1914 FA Cup Final

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1914 FA Cup Final
Event 1913–14 FA Cup
Date 25 April 1914
Venue Crystal Palace, London
Referee Herbert Bamlett (Gateshead)
Attendance 72,778
1913
1915

The 1914 FA Cup Final was contested by Burnley and Liverpool at Crystal Palace. Burnley won by a single goal, scored by ex-Evertonian Bert Freeman. The game was the last ever final at Crystal Palace and was played in front of a reigning monarch, George V, for the first time. Neither club had reached the FA Cup Final before.

Match details[edit]

25 April 1914
15:00 BST
Burnley 1–0 Liverpool
Freeman Goal 57'
Crystal Palace, London
Attendance: 72,778
Referee: Herbert Bamlett (Gateshead)
Burnley
Liverpool
GK England Ronnie Sewell
FB England Tom Bamford
FB Scotland David Taylor
WH Scotland George Halley
CH England Tommy Boyle (c)
HB England Billy Watson
MF England Billy Nesbitt
IF England Dick Lindley
CF England Bert Freeman
IF England Teddy Hodgson
MF England Eddie Mosscrop
Manager:
England John Haworth
GK Scotland Ken Campbell
FB England Ephraim Longworth (c)
FB Scotland Bob Pursell
HB Scotland Thomas Fairfoul
HB Scotland Robert Ferguson
HB Scotland Donald McKinlay
OF England Jackie Sheldon
IF Scotland Tom Miller
CF England Arthur Metcalf
IF Scotland James Nicholl
OF Ireland Bill Lacey
Manager:
England Tom Watson

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