List of FA Community Shield matches

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FA Community Shield
FA Community Shield Logo.jpg
A black and white photograph of a football team in alternating light and dark shirts
Manchester United were the first winners of the Charity Shield, photographed here at the start of the 1908 season
Founded 1908
Region  England
 Wales
Number of teams 2
Current champions Arsenal (13th title)
Most successful club(s) Manchester United (20 titles)
Website FA Community Shield

The FA Community Shield, previously known as the Charity Shield, is a competition in English football comprising a single match. It is traditionally played at the beginning of the English football season.[1] Started in 1908, it has been played each year since except for breaks due to the First and Second World Wars.[2] Until 1913, the matches were between the champions of The Football League and the Southern Football League, when the match was changed to become a game between professionals and amateurs players.[3] Following the break due to World War I, the match returned in 1920 with a game between the champions of the Football League First and Second Divisions.[4] In 1921 it changed again to become a match between the Football League Champion and the winner of the FA Cup,[5] switching several more times between the amateur/professional and league champion/FA cup champion matches during the 1920s. From 1930 onwards it settled to a standard fixture between the FA Cup winner and the Football League Champion,[6] except for in 1950 when an England World Cup XI played a Canadian F.A. touring team,[7] and in 1961 when Tottenham Hotspur played an "F.A. Selected XI" described in The Times as being an "England team masquerading".[8]

In 1974 the match was moved to its permanent place as the opener to the English Football League, and played at Wembley Stadium. It has been held at the English national stadium ever since, except while it was being redeveloped, during which the matches were switched to the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.[1] Manchester United are the most successful team, having won the title on 20 occasions. They are also the team which has most frequently appeared in the match, a total of 29 times. The only other teams to have won it on more than ten occasions are Arsenal and Liverpool.

Matches[edit]

Key
(R) Replay
Title was shared after match went to a draw
* Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
Italics Team was formed for this match only
Results
Year Winner Scorers Score Scorers Runner-up Venue Ref
1908 Manchester United Meredith 1 – 1 Cannon Queens Park Rangers Stamford Bridge, London [9]
1908 (R) Manchester United Turnbull (3)
Wall
4 – 0 Queens Park Rangers Stamford Bridge, London [10]
1909 Newcastle United Allan
Rutherford
2 – 0 Northampton Town Stamford Bridge, London [11]
1910 Brighton and Hove Albion Webb 1 – 0 Aston Villa Stamford Bridge, London [12]
1911 Manchester United Halse (6)
Turnbull
Wall
8 – 4 Fleming
Wheatcroft
Tout
Jefferson
Swindon Town Stamford Bridge, London [13]
1912 Blackburn Rovers Aitkenhead (2) 2 – 1 Revill Queens Park Rangers White Hart Lane, London [14]
1913 English Professionals XI Hampton (4)
Holley (2)
Fleming
7 – 2 Barlos
Farnfield
English Amateurs XI The Den, London [3]
1914 – 1919 Shield was not contested due to suspension of football during World War I
1920 West Bromwich Albion Smith (2) 2 – 0 Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane, London [4]
1921 Tottenham Hotspur Bliss
Cantrell
2 – 0 Burnley White Hart Lane, London [5]
1922 Huddersfield Town Wilson 1 – 0 Liverpool Old Trafford, Manchester [15]
1923 English Professionals XI Bradford
Chambers
2 – 0 English Amateurs XI Stamford Bridge, London [16]
1924 English Professionals XI Walker (2)
Buchan
3 – 1 Kail English Amateurs XI Highbury, London [17]
1925 English Amateurs XI Ashton (4)
Macey (2)
6 – 1 Hannaford English Professionals XI White Hart Lane, London [18]
1926 English Amateurs XI Minter (2)
Macey (2)
Kail
Keeping (o.g.)
6 – 3 Rawlings (2)
Tunstall
English Professionals XI Maine Road, Manchester [19]
1927 Cardiff City Ferguson
Davies
2 – 1 Ashton Corinthian Stamford Bridge, London [20]
1928 Everton Dean (2) 2 – 1 Thornewell Blackburn Rovers Old Trafford, Manchester [21]
1929 English Professionals XI Seed
Chandler
Pease
3 – 0 English Amateurs XI The Den, London [22]
1930 Arsenal Hulme
Jack
2 – 1 Burgess (pen.) Sheffield Wednesday Stamford Bridge, London [23]
1931 Arsenal Bastin 1 – 0 West Bromwich Albion Villa Park, Birmingham [24]
1932 Everton Dean (4)
Johnson
5 – 3 McMenemy (2)
Boyd
Newcastle United St. James' Park, Newcastle [25]
1933 Arsenal Birkett (2)
Bowden
3 – 0 Everton Goodison Park, Liverpool [26]
1934 Arsenal Birkett
Marshall
Drake
Bastin
4 – 0 Manchester City Highbury, London [27]
1935 Sheffield Wednesday Dewar 1 – 0 Arsenal Highbury, London [28]
1936 Sunderland Burbanks
Carter
2 – 1 Kirchen Arsenal Roker Park, Sunderland [29]
1937 Manchester City Herd
Doherty
2 – 0 Sunderland Maine Road, Manchester [30]
1938 Arsenal Drake (2) 2 – 1 Beattie Preston North End Highbury, London [31]
1939 – 1947 Shield was not contested due to suspension of football during World War II
1948 Arsenal Lewis (2)
Jones
Rooke
4 – 3 Rowley
Burke
own goal
Manchester United Highbury, London [2]
1949 Portsmouth Reid 1 – 1
Title shared
Hancocks (pen.) Wolverhampton Wanderers Highbury, London [32]
1950 England World Cup XI Mannion
Mortensen
Baily
Mullen
4 – 2 Johnstone
Lofthouse
F.A. Canadian Touring Team Stamford Bridge, London [33]
1951 Tottenham Hotspur Murphy
Bennett
2 – 1 Milburn Newcastle United White Hart Lane, London [34]
1952 Manchester United Rowley (2)
Byrne
Downie
4 – 2 Keeble (2) Newcastle United Old Trafford, Manchester [35]
1953 Arsenal Lishman (2)
Lawton
3 – 1 Mortensen Blackpool Highbury, London [36]
1954 Wolverhampton Wanderers Swinbourne (2)
Deeley
Hancocks
4 – 4
Title shared
Allen (3)
Ryan
West Bromwich Albion Molineux, Wolverhampton [37]
1955 Chelsea McMichael (o.g.)
Bentley
Blunstone
3 – 0 Newcastle United Stamford Bridge, London [38]
1956 Manchester United Viollet 1 – 0 Manchester City Maine Road, Manchester [39]
1957 Manchester United Taylor (3)
Berry (pen.)
4 – 0 Aston Villa Old Trafford, Manchester [40]
1958 Bolton Wanderers Hill
Bannister
Lofthouse (2)
4 – 1 Durandt Wolverhampton Wanderers Burnden Park, Bolton [41]
1959 Wolverhampton Wanderers Murray
Broadbent
Lill
3 – 1 Wilson Nottingham Forest Molineux, Wolverhampton [42]
1960 Burnley Miller
Connelly
2 – 2
Title shared
Deeley
Murray
Wolverhampton Wanderers Turf Moor, Burnley [43]
1961 Tottenham Hotspur Allen (2)
Smith
3 – 2 Haynes
Byrne
FA Selected XI White Hart Lane, London [8]
1962 Tottenham Hotspur Smith
Greaves (2)
White
Medwin
5 – 1 Stephenson Ipswich Town Portman Road, Ipswich [44]
1963 Everton Gabriel
Stevens
Vernon (pen.)
Temple
4 – 0 Manchester United Goodison Park, Liverpool [45]
1964 Liverpool Wallace
G. Byrne
2 – 2
Title shared
J. Byrne
Hurst
West Ham United Anfield, Liverpool [46]
1965 Manchester United Best
Herd
2 – 2
Title shared
Stevenson
Yeats
Liverpool Old Trafford, Manchester [47]
1966 Liverpool Hunt 1 – 0 Everton Goodison Park, Liverpool [48]
1967 Manchester United Charlton (2)
Law
3 – 3
Title shared
Robertson
Jennings
Saul
Tottenham Hotspur Old Trafford, Manchester [49]
1968 Manchester City Owen (2)
Lee (2)
Lovett (o.g.)
Young
6 – 1 Krzywicki West Bromwich Albion Maine Road, Manchester [50]
1969 Leeds United Gray
Charlton
2 – 1 Bell Manchester City Elland Road, Leeds [51]
1970 Everton Whittle
Kendall
2 – 1 Hutchinson Chelsea Stamford Bridge, London [52]
1971 Leicester City Whitworth 1 – 0 Liverpool Filbert Street, Leicester [53]
1972 Manchester City Lee (pen.) 1 – 0 Aston Villa Villa Park, Birmingham [54]
1973 Burnley Waldron 1 – 0 Manchester City Maine Road, Manchester [55]
1974 Liverpool Boersma 1 – 1*
Liverpool won 6–5 on penalties
Cherry Leeds United Wembley Stadium (original) [56]
1975 Derby County Hector
McFarland
2 – 0 West Ham United Wembley Stadium (original) [57]
1976 Liverpool Toshack 1 – 0 Southampton Wembley Stadium (original) [58]
1977 Manchester United 0 – 0
Title shared
Liverpool Wembley Stadium (original) [59]
1978 Nottingham Forest O'Neill (2)
Withe
Lloyd
Robertson
5 – 0 Ipswich Town Wembley Stadium (original) [60]
1979 Liverpool McDermott (2)
Dalglish
3 – 1 Sunderland Arsenal Wembley Stadium (original) [61]
1980 Liverpool McDermott 1 – 0 West Ham United Wembley Stadium (original) [62]
1981 Aston Villa Withe (2) 2 – 2
Title shared
Falco (2) Tottenham Hotspur Wembley Stadium (original) [63]
1982 Liverpool Rush 1 – 0 Tottenham Hotspur Wembley Stadium (original) [64]
1983 Manchester United Robson (2) 2 – 0 Liverpool Wembley Stadium (original) [65]
1984 Everton Grobbelaar (o.g.) 1 – 0 Liverpool Wembley Stadium (original) [66]
1985 Everton Steven
Heath
2 – 0 Manchester United Wembley Stadium (original) [67]
1986 Everton Heath 80' 1 – 1
Title shared
Rush 88' Liverpool Wembley Stadium (original) [68]
1987 Everton Clarke 1 – 0 Coventry City Wembley Stadium (original) [69]
1988 Liverpool Aldridge (2) 2 – 1 Fashanu Wimbledon Wembley Stadium (original) [70]
1989 Liverpool Beardsley 1 – 0 Arsenal Wembley Stadium (original) [71]
1990 Liverpool Barnes (pen.) 1 – 1
Title shared
Blackmore Manchester United Wembley Stadium (original) [72]
1991 Arsenal 0 – 0
Title shared
Tottenham Hotspur Wembley Stadium (original) [73]
1992 Leeds United Cantona (3)
Dorigo
4 – 3 Rush
Saunders
Strachan (o.g.)
Liverpool Wembley Stadium (original) [74]
1993 Manchester United Hughes 1 – 1*
Manchester United won 5–4 on penalties
Wright Arsenal Wembley Stadium (original) [75]
1994 Manchester United Cantona (pen.)
Ince
2 – 0 Blackburn Rovers Wembley Stadium (original) [76]
1995 Everton Samways 1 – 0 Blackburn Rovers Wembley Stadium (original) [77]
1996 Manchester United Cantona 25'
Butt 30'
Beckham 86'
Keane 88'
4 – 0 Newcastle United Wembley Stadium (original) [78]
1997 Manchester United Johnsen 57' 1 – 1*
Manchester United won 4–2 on penalties
Hughes 52' Chelsea Wembley Stadium (original) [79]
1998 Arsenal Overmars 33'
Wreh 56'
Anelka 71'
3 – 0 Manchester United Wembley Stadium (original) [80]
1999 Arsenal Kanu 67' (pen.)
Parlour 77'
2 – 1 Yorke 36' Manchester United Wembley Stadium (original) [81]
2000 Chelsea Hasselbaink 22'
Melchiot 73'
2 – 0 Manchester United Wembley Stadium (original) [82]
2001 Liverpool McAllister 2' (pen.)
Owen 16'
2 – 1 Van Nistelrooy 51' Manchester United Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [83]
2002 Arsenal Gilberto 69' 1 – 0 Liverpool Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [84]
2003 Manchester United Silvestre 15' 1 – 1*
Manchester United won 4–3 on penalties
Henry 20' Arsenal Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [85]
2004 Arsenal Gilberto 49'
Reyes 59'
Silvestre 79' (o.g.)
3 – 1 Smith 55' Manchester United Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [86]
2005 Chelsea Drogba 8', 57' 2 – 1 Fàbregas 65' Arsenal Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [87]
2006 Liverpool Riise 9'
Crouch 80'
2 – 1 Shevchenko 43' Chelsea Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [88]
2007 Manchester United Giggs 35' 1 – 1*
Manchester United won 3–0 on penalties
Malouda 45' Chelsea Wembley Stadium [89]
2008 Manchester United 0 – 0*
Manchester United won 3–1 on penalties
Portsmouth Wembley Stadium [90]
2009 Chelsea Carvalho 52'
Lampard 71'
2 – 2*
Chelsea won 4–1 on penalties
Nani 10'
Rooney 90'
Manchester United Wembley Stadium [91]
2010 Manchester United Valencia 41'
Hernández 76'
Berbatov 90+2'
3 – 1 Kalou 83' Chelsea Wembley Stadium [92]
2011 Manchester United Smalling 52'
Nani 58', 90+4'
3 – 2 Lescott 38'
Džeko 45+1'
Manchester City Wembley Stadium [93]
2012 Manchester City Y.Touré 53'
Tevez 59'
Nasri 65'
3 – 2 Torres 40'
Bertrand 80'
Chelsea Villa Park [94]
2013 Manchester United van Persie 6', 59' 2 – 0 Wigan Athletic Wembley Stadium [95]
2014 Arsenal Cazorla 22'
Ramsey 43'
Giroud 62'
3 – 0 Manchester City Wembley Stadium [96]

Results by team[edit]

Teams shown in italics were set up only for the purpose of playing in these matches, or are defunct.

Club Wins Last match won Runners-up Last match lost
Manchester United 20 2013 9 2009
Liverpool 15 2006 6 2002
Arsenal 13 2014 7 2005
Everton 9 1995 2 1966
Tottenham Hotspur 7 1991 2 1982
Chelsea 4 2009 6 2012
Manchester City 4 2012 6 2014
English Professionals XI 4 1929 2 1926
Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 1960 1 1958
English Amateurs XI 2 1926 4 1929
West Bromwich Albion 2 1954 2 1968
Burnley 2 1973 1 1921
Leeds United 2 1992 1 1974
Newcastle United 1 1909 5 1996
Aston Villa 1 1981 3 1972
Blackburn Rovers 1 1912 3 1995
West Ham United 1 1964 2 1980
Nottingham Forest 1 1978 1 1959
Portsmouth 1 1949 1 2008
Sheffield Wednesday 1 1935 1 1930
Sunderland 1 1936 1 1937
Bolton Wanderers 1 1958 0
Brighton and Hove Albion 1 1910 0
Cardiff City 1 1927 0
Derby County 1 1975 0
English World Cup XI 1 1950 0
Huddersfield Town 1 1922 0
Leicester City 1 1971 0
Ipswich Town 0 2 1978
Queens Park Rangers 0 2 1912
Blackpool 0 1 1953
Corinthian 0 1 1927
Coventry City 0 1 1987
English FA Canadian Touring XI 0 1 1950
FA Selected XI 0 1 1961
Northampton Town 0 1 1909
Preston North End 0 1 1938
Southampton 0 1 1976
Swindon Town 0 1 1911
Wigan Athletic 0 1 2013
Wimbledon 0 1 1988

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