What are the odds on the FA Cup Final 2020? At our last check:
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FA Cup Winners:
2019 - Manchester City.
2018 - Chelsea.
2017 - Arsenal.
2016 - Manchester United.
2015 - Arsenal.
2014 - Arsenal.
2013 - Wigan Athletic.
2012 - Chelsea.
2011 - Manchester City.
2010 - Chelsea.
Mini FA Cup Quiz (Answers Below):
1. In which year was the first FA Cup Final broadcast on television?
2. Wembley Stadium was opened in 1923 in time for the FA Cup Final. Can you name either of the 2 teams who played in the final?
3. Who is the FA Cups all time top scorer?
FA Cup Quiz Answers:
2. Bolton Wanderers or West ham.
3. Ian Rush, 35 goals.FA Cup Final News Headlines
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- As a result, they've moved into the Premier League top four, reached the Champions League semi-finals, and secured a spot on the FA Cup final.
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- ... after the Belgium star suffered ankle and foot injuries during last weekend's FA Cup semi-final defeat against Chelsea. The 29-year-old limped off in ...
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Jorginho: Lampard wasn't ready for Chelsea job, skipped a few steps
- ... took charge at Stamford Bridge in 2019 to replace Maurizio Sarri and led the club to a top four finish and an FA Cup final during his debut campaign.