FA Youth Cup Finals of the 1960s

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FA Youth Cup Finals from 1960 to 1969.

1968–69: Sunderland v. West Bromwich Albion (6–3 aggregate)[edit]

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

Sunderland
No. Position Player
1 England GK Trevor Swinburne
2 England DF Keith Coleman
3 England DF Bob Lunn
4 England DF Mick McGiven
5 England DF Richie Pitt
6 England MF John Tones
7 England FW Colin Beesley
8 England MF Paddy Lowrey
9 England FW John Lathan
10 Scotland MF Bobby Park
11 England FW George Whitehead
sub England MF Fred McIver
West Bromwich Albion
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gordon Nisbet
2 England DF Roger Minton
3 England DF Syd Bell
4 England DF Lyndon Hughes
5 Scotland DF Jim Holton
6 Scotland DF Alistair Robertson
7 England MF Stuart Woolgar
8 Scotland MF Asa Hartford
9 England FW Keith Morris
10 England MF Len Cantello
11 Scotland FW Hugh Maclean
sub England FW David Butler

1967–68: Burnley v. Coventry City (1–2 and 2–0, 3–2 aggregate)[edit]

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

Burnley
No. Position Player
1 England GK Gerry McEvoy
2 England DF Peter Jones
3 England DF Mick Docherty (C.)
4 England DF Wilf Wrigley
5 England DF Eddie Cliff
6 England MF Eric Probert
7 England MF Alan West
8 England FW Dave Hartley
9 Scotland FW Willie Brown
10 England FW Dave Thomas
11 England FW Steve Kindon
Sub England MF George Coppock
Coventry City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Dick Deighton
2 England DF Ivan Crossley
3 England DF Brian Joy
4 England DF Don Peachey
5 England DF Jeff Blockley (C.)
6 England MF Bryan Wilks
7 England MF Tom Sinclair
8 England FW Bob Allen
9 England FW Trevor Gould
10 England FW Graham Paddon
11 England FW Peter Farmer
6 England MF Hill
11 Scotland FW Billy Rafferty

1966–67: Sunderland v. Birmingham City (1–0 and 1–0, 2–0 aggregate)[edit]

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

Sunderland
No. Position Player
1 England GK Derek Forster
2 England DF Peter Robinson
3 England DF Eamon McLaughlan
4 England DF Brian Chambers
5 England DF Richard Huntley
6 England MF Keith Felton
7 England MF Bernard Fagan
8 England MF Colin Suggett (C)
9 England FW Malcolm Moore
10 Scotland FW Albert Brown
11 Scotland FW Billy Hughes
Sub England DF Keith Coleman
Birmingham City
No. Position Player
1 England GK Dave Latchford
2 England DF Alan Reynolds
3 England DF David Beckett
4 England DF Stephen Lee
5 England DF Saunders
6 England MF Garry Pendrey
7 England MF Trevor Rushworth
8 England MF Sidney Dorsett
9 England FW Bob Latchford
10 England FW Keith Bowker
11 England MF K. Jones
Sub England MF Alan Childs

1965–66: Arsenal v. Sunderland (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
England GK Ernie Adams
Northern Ireland DF Pat Rice
England DF Tommy Youlden
England DF Micky Boot
England DF Ian Gillibrand
Scotland DF John Woodward
England MF Trevor Rhodes
England MF Robert Bristow
Scotland MF Neil Leven
Scotland MF Andrew Milne
Scotland FW Gordon Cumming
England FW Dave Simmons
Northern Ireland FW Sammy Nelson
Sunderland
No. Position Player
England GK Derek Forster
England DF Terry Adamson
England DF Eamon McLaughlan
England DF Colin Todd
England DF David Adams
England MF Keith Felton
England MF Bernard Fagan
England MF Colin Suggett
England FW Malcolm Moore
Scotland MF Bobby Kerr
Scotland FW Billy Hughes

1964–65: Everton v. Arsenal (3–2 aggregate)[edit]

[1] 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 England GK Geoff Barnett
2 England DF David Pearson
3 England DF Frank D'Arcy
4 England DF John Hurst
5 England DF Eric Curwen
6 Australia MF Dennis Yaager
7 England MF Alex Wallace
8 England MF Gerry Glover
9 England FW Tony McLaughlin
10 England FW Jimmy Husband
11 England FW Aiden Maher
12 England MF David Grant
Arsenal
No. Position Player
1 England GK Ernie Adams
2 England DF Roy Pack
3 England DF Billy Hinton
4 England DF Vince Adams
5 England DF Ernie Wilkinson
6 England MF David Jenkins
7 Scotland MF Gordon Neilson
8 Scotland MF Neil Leven
9 England FW Doug Baker

1963–64: Manchester United v. Swindon Town (1–1 and 4–1, 5–2 aggregate)[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Old Trafford, 30 April 1964
Manchester United - Swindon Town 4–1 (1–0)
1–0 44 min. David Sadler
2–0 46 min. David Sadler
2–1 68 min. Bruce Walker
3–1 70 min. David Sadler
4–1 87 min. John Aston
Attendance: 25,563

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 Jimmy Rimmer
2 England DF Alan Duff
3 England DF Bobby Noble (C.)
4 Scotland MF Peter McBride
5 England MF David Farrar
6 Scotland MF John Fitzpatrick
7 England FW Willie Anderson
8 Northern Ireland FW George Best
9 England FW David Sadler
10 England FW Albert Kinsey
11 England FW John Aston
Manager Wales Jimmy Murphy
Swindon Town
No. Position Player
1 England GK Tony Hicks
2 England DF Brian Foscolo
3 England DF Terry Ling
4 England MF Bernard Griffin
5 England MF Roger Brown
6 England MF Dennis Peosser
7 England FW Don Rogers
8 England FW Dennis Peapell
9 England FW Dick Plumb
10 England FW Ricky Tabor
11 England FW Bruce Walker
Manager England Bert Head

First leg[edit]

County Ground, 27 April 1964
Swindon Town - Manchester United 1–1 (1–0)
1–0 31 min. Don Rogers
1–1 70 min. George Best
Attendance: 17,000

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

Swindon Town
No. Position Player
1 England GK Tony Hicks
2 England DF Brian Foscolo
3 England DF Terry Ling
4 England MF Bernard Griffin
5 England MF Roger Brown
6 England MF Dennis Peosser
7 England FW Don Rogers
8 England FW Dennis Peapell
9 England FW Dick Plumb
10 England FW Ricky Tabor
11 England FW Bruce Walker
Manager England Bert Head
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1 England GK Jimmy Rimmer
2 England DF Alan Duff
3 England DF Bobby Noble (C.)
4 Scotland MF Peter McBride
5 England MF David Farrar
6 Scotland MF John Fitzpatrick
7 England FW Willie Anderson
8 Northern Ireland FW George Best
9 England FW David Sadler
10 England FW Albert Kinsey
11 England FW John Aston
Manager Wales Jimmy Murphy

1962–63: West Ham United v. Liverpool (1–3 and 5–2, 6–5 aggregate)[edit]

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

West Ham
No. Position Player
1 England GK Colin Mackleworth
2 England DF Dennis Burnett
3 England DF Bill Kitchener
4 England DF Trevor Dawkins
5 England DF John Charles (C.)
6 England MF Bobby Howe
7 England MF Harry Redknapp
8 England MF Peter Bennett
9 England FW Martin Britt
10 England FW John Sissons
11 England FW John Dryden
Liverpool
No. Position Player
1 England GK R. Swindlehurst
2 England DF Tommy Lowry
3 England DF Alan Hignett
4 England DF Tommy Smith (C.)
5 England DF J. Turner
6 England MF John Bennett
7 England MF Grant McCulloch
8 Scotland MF George Scott
9 Scotland FW Bob Graham
10 Scotland FW Phil Tinney
11 England MF Brian Halliday

1961–62: Newcastle United vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers (2–1 aggregate)[edit]

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
1 Northern Ireland GK S. Craig
2 Northern Ireland DF David Craig
3 England DF Colin Clish
4 England MF Clive Chapman
5 Scotland DF John Markie
6 England DF David Turner
7 England FW Gowland
8 England FW Alan Suddick
9 England FW George Watkin
10 Scotland FW Bobby Moncur
11 England FW Les O'Neill
Wolverhampton Wanderers
No. Position Player

1960–61: Chelsea v. Everton (5–3 aggregate)[edit]

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

Chelsea
No. Position Player
England GK John Cowan
England DF Dennis Butler
England DF Allan Harris
England MF Terry Venables
England DF Terry More
England MF Ron Harris
England FW Bert Murray
England FW Colin Shaw
England FW Gordon Bolland
England FW David Johnston
England FW David Gillingwater
Everton
No. Position Player
1 Scotland GK Willie Mailey
2 England DF Roy Parnell
3 England DF Mick Gannon
4 England MF Alan Jarvis
5 England DF David Gorrie
6 England MF George Sharples
7 England FW Peter Maddocks
8 England FW Alan Tyrer
9 Wales FW Keith Webber
10 England FW George Morton
11 England FW Stan Edwards

1959–60: Chelsea v. Preston North End (1–1 and 4–1, 5–2 aggregate)[edit]

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

Chelsea
No. Position Player
1 England GK Peter Bonetti
2 England DF Dennis Butler
3 England DF Allan Harris
4 England MF Terry Venables
5 England DF Terry More
6 England MF Ray Corney
7 England FW Bert Murray
8 England FW Colin Shaw
9 England FW Gordon Bolland
10 England FW Bobby Tambling
11 England FW M Robinson
Preston North End
No. Position Player
1 England GK John Barton
2 Scotland DF George Ross
3 England DF Rodney Webb
4 England MF Baldwin
5 Scotland DF David Will
6 England MF John Hart
7 England FW Michael Smith
8 England MF Dave Wilson
9 England FW Peter Thompson
10 England MF Alan Spavin
11 England FW Ian Matthews
Manager England George Bargh

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