FA Youth Cup Finals of the 2000s

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FA Youth Cup Finals from 2000 to 2009.

2008–09: Arsenal vs Liverpool (4–1 and 2–1, 6-2 Aggregate)[edit]

First leg[edit]

22 May 2009
20:00 BST
Arsenal 4 – 1 Liverpool
Sunu Goal 20'
Wilshere Goal 34' (pen.)
Watt Goal 57'
Emmanuel-Thomas Goal 66'
Report KacaniklicGoal 36'
Emirates Stadium, London
Attendance: 33,662
Referee: Lee Mason

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 Republic of Ireland GK James Shea
2 England DF Craig Eastmond
3 England DF Thomas Cruise
4 Ghana MF Emmanuel Frimpong Substituted off 17'
5 England DF Kyle Bartley
6 England DF Luke Ayling
7 England MF Henri Lansbury
8 France MF Francis Coquelin
9 France FW Gilles Sunu Substituted off 75'
10 England MF Jack Wilshere Substituted off 90'
11 England MF Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (c)
Sub Republic of Ireland FW Rhys Murphy Substituted in 75'
Sub England GK Charlie Mann
Sub England FW Sanchez Watt Substituted in 17'
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Conor Henderson Substituted in 90'
Sub Cameroon DF Cedric Evina
Liverpool
No. Position Player
1 Australia GK Dean Bouzanis
2 England DF Karl Clair
3 Germany DF Christopher Buchtmann
4 Spain DF Daniel Ayala
5 England DF Joe Kennedy (c)
6 England MF Andre Wisdom
7 England MF David Amoo
8 England MF Steven Irwin
9 Finland FW Lauri Dalla Valle Substituted off 80'
10 England FW Thomas Ince
11 Sweden MF Alexander Kacaniklic Substituted off 64'
Sub England FW Nathan Eccleston Substituted in 64'
Sub England GK Deale Chamberlain
Sub England MF Michael Roberts
Sub Scotland MF Alex Cooper
Sub England DF Jack Robinson Substituted in 80'

Second leg[edit]

26 May 2009
19:45 BST
Liverpool 1 – 2 Arsenal
Dalla Valle Goal 52' Report Watt Goal 25'
Ayala Goal 70' (o.g.)
Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 7,792
Referee: Lee Mason

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 Australia GK Dean Bouzanis
2 England DF Steven Irwin
3 England DF Jack Robinson
4 Spain DF Daniel Ayala
5 England DF Joe Kennedy (c)
6 England MF Andre Wisdom Substituted off 84'
7 England MF David Amoo
8 Germany MF Christopher Buchtmann Substituted off 84'
9 Finland FW Lauri Dalla Valle
10 England FW Thomas Ince
11 Sweden MF Alexander Kacaniklic Substituted off 46'
Sub England FW Nathan Eccleston Substituted in 46'
Sub England GK Deale Chamberlain
Sub Scotland MF Alexander Cooper Substituted in 84'
Sub England MF Michael Roberts
Sub England DF Karl Clair Substituted in 84'
Arsenal
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK James Shea
2 England DF Craig Eastmond
3 England DF Thomas Cruise Substituted off 83'
4 England MF Jack Wilshere
5 England DF Kyle Bartley
6 England DF Luke Ayling
7 England MF Henri Lansbury
8 France MF Francis Coquelin
9 France FW Gilles Sunu Substituted off 68'
10 England MF Sanchez Watt
11 England MF Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (c) Substituted off 83'
Sub Republic of Ireland FW Rhys Murphy Substituted in 68'
Sub England GK Charlie Mann
Sub Turkey MF Oğuzhan Özyakup
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Conor Henderson Substituted in 83'
Sub Cameroon DF Cedric Evina Substituted in 83'

2007–08: Manchester City vs Chelsea (1–1, 3–1)[edit]

First leg[edit]

3 April 2008
Chelsea 1 – 1 Manchester City
Kakuta Goal 66' Sturridge Goal 49'

Attendance: 11,890
Referee: Peter Walton

Second leg[edit]

16 April 2008
Manchester City 3 – 1 Chelsea
Mee Goal 23'
Weiss Goal 34'
Ball Goal 86' (pen.)
Report McGivern Goal 6' (o.g.)

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 Greg Hartley
2 Belgium DF Dedryck Boyata Substituted off 82'
3 England DF Ben Mee (c)
4 England DF Kieran Trippier Substituted off 90+5'
5 Northern Ireland DF Ryan McGivern
6 England MF Andrew Tutte
7 Slovakia MF Vladimír Weiss
8 England MF Scott Kay
9 England FW David Ball
10 Slovakia FW Róbert Mak
11 Republic of Ireland MF Donal McDermott
Sub Czech Republic GK Filip Mentel
Sub Norway MF Abdi Ibrahim Substituted in 90+5'
Sub Cyprus MF Angelos Tsiaklis Substituted in 82'
Sub Liberia FW Alex Nimely-Tchuimeni
Sub England FW James Poole
Chelsea
No. Position Player
1 Wales GK Rhys Taylor
2 England DF Nana Ofori-Twumasi (c)
3 Netherlands DF Jeffrey Bruma
4 Netherlands DF Patrick Van Aanholt
5 England DF Ben Gordon Substituted off 72'
6 England MF Michael Woods
7 Spain MF Sergio Tejera
8 England MF Jacob Mellis Red card 90'
9 France FW Gaël Kakuta
10 Denmark FW Morten Nielsen Substituted off 54'
11 Slovakia FW Miroslav Stoch
Sub Albania GK Aldi Haxhia
Sub England FW Adam Phillip Substituted in 54'
Sub England DF Frank Nouble Substituted in 72'
Sub England DF Jack Saville
Sub England MF Tom Taiwo

2006–07: Liverpool vs Manchester United (1–2 and 1–0, 2–2 Aggregate, 4–3 Penalty shootout)[edit]

First leg[edit]

16 April 2007
Liverpool 1 – 2 Manchester United
Lindfield Goal 16' Report Threlfall Goal 49' (o.g.)
Hewson Goal 74' (pen.)
Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 19,518
Referee: Mark Clattenburg

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 Denmark GK Martin Hansen
2 England DF Stephen Darby
3 England DF Michael Burns
4 England DF Jay Spearing (c)
5 England DF Robbie Threlfall
6 England MF Charlie Barnett
7 Republic of Ireland MF Jimmy Ryan
8 Scotland MF Ryan Flynn
9 England FW Craig Lindfield
10 England FW Lee Woodward Substituted off 67'
11 England MF Raymond Putterill
12 England FW Steve Irwin
13 England GK David Roberts
14 England MF Sean Highdale
15 England MF Ben Parsonage
16 England FW Nathan Eccleston Substituted in 67'
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Ron-Robert Zieler
2 England DF Richard Eckersley
3 Northern Ireland DF Corry Evans
4 England DF Kenny Strickland
5 England DF James Chester
6 England MF Danny Drinkwater Substituted off 75'
7 England MF Danny Welbeck
8 England MF Sam Hewson (c)
9 England FW Febian Brandy Substituted off 90'
10 Republic of Ireland FW Chris Fagan
11 Scotland MF Danny Galbraith
12 Republic of Ireland MF Conor McCormack
13 England GK Gary Woods
14 England MF Antonio Bryan Substituted in 75'
15 England MF Matty James Substituted in 90'
16 England DF Scott Moffatt

Second leg[edit]

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 Germany GK Ron-Robert Zieler
2 England DF Richard Eckersley
3 Northern Ireland DF Corry Evans Substituted off 99'
4 England DF Kenny Strickland
5 England DF James Chester
6 England MF Danny Drinkwater Substituted off 72'
7 England MF Danny Welbeck Substituted off 87'
14 England MF Sam Hewson (c)
9 England FW Febian Brandy
10 Republic of Ireland FW Chris Fagan
11 Scotland MF Danny Galbraith
Sub England GK Gary Woods
Sub England DF Scott Moffatt Substituted in 99'
Sub England MF Antonio Bryan Substituted in 72'
Sub Norway MF Magnus Wolff Eikrem Substituted in 87'
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Conor McCormack
Liverpool
No. Position Player
1 England GK David Roberts
2 England DF Jay Spearing (c)
3 England DF Robbie Threlfall
4 England DF Stephen Darby
5 England DF Michael Burns
6 Republic of Ireland MF Jimmy Ryan Substituted off 94'
7 England MF Raymond Putterill
8 Scotland MF Ryan Flynn
9 England FW Craig Lindfield
10 Sweden FW Astrit Ajdarevic Substituted off 81'
11 England MF Charlie Barnett
Sub England GK Josh Mimms
Sub England DF Steve Irwin Substituted in 81'
Sub England MF Sean Highdale
Sub England MF Ben Parsonage
Sub England FW Lee Woodward Substituted in 94'

2005–06: Liverpool vs Manchester City (3–0 and 0–2, 3-2 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 David Roberts
2 England DF Stephen Darby
3 England DF Robbie Threlfall
4 England DF Jack Hobbs
5 Ghana DF Godwin Antwi
6 England MF Charlie Barnett
7 England MF Paul Barratt
8 Scotland MF Ryan Flynn
9 England FW Craig Lindfield
10 England MF Paul Anderson
11 England MF Adam Hammill
Sub England GK Josh Mimms
Sub Spain DF Miki Roque
Sub Republic of Ireland MF Jimmy Ryan
Sub England MF Jay Spearing
Sub England FW Michael Nardiello
Manchester City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Laurence Matthewson
2 England DF Curtis Obeng
3 England DF Shaleum Logan
4 England DF Sam Williamson
5 Republic of Ireland DF Garry Breen
6 England MF Ashley Williams
7 England MF Paul Marshall
8 England MF Michael Johnson
9 Republic of Ireland MF Karl Moore
10 England FW Kelvin Etuhu
11 England FW Daniel Sturridge
Sub Hungary GK David Vadon
Sub England DF Micah Richards
Sub Republic of Ireland DF Michael Daly
Sub Faroe Islands MF Christian Mouritsen
Sub Wales FW Ched Evans
Sub England MF Adam Clayton
Sub England S. Evans

2004–05: Ipswich Town vs Southampton (1–0 and 2–2, 3-2 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Ipswich Town
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Shane Supple
2 England MF Sammy Moore
3 Republic of Ireland DF Michael Synnott
4 England DF James Krause
5 Northern Ireland DF Chris Casement
6 England DF Aidan Collins
7 Republic of Ireland MF Cathal Lordan
8 England MF Liam Trotter
9 England FW Darryl Knights
10 Republic of Ireland MF Owen Garvan
11 Scotland MF Liam Craig
Sub England FW Danny Haynes
Sub England FW Blair Hammond
Sub England FW Charlie Sheringham
Sub England MF Ed Upson
Sub England GK Andy Reynolds
Sub England DF Stuart Ainsley
Southampton
No. Position Player
1 Scotland GK Andrew McNeil
2 England DF Craig Richards
3 England DF Sebastian Wallis-Taylor
4 England FW David McGoldrick
5 England DF Sean Rudd
6 England DF Martin Cranie
7 Wales MF Lloyd James
8 Finland MF Tim Sparv
9 England FW Theo Walcott
10 Republic of Ireland FW Leon Best
11 England MF Nathan Dyer
Sub England FW Adam Lallana
Sub Portugal MF Feliciano Condesso
Sub England DF Kyle Critchell
Sub Wales DF Gareth Bale

2003–04: Middlesbrough vs Aston Villa (3–0 and 1–0, 4-0 Aggregate)[edit]

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

Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1 England GK David Knight
2 England DF Anthony McMahon
3 England DF Peter Masters
4 England MF Jason Kennedy
5 England DF Matthew Bates
6 England DF David Wheater
7 Scotland MF James Morrison
8 England MF Gary Liddle
9 England FW Tom Craddock
10 England MF Andrew Taylor
11 England FW Anthony Peacock
Sub England MF Adam Johnson
Sub England MF Josh Walker
Sub England Danny Read
Aston Villa
No. Position Player
1 Austria GK Robert Olejnik
2 Northern Ireland DF Jamie Ward
3 England DF Paul Green
4 England MF Craig Gardner
5 Denmark DF Magnus Troest
6 England DF Gary Cahill
7 Belgium MF Christian Kabeya
8 Republic of Ireland MF Steven Foley-Sheridan
9 England FW Gabriel Agbonlahor
10 England FW Luke Moore
11 England MF Kyle Nix
Sub England DF Lee Grant
Sub England FW Shane Paul
Sub England Oluwaseyi Morgan

2002–03: Manchester United vs Middlesbrough (2–0 and 1–1, 3-1 Aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 25 April 2003
Manchester United - Middlesbrough 1-1 (1-0)
1-0 14 min. Eddie Johnson
1-1 78 min. Gary Liddle
Attendance: 14.849

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 Luke Steele
2 England DF Lee Sims
3 England DF Lee Lawrence
4 Scotland DF Phil Bardsley
5 Republic of Ireland DF Paul McShane Substituted off 75'
6 England MF David Jones (Capt.)
7 England MF Chris Eagles
8 England FW Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Substituted off 75'
9 England FW Eddie Johnson
10 England MF Kieran Richardson Substituted off 78'
11 England MF Ben Collett
Sub England DF Mark Howard Substituted in 75'
Sub England GK Tom Heaton
Sub England FW David Poole Substituted in 78'
Sub Wales FW Ramon Calliste Substituted in 75'
Sub England DF Phil Picken
Manager Scotland Brian McClair
Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ross Turnbull
2 England DF Anthony McMahon
3 England DF Alan Harrison Substituted off 58'
4 England DF Matthew Bates
5 England MF Andrew Davies (Capt.)
6 England DF David Wheater
7 Scotland MF James Morrison
8 England MF Andrew Taylor
9 England MF Anthony Peacock Substituted off 46'
10 England FW Gary Liddle
11 Northern Ireland FW Chris Brunt Substituted off 85'
Sub England DF Peter Masters Substituted in 85'
Sub England GK David Knight
Sub Sweden FW Niklas Nordgren Substituted in 46'
Sub England MF Danny Reed Substituted in 58'
Sub England MF Jason Kennedy
Manager England Mark Proctor

First leg[edit]

Riverside Stadium, 15 April 2003
Middlesbrough - Manchester United 0-2 (0-1)
0-1 04 min. Kieran Richardson
0-2 90 min. Ben Collett
Attendance: 8.310

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

Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ross Turnbull
2 England DF Anthony McMahon
3 England DF Alan Harrison
4 England DF Matthew Bates
5 England MF Andrew Davies (Capt.)
6 England DF David Wheater
7 Scotland MF James Morrison
8 England MF Andrew Taylor
9 England MF Anthony Peacock Substituted off
10 England FW Gary Liddle
11 Northern Ireland FW Chris Brunt
Sub England DF Peter Masters
Sub England GK David Knight
Sub England MF Jason Kennedy Substituted in
Sub England MF Danny Ready
Sub Sweden FW Niklas Nordgren
Manager England Mark Proctor
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Luke Steele
2 England DF Lee Sims
3 England DF Lee Lawrence
4 Scotland DF Phil Bardsley
5 Republic of Ireland DF Paul McShane
6 England MF David Jones (Capt.)
7 England MF Chris Eagles
8 England MF Kieran Richardson
9 England MF Ben Collett
10 Denmark FW Mads Timm Substituted off 58'
11 England FW Eddie Johnson
Sub England FW Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Substituted in 58'
Sub England GK Tom Heaton
Sub England FW David Poole
Sub England DF Mark Howard
Sub Wales FW Ramon Calliste
Manager Scotland Brian McClair

2001–02: Aston Villa vs Everton (4–1 and 0–1, 4-2 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 Republic of Ireland GK Wayne Henderson
2 England DF Andrew Wells
3 England DF Peter Whittingham
4 Scotland MF Colin Marshall
5 England DF James O'Connor
6 England DF Liam Ridgewell
7 Northern Ireland MF Steven Davis
8 Republic of Ireland MF Peter Hynes
9 England FW Stefan Moore
10 Republic of Ireland MF Steven Foley-Sheridan
11 England FW Luke Moore
Sub England DF Ryan Amoo
Sub Saint Lucia FW Michael Husbands
Sub Northern Ireland FW David Scullion
Sub England Mark Atkinson
Everton
No. Position Player
1 England GK Andrew Pettinger
2 England DF Brian Moogan
3 England DF Martin Crowder
4 England DF Alan Moogan
5 England DF Steven Schumacher
6 Wales MF Craig Garside
7 England MF Scott Brown
8 England MF Steven Beck
9 England FW Michael Symes
10 England FW Wayne Rooney
11 Australia MF David Carney
Sub England FW Paul Hopkins
Sub England Franklyn Colbeck
Sub England Alex Cole
Sub England Damon Martland
Sub England Robert Southern

2000–01: Arsenal vs Blackburn Rovers (5–0 and 1–3, 6-3 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 Craig Holloway
2 England DF Alex Bailey
3 Denmark DF Sebastian Svard
4 England DF Ryan Garry
5 England DF Nicky Nicolau
6 Germany DF Moritz Volz
7 England MF Steve Sidwell
8 England MF Rohan Ricketts
9 England FW Jerome Thomas
10 England MF Jermaine Pennant
11 France FW Jérémie Aliadière
Sub England GK Michael Jordan
Sub England DF Justin Hoyte
Sub England DF Ben Chorley
Sub England MF Stephen Santry
Sub England FW Jermaine Brown
Sub England FW Carlin Itonga
Blackburn Rovers
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ryan Robinson
2 England DF Daniel Stone
3 England DF Darren Hockenhull
4 England DF Robert Woodhead
5 England DF Michael Cole
6 England MF Liam Blakeman
7 England MF Jerome Watt
8 England MF Neil Danns
9 Scotland MF Alan Morgan
10 England FW Ryan Hevicon
11 Republic of Ireland FW Jonathan Walters
Sub England MF Ciaran Donnelly
Sub England FW Andrew Bell
Sub England Black

1999–2000: Arsenal vs Coventry City (3–1 and 2–0, 5-1 Aggregate)[edit]

First leg[edit]

4 May 2000
Coventry City 1 - 3 Arsenal
McSheffrey Goal 85' Thomas Goal 48'
Barrett Goal 65'
Sidwell Goal 68'
Highfield Road, Coventry
Attendance: 10,280
Referee: Steve Bennett

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
1 England GK Gary Montgomery
2 Sweden DF Richard Spong
3 England DF Calum Davenport
4 England DF Thomas Cudworth
5 England DF Daniel Hall
6 England MF Craig Pead
7 Scotland MF Craig Strachan
8 Wales MF Lee Fowler
9 England MF Robert Betts
9 England FW Simon Parkinson
10 England FW Gary McSheffrey
Sub England Jason Ashby
Sub Scotland MF Martin Grant
Sub England Mark Magennis
Sub England DF Aaron Shanahan
Sub England GK Adam Mehmet
Arsenal
No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Graham Stack
2 Brazil DF Israel da Silva
3 England DF Liam Chilvers
4 England DF John Halls
5 Italy DF Niccolo Galli
6 England MF Rohan Ricketts
7 England MF David Noble
8 England MF Steve Sidwell
9 England FW Jerome Thomas
10 England FW Jay Bothroyd
11 Republic of Ireland FW Graham Barrett
Sub England GK Craig Holloway
Sub England DF Jermaine Brown
Sub England MF Stephen Santry
Sub England FW Jonathan Osei-Kuffour
Sub England FW Ben Chorley
Sub England FW Carlin Itonga

Second leg[edit]

12 May 2000
Arsenal 2 - 0 Coventry City
Bothroyd Goal 38'
Sidwell Goal 72'
Highbury, London
Attendance: 14,706
Referee: Steve Bennett

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 Republic of Ireland GK Graham Stack
2 Germany DF Moritz Volz
3 England DF Liam Chilvers
4 England DF John Halls
5 Italy DF Niccolo Galli
6 England MF Rohan Ricketts
7 England MF David Noble
8 England MF Steve Sidwell
9 England FW Jermaine Pennant
10 England FW Jay Bothroyd
11 Republic of Ireland FW Graham Barrett
Sub England GK Craig Holloway
Sub England MF Stephen Santry
Sub England FW Jonathan Osei-Kuffour
Sub England FW Ben Chorley
Sub Brazil DF Israel da Silva
Coventry City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gary Montgomery
2 Sweden DF Richard Spong
3 England DF Calum Davenport
4 England DF Thomas Cudworth
5 England DF Daniel Hall
6 England MF Craig Pead
7 Scotland MF Craig Strachan
8 Wales MF Lee Fowler
9 England MF Robert Betts
10 England FW Gary McSheffrey
11 England FW Jason Ashby
Sub England FW Simon Parkinson
Sub Scotland MF Martin Grant
Sub England Mark Magennis
Sub England DF Aaron Shanahan
Sub England GK Adam Mehmet

See also[edit]