FA Youth Cup Finals of the 1990s

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FA Youth Cup Finals from 1990 to 1999.

The 1990s[edit]

1998/99: West Ham United v. Coventry (3-0 and 6-0, 9-0 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 Stephen Bywater
2 Saint Kitts and Nevis DF Adam Newton
3 England DF Sam Taylor
4 England DF Terrell Forbes
5 England DF Izzy Iriekpen
6 England DF Stevland Angus
7 England MF Michael Carrick
8 England MF Joe Cole
9 Australia FW Richard Garcia
10 England FW Bertie Brayley
11 England DF Anwar Uddin
Sub England MF Louis Riddle
Sub England Ashley Cooper
Sub England Stephen Omonua
Coventry City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Chris Kirkland
2 Republic of Ireland DF Gerard Mooney
3 England DF David Lewis
4 England MF Robert Betts
5 England DF Mark Burrows
6 England DF Thomas Cudworth
7 England MF Mark Graham
8 England MF Craig Pead
9 England FW Chukki Eribenne
10 England FW Gary McSheffrey
11 Scotland FW Stephen McPhee
Sub England DF Calum Davenport
Sub Scotland MF Craig Strachan
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Daire Doyle
Sub England Martin Grant

1997/98: Everton v. Blackburn (3-1 and 2-2, 5-3 Aggregate)[edit]

First leg[edit]

1 May 1998
Blackburn Rovers 1 – 3 Everton
Taylor Goal 21' Jevons Goal 10'
Cadamarteri Goal 44'
Osman Goal 84'
Ewood Park, Blackburn
Attendance: 9,280
Referee: Neale Barry

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

Blackburn Rovers
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gareth Stewart
2 England DF Leam Richardson
3 Republic of Ireland DF Peter Murphy
4 England MF Andy McAvoy
5 England DF Martin Taylor
6 England DF Keith Brown
7 Northern Ireland MF Garth Scates
8 England MF David Dunn
9 Northern Ireland FW Jonathan Topley Substituted off 74'
10 Northern Ireland FW Gary Hamilton
11 Republic of Ireland MF Ciarán Ryan Substituted off 71'
Sub England MF Ryan Baldacchino Substituted in 71'
Sub Northern Ireland MF Darren Dunning
Sub England Craig Woodfield Substituted in 74'
Everton
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Dean Delaney
2 England DF Carl Regan
3 England DF Adam Eaton
4 England MF Edward O'Brien Substituted off 82'
5 England DF Adam Farley
6 Republic of Ireland DF Richard Dunne
7 England MF David Poppleton
8 England MF Leon Osman
9 England FW Danny Cadamarteri
10 England FW Phil Jevons Substituted off 72'
11 England MF Jamie Milligan
Sub England DF Tony Hibbert Substituted in 82'
Sub England FW Francis Jeffers Substituted in 72'
Sub England FW David Knowles

Second leg[edit]

7 May 1998
Everton 2 – 2 Blackburn Rovers
Jeffers Goal 2'
Eaton Goal 69'
Hamilton Goal 52'
Hawe Goal 83'
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Attendance: 15,258
Referee: Neale Barry

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

Everton
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Dean Delaney
2 England DF Carl Regan
3 England DF Adam Eaton
4 England MF Edward O'Brien
5 England DF Adam Farley
6 Republic of Ireland DF Richard Dunne
7 England MF David Poppleton
8 England FW Francis Jeffers Substituted off 85'
9 England FW Danny Cadamarteri
10 England FW Phil Jevons
11 England MF Jamie Milligan
Sub England DF Tony Hibbert Substituted in 85'
Sub England MF Kevin McLeod
Sub England FW David Knowles
Blackburn Rovers
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gareth Stewart
2 England DF Leam Richardson
3 Republic of Ireland DF Peter Murphy
4 England MF Andy McAvoy
5 England DF Martin Taylor
6 England DF Keith Brown Substituted off 71'
7 Northern Ireland MF Garth Scates
8 England MF David Dunn
9 Northern Ireland FW Jonathan Topley Substituted off 82'
10 Northern Ireland FW Gary Hamilton
11 England MF Ryan Baldacchino Substituted off 66'
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Ciarán Ryan Substituted in 66'
Sub Northern Ireland MF Patrick Connolly Substituted in 82'
Sub Northern Ireland DF Steven Hawe Substituted in 71'

1996/97: Leeds United v. Crystal Palace (2-1 and 1-0, 3-1 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Leeds United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Paul Robinson
2 Republic of Ireland DF Alan Maybury
3 England DF Jonathan Woodgate
4 Republic of Ireland DF Damien Lynch
5 Australia MF Harry Kewell
6 England DF Kevin Dixon
7 Norway MF Tommy Knarvik
8 Republic of Ireland MF Stephen McPhail
9 Northern Ireland MF Wesley Boyle
10 Wales MF Matthew Jones
11 England FW Lee Matthews
Sub England MF Stuart Gore
Sub England FW Alan Smith
Crystal Palace
No. Position Player
1 South Africa GK Gareth Ormshaw
2 England DF James Hibbert
3 England DF Hayden Mullins
4 England DF David Woozley
5 England DF Anthony Folan
6 Northern Ireland MF Wayne Carlisle
7 Republic of Ireland MF Richard Kennedy
8 England MF David Stevens
11 Northern Ireland MF Gareth Graham
9 Wales FW Andrew Martin
10 Republic of Ireland FW Clinton Morrison
Sub England MF Richard Harris
Sub England FW Paul Sears

1995/96: Liverpool v. West Ham United (2-0 and 2-1, 4-1 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Liverpool
No. Position Player
1 England GK Roy Naylor
2 England DF Lee Prior
3 England DF Phil Brazier
4 England DF Jamie Carragher
5 Wales DF Gareth Roberts
6 England MF Stuart Quinn
7 England MF David Thompson
8 England MF Mark Quinn
9 England MF Jamie Cassidy
10 England FW Jon Newby
11 England FW Andy Parkinson
Sub England GK Ian Dunbavin
Sub England DF Eddie Turkington
Sub England DF Paul Proctor
Sub FW D Mane
Sub England FW Michael Owen
West Ham Utd
No. Position Player
1 England GK Neil Finn
2 Australia DF Chris Coyne
3 England DF Rio Ferdinand
4 Wales DF David Partridge
5 England DF Jason Moore
6 Nigeria MF Emmanuel Omoyinmi
7 England MF Frank Lampard
8 England MF Anthony McFarlane
9 England MF Joe Keith
10 England FW Lee Boylan
11 England MF Lee Hodges
Sub England GK Alex O'Reilly
Sub England DF Justin Bowen
Sub England MF Lee Goodwin
Sub England MF Chris Sains

1994/95: Manchester United v. Tottenham Hotspur (1-2 and 1-0, 2-2 Aggregate, 4-3 Penalty shootout)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 15 May 1995
Manchester United - Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 aet 1-0 (0-0)
1-0 89 min. Terry Cooke
Attendance: 20.190

Penalty shootout 4-3
Penalty scored 0-1 Neale Fenn
Penalty missed 0-1 Phil Neville
Penalty missed 0-1 Simon Spencer
Penalty scored 1-1 Neil Mustoe
Penalty scored 1-2 Garry Brady
Penalty scored 2-2 Ronnie Wallwork
Penalty missed 2-2 Stephen Carr
Penalty scored 3-2 Desmond Baker
Penalty scored 3-3 Kevin Maher
Penalty scored 4-3 Terry Cooke

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 Paul Gibson
2 England DF Phil Neville (Capt.)
3 England DF Ronnie Wallwork
4 England DF Ashley Westwood
5 England DF Michael Clegg
6 England MF Daniel Hall Substituted off 67'
7 England MF Neil Mustoe
8 Jamaica FW David Johnson
9 Republic of Ireland FW Desmond Baker
10 England MF Terry Cooke
11 Northern Ireland MF Phil Mulryne Substituted off 72'
Sub England DF David Hilton Substituted in 72'
Sub England GK Heath Maxon
Sub England FW David Gardner Substituted in 67'
Manager England Eric Harrison
Tottenham Hotspur
No. Position Player
1 England GK Simon Brown
2 Republic of Ireland DF Stephen Carr
3 Republic of Ireland DF Ross Darcy
4 Republic of Ireland DF Kevin Maher (Capt.)
5 England DF Simon Wormull Substituted off 60'
6 England FW Simon Spencer
7 England MF Garry Brady
8 South Africa MF Mark Arber
9 Republic of Ireland MF Peter Gain
10 Republic of Ireland FW Neale Fenn
11 England FW Rory Allen Substituted off 74'
Sub England DF Stephen Clemence Substituted in 60'
Sub England GK Aaron Shave
Sub England FW Sammy Winston Substituted in 74'
Manager England Des Bulpin

First leg[edit]

White Hart Lane, 11 May 1995
Tottenham Hotspur - Manchester United 2-1 (1-0)
1-0 07 min. Simon Wormull
2-0 47 min. Rory Allen
2-1 85 min. Terry Cooke
Attendance: 8.213

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

Tottenham Hotspur
No. Position Player
1 England GK Simon Brown
2 Republic of Ireland DF Stephen Carr
3 Republic of Ireland DF Ross Darcy
4 Republic of Ireland DF Kevin Maher (Capt.)
5 England DF Simon Wormull
6 England FW Simon Spencer
7 England MF Stephen Clemence
8 South Africa MF Mark Arber
9 Republic of Ireland MF Peter Gain
10 Republic of Ireland FW Neale Fenn
11 England FW Rory Allen Substituted off 73'
Sub England DF Mark Janney
Sub England GK Aaron Shave
Sub England FW James Bunn Substituted in 73'
Manager England Des Bulpin
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Paul Gibson
2 England DF Phil Neville (Capt.)
3 England DF Ronnie Wallwork
4 England DF Ashley Westwood
5 England DF Michael Clegg
6 England MF Daniel Hall
7 England MF Neil Mustoe
8 Jamaica FW David Johnson
9 Republic of Ireland FW Desmond Baker Substituted off 69'
10 England MF Terry Cooke
11 Northern Ireland MF Phil Mulryne Substituted off 75'
Sub England DF John Curtis Substituted in 69'
Sub England GK Heath Maxon
Sub England FW David Gardner Substituted in 75'
Manager England Eric Harrison

1993/94: Arsenal v. Millwall (2-3 and 3-0, 5-3 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 Noel Imber
2 England DF Timmy Griggs
3 England DF Ross Taylor
4 England MF Jamie Howell
5 England DF Graeme Hall
6 Scotland DF Chris McDonald
7 England MF Michael Black
8 England MF Matthew Rose (captain)
9 England FW Matthew Rawlins
10 England MF Gavin McGowan
11 England MF Stephen Hughes
Sub England MF Adrian Clarke
Sub England Robbie Drake
Millwall
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Adrian Cronin
2 England DF Paul Irving
3 England DF Colin Luckett
4 Republic of Ireland MF Mark Mulraney
5 England DF Ben Thatcher
6 England DF Dean Francis
7 England MF Geoff Pitcher
8 England FW Neville Gordon
9 Republic of Ireland FW Mark Kennedy
10 England MF Richard Williams
11 England MF Jermaine Wright
Sub England Phil O'Neil

1992/93: Leeds United v. Manchester United (2-0 and 2-1, 4-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Elland Road, 13 May 1993
Leeds United - Manchester United 2-1 (2-1)
1-0 12 min. Jamie Forrester
1-1 29 min. Paul Scholes (Pen.)
2-1 30 min. Matthew Smithard
Attendance: 31.047

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

Leeds United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Paul Pettinger
2 England DF Andy Couzens
3 Canada DF Kevin Sharp
4 England MF Mark Tinkler
5 England DF Kevin Daly
6 England DF Rob Bowman Substituted off
7 England MF Matthew Smithard
8 England MF Mark Ford (Capt.)
9 England FW Noel Whelan Substituted off
10 England MF Simon Oliver Substituted off
11 England FW Jamie Forrester
Sub England MF Alex Byrne Substituted in on for 10'
Sub England FW Steve Tobin Substituted in on for 6'
Sub England FW Darren Kerry Substituted in on for 9'
Manager England Paul Hart
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Darren Whitmarsh
2 England DF Phil Neville
3 England DF Steven Riley
4 England DF Chris Casper
5 England DF Gary Neville (Capt.)
6 Northern Ireland MF Keith Gillespie
7 England MF Paul Scholes
8 England MF David Beckham
9 England FW Richard Irving Substituted off
10 England MF Robbie Savage
11 England FW Ben Thornley
Sub Northern Ireland DF Colin Murdock) Substituted in on for 9'
Sub England MF Mark Rawlinson (not used)
Manager England Eric Harrison

First leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 10 May 1993
Manchester United - Leeds United 0-2 (0-1)
0-1 16 min. Jamie Forrester
0-2 62 min. Noel Whelan
Attendance: 30.562

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 Republic of Ireland GK Darren Whitmarsh
2 England DF John O'Kane
3 England DF Steven Riley
4 England DF Chris Casper
5 England DF Gary Neville (Capt.)
6 Northern Ireland MF Keith Gillespie
7 England MF Nicky Butt
8 England MF David Beckham Substituted off
9 England FW Richard Irving Substituted off
10 England FW Paul Scholes
11 England MF Ben Thornley
Sub Northern Ireland DF Colin Murdock Substituted in on for 9'
Sub Wales FW Robbie Savage Substituted in on for 8'
Manager England Eric Harrison
Leeds United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Paul Pettinger
2 England DF Andy Couzens
3 Canada DF Kevin Sharp
4 England MF Mark Tinkler
5 England DF Kevin Daly
6 England DF Rob Bowman
7 England MF Matthew Smithard
8 England MF Mark Ford (Capt.)
9 England FW Noel Whelan
10 England MF Simon Oliver
11 England FW Jamie Forrester
Sub England MF Alex Byrne (not used)
Sub England FW Steve Tobin (not used)
Sub England FW Darren Kerry (not used)
Manager England Paul Hart

1991/92: Manchester United v. Crystal Palace (3-1 and 3-2, 6-3 Aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 15h May 1992
Manchester United - Crystal Palace 3-2 (1-1)
0-1 01 min. Andrew McPherson
1-1 33 min. Ben Thornley
2-1 50 min. Simon Davies
2-2 62 min. Stuart McCall
3-2 ?? min. Colin McKee
Attendance: 14.681

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 Kevin Pilkington
2 England DF John O'Kane
3 England DF George Switzer
4 England DF Chris Casper
5 England DF Gary Neville (Capt.)
6 England MF David Beckham
7 England MF Nicky Butt
8 Wales MF Simon Davies Substituted off
9 Scotland FW Colin McKee
10 Wales FW Ryan Giggs
11 England MF Ben Thornley Substituted off
Sub Wales FW Robbie Savage Substituted in on for 8'
Sub Northern Ireland MF Keith Gillespie Substituted in on for 11'
Manager England Eric Harrison
Crystal Palace
No. Position Player
1 England GK Jimmy Glass
2 England DF Paul Sparrow
3 England DF Scott Cutler
4 England MF Mark Holman (Capt.)
5 England DF Russell Edwards Substituted off
6 England DF Andy McPherson
7 Scotland MF Mark Hawthorne
8 England MF Simon Rollison Substituted off
9 England FW Stuart McCall
10 England MF George Ndah
11 England FW Tim Clark
Sub England MF Grant Watts Substituted in on for 5'
Sub England DF Sean Daly Substituted in on for 8'
Manager England Stuart Scott

First leg[edit]

Selhurst Park, 14 April 1992
Crystal Palace - Manchester United 1-3 (0-2)
0-1 17 min. Nicky Butt
0-2 30 min. David Beckham
1-2 86 min. Stuart McCall
1-3 89 min. Nicky Butt
Attendance: 7.825

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

Crystal Palace
No. Position Player
1 England GK Jimmy Glass
2 England DF Tim Clark
3 England DF Scott Cutler
4 England MF Mark Holman (Capt.)
5 England DF Russell Edwards
6 England DF Andy McPherson Substituted off 33'
7 Scotland MF Mark Hawthorne
8 England MF Simon Rollison
9 Canada FW Niall Thompson Substituted off 76'
10 England FW Grant Watts
11 England MF George Ndah
Sub England MF Stuart McCall Substituted in 76'
Sub England DF Paul Sparrow Substituted in 33'
Manager England Stuart Scott
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Kevin Pilkington
2 England DF John O'Kane
3 England DF George Switzer
4 England DF Chris Casper
5 England DF Gary Neville (Capt.)
6 England MF David Beckham
7 England MF Nicky Butt
8 Wales MF Simon Davies Substituted off
9 Scotland FW Colin McKee
10 Wales FW Robbie Savage
11 England MF Ben Thornley Substituted off
Manager England Eric Harrison

1990/91: Millwall v. Sheffield Wednesday (3-0 and 0-0, 3-0 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Millwall
No. Position Player
1 England GK Carl Emberson
2 England DF Frank McArthur
3 England DF Tony Dolby
4 England MF Andy Roberts
5 England DF Mark Foran
6 England DF Brian Lee
7 Chile MF Vladimir Pavez
8 Republic of Ireland FW Sean Devine
9 England FW Lee Walker
10 England MF Paul Manning
11 England MF Brett Smith
Sheffield Wednesday
No. Position Player
1 England GK Paul Robinson
2 England DF Brian Linighan
3 England DF Gareth Dunn
4 England MF Ronnie Simpson
5 England DF Simon Stewart
6 England DF Paul Burton
7 England FW Michael Rowntreet
8 Wales MF Ryan Jones
9 England FW Nicholas Robinson
10 England MF Leroy Chambers
11 England MF Richard Curzon

1989/90: Tottenham v. Middlesbrough (2-1 and 1-1, 3-2 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Tottenham Hotspur
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ian Walker
2 England DF Ian Hendon
3 Saint Lucia DF Warren Hackett
4 England MF Neil Smith
5 England DF David Tuttle
6 England DF Victor Hardwicke
7 England MF Gregory Howell
8 England MF Kevin Smith
9 England FW Olisa Morah
10 England FW Anthony Potts
11 England MF Scott Houghton
Sub England Lee Fulling
Sub England Halton
Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Michael Devine
2 England DF Nesbitt
3 England DF Scott Green
4 England DF Mark Sunley
5 England DF Lee Crosby
6 England MF Robert Lake
7 England MF David Keaveney
8 England MF Dan Holmes
9 England FW Ian Arnold
10 England FW Andy Fletcher
11 England MF Lee Tucker
Sub England Paul Melling
Sub England Lee Roxby
Sub England Ferguson

See also[edit]