennon
3 England DF John Willis
4 Wales DF Mark Peters
5 Northern Ireland DF Gerry Taggart
6 England MF Mike Quigley
7 England MF Ian Thompstone
8 England FW Ashley Ward
9 England FW Jason Hasford
10 Northern Ireland MF Michael Hughes
11 England MF Michael Wallace
Sub England FW Mike Sheron
Sub England MF Colin Small

1987/88: Arsenal v. Doncaster Rovers (5-0 and 1-1, 6-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Arsenal
No. Position Player
1 England GK Alan Miller
2 England DF Lee Francis
3 Scotland DF Jim Carstairs
4 England MF David Hillier (Capt.)
5 England DF Al Hannigan
6 Northern Ireland DF Steve Morrow
7 England MF Neil Heaney
8 England FW Francis Cagigao
9 England FW Kevin Campbell
10 England DF Steve Ball
11 England MF Gary McKeown
Sub England MF Ray Lee
Sub Republic of Ireland DF Pat Scully
Doncaster Rovers
No. Position Player
1 England GK Lee Lamont
2 England DF Mark Hall
3 England DF Rufus Brevett
4 England DF Steve Raffell
5 England DF Paul Raven
6 England MF David Snowball
7 England MF Andy Peckett
8 England MF Mark Rankine
9 England FW Neil Morris
10 England FW Andy Winship
11 England MF Steven Gaughan
Sub England MF Lee Slingsby
Sub Scotland FW Robbie Stewart

1986/87: Coventry v. Charlton (1-1 and 1-0, 2-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Coventry City
No. Position Player
England GK Paul Bastock
England DF Tony Dobson
England MF Michael Cook
England Anthony Smith
England Robert Smith
Charlton Athletic
No. Position Player
1 England GK Nathan Amato
2 England DF Paul Bacon
3 England DF Scott Minto
4 England DF Darren Pitcher
5 England DF Geoff Thomas
6 England MF Peter Evans
7 England MF Paul Murray
8 England MF Michael Bennett
9 England FW Carl Leaburn
10 England FW Ronnie Mauge
11 England MF Steve Thurlow

1985/86: Manchester City v. Manchester United (1-1 and 2-0, 3-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Maine Road, 29h April 1986
Manchester City - Manchester United 2-0 (1-0)
1-0 02 min. David Boyd
2-0 86 min. Paul Moulden
Attendance: 18.158

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Steve Crompton
2 England DF Steve Mills
3 England DF Andy Hinchcliffe
4 England DF Ian Brightwell
5 England DF Steve Redmond (Capt.)
6 England MF Andy Thackeray
7 England MF David White
8 England FW Paul Moulden
9 England MF Paul Lake
10 England MF Ian Scott
11 England FW David Boyd
Sub England DF John Bookbinder (not used)
Manager England Tony Book
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gary Walsh
2 England DF Tony Gill
3 England DF Lee Martin
4 England DF Ian Scott
5 England DF Steve Gardner (Capt.)
6 England DF Paul Harvey
7 Republic of Ireland MF Aidan Murphy
8 Northern Ireland MF Mark Todd
9 England FW Dennis Cronin
10 England FW Jon Bottomley Substituted off
11 England MF Karl Goddard
Sub England FW Tony Hopley Substituted in
Manager England Eric Harrison

First leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 24h April 1986
Manchester United - Manchester City 1-1 (0-0)
1-0 49 min. Aidan Murphy
1-1 82 min. Paul Lake (pen.)
Attendance: 7.602

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gary Walsh
2 England DF Tony Gill
3 England DF Lee Martin
4 England DF Ian Scott
5 England DF Steve Gardner (Capt.)
6 England DF Jon Bottomley
7 Republic of Ireland MF Aidan Murphy Red card 69'
8 Northern Ireland MF Mark Todd
9 England FW Dennis Cronin
10 England FW David Wilson Substituted off
11 England MF Paul Harvey
Sub England FW Tony Hopley Substituted in
Manager England Eric Harrison
Manchester City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Steve Crompton
2 England DF Steve Mills
3 England DF Andy Hinchcliffe
4 England DF Ian Brightwell
5 England DF Steve Redmond (Capt.)
6 England MF Andy Thackeray Red card 69'
7 England MF David White
8 England FW Paul Moulden
9 England MF Paul Lake
10 England MF Ian Scott
11 England FW David Boyd
Sub England DF Steve Macauley (not used)
Manager England Tony Book

1984/85: Newcastle United v. Watford (0-0 and 4-1, 4-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Newcastle won the cup with a 4-1 second leg victory over Watford after the first leg ended in a goalless draw. Midfielder Paul Gascoigne scored a spectacular goal from 30 yards for the winners. Within five years, Gascoigne was a world class player for Tottenham Hotspur and England, having been transferred from Newcastle in 1988 for £2million. Newcastle's assistant manager Maurice Setters said "You'll have to wait a thousand years to see that again" in reference to Gascoigne's goal in this game.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Newcastle United
No. Position Player
Republic of Ireland GK Gary Kelly
England DF Kevin Scott
England DF Jeff Wrightson
England DF Brian Tinnion
England MF Paul Gascoigne
England MF Ian Bogie
England MF Paul Stephenson
England FW Joe Allon
Watford
No. Position Player

1983/84: Everton v. Stoke City (2-2 and 2-0, 4-2 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Everton
No. Position Player
England DF Darren Hughes
England DF Ian Marshall
Stoke City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Richard Dawson
2 England DF Terry Williams
3 England DF Chris Hemming
4 Republic of Ireland DF Aaron Callaghan
5 England DF Neil Howells
6 England MF Steve Parkin
7 England MF Neil Mountford
8 Republic of Ireland MF Kenny O'Neill
9 England FW Jon Chapman
10 England FW Dave Sutton
11 England FW Roger Johns
SUB England FW Graham Shaw

1982/83: Norwich City v. Everton (3-2, 2-3 and 1-0 aet, 6-5 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Norwich City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Andy Pearce
2 England DF Daryl Godbold
3 England DF Tony Spearing
4 England DF Mark Crowe
5 Scotland DF Brendan McIntyre
6 Wales MF Jeremy Goss
7 England MF Louie Donowa
8 England FW Jon Rigby
9 England FW Paul Clayton
10 England MF Mark Metcalf
11 England MF Neil Riley
sub Scotland MF Austin O'Connor
Everton
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ken Hughes
2 England DF Steve Jones
3 England DF Darren Hughes
4 England DF Steve Bateman
5 England DF Ian Marshall
6 England MF Ian Bishop
7 England MF Jimmy Coyle
8 England FW Ian Macowat
9 England MF Mark Farrington
10 England MF Stuart Rimmer
11 England FW Robbie Wakenshaw
Sub England Hood
Sub England MF John Morrissey
Sub England DF Steve Ashcroft

1981/82: Watford v. Manchester United (3-2 and 4-4 aet, 7-6 Aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Vicarage Road, 6 May 1982
Watford - Manchester United 4-4 aet 2-3 (2-1)
1-0 10 min. Billy Garton (own goal)
1-1 30 min. Mark Hughes
2-1 35 min. David Johnson
2-2 48 min. Mark Dempsey
2-3 77 min. Mark Hughes
3-3 92 min. Andy Hill (own goal)
3-4 100 min. Norman Whiteside
4-4 103 min. Jimmy Gilligan
Attendance: 8.160

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Watford
No. Position Player
1 England GK Michael Potts
2 England DF Nigel Gibbs
3 England DF Neil Price
4 England MF Neil Williams
5 England DF Colin Hull (Capt.)
6 England DF Paul Frankling
7 England MF Worrell Sterling
8 England MF Tarquin de Meza
9 England FW Jimmy Gilligan
10 England FW Francis Cassidy
11 England MF David Johnson
sub England MF Gary Porter (not used)
Manager England Tom Walley
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 Northern Ireland GK Phil Hughes
2 England DF Andy Hill
3 England DF Ken Scott
4 Scotland DF Graeme Hogg (Capt.)
5 England DF Billy Garton
6 Wales MF Sean Williams Substituted off
7 England MF Clayton Blackmore
8 England MF Mark Dempsey
9 Northern Ireland FW Norman Whiteside
10 Wales FW Mark Hughes
11 Scotland MF Peter Docherty
Sub England FW Nicky Wood Substituted in
Manager England Eric Harrison

First leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 26 April 1982
Manchester United - Watford 2-3 (1-1)
0-1 34 min. Neil Williams
1-1 44 min. Mark Dempsey
1-2 58 min. Jimmy Gilligan
1-3 77 min. Worrall Sterling
2-3 86 min. Clayton Blackmore
Attendance: 7.280

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 Northern Ireland GK Phil Hughes
2 England DF Andy Hill
3 England DF Ken Scott
4 Scotland DF Graeme Hogg (Capt.)
5 England DF Billy Garton
6 Wales MF Clayton Blackmore
7 England MF Lawrence Pearson Substituted off
8 England MF Mark Dempsey
9 Northern Ireland FW Norman Whiteside
10 Wales FW Mark Hughes
11 Scotland MF Peter Docherty
Sub England FW Nicky Wood Substituted in
Manager England Eric Harrison
Watford
No. Position Player
1 England GK Michael Potts
2 England DF Nigel Gibbs
3 England DF Neil Price
4 England MF Neil Williams
5 England DF Colin Hull (Capt.)
6 England DF Paul Frankling
7 England MF Worrell Sterling
8 England MF Tarquin de Meza
9 England FW Jimmy Gilligan
10 England FW Francis Cassidy
11 England MF David Johnson
sub England MF Gary Porter (not used)
Manager England Tom Walley

1980/81: West Ham United v. Tottenham Hotspur (2-0 and 0-1, 2-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

West Ham United
No. Position Player
1 England GK John Vaughan
2 England DF Adrian Keith
3 England MF Everald La Ronde (Capt.)
4 England MF Wayne Reader
5 England DF Chris Ampofo
6 England DF Keith McPherson
7 England MF Bobby Barnes
8 England MF Paul Allen
9 England MF Steve Milton
10 England FW Glenn Burvill
11 England FW Mark Schiavi
Sub England MF Alan Dickens
Tottenham Hotspur
No. Position Player
1 England GK Tony Parks
2 England DF Allan Cockram (first leg Mark Entwistle)
3 England DF Pat Corbett
4 England DF Simon Webster
5 England DF Kenny Dixon
6 England MF John Cooper
7 England MF Steve Cox
8 England MF Ian Crook
9 England FW Terry Gibson
10 England FW Jimmy Bolton Substituted off
11 Wales MF Mark Bowen
Sub England MF Paul Wilkins Substituted in (first leg unused)

1979/80: Aston Villa v. Manchester City (3-1 and 0-1, 3-2 Aggregate)[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Aston Villa
No. Position Player
1 England GK Mark Kendall
2 England DF Noel Blake
3 England DF Duncan Heath
4 England DF Mark Jones
5 England DF David Mail
6 England DF Andy Taylor
7 England MF Paul Birch
8 England MF Robert Hopkins
9 England MF Mark Hutchinson
10 England MF Ray Walker
11 England MF Mark Walters
England FW Trevor Ames
Wales FW Tony Rees
Manchester City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Alex Williams
2 England DF Andy May
3 England DF Dick Cunningham
4 England DF Gary Bennett
5 England DF Tommy Caton
6 England MF Ross McGinn
7 England MF Keith Parkinson
8 England MF Steve MacKenzie
9 Wales MF Gary Bees
10 England FW Steve Kinsey
11 England FW Clive Wilson

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stewart, Rob (14 February 2008). "The life and times of Paul Gascoigne". London: Telegraph. Retrieved 29 October 2011.