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FA Cup Final 1951

 

FA Cup Final 1951

1951 FA Cup Final
Event 1950–51 FA Cup
Date 28 April 1951
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
1950
1952

The 1951 FA Cup Final was contested by Newcastle United and Blackpool at Wembley on 28 April 1951. Newcastle won 2–0, with both goals scored by Jackie Milburn.

Bill Slater, who played at inside left for losers Blackpool, is now the only surviving player to have appeared in the final following the death of Newcastle's Charlie Crowe in February 2010 at the age of 85.[1]

Match details

28 April 1951
Newcastle United 2–0 Blackpool
Milburn Goal 40' Goal 45' (Report)
Wembley, London
Attendance: 100,000 approx.
Referee: Bill Ling
Newcastle United
Blackpool
 
GK 1 England Jack Fairbrother
RB 2 England Bob Cowell
LB 3 England Bobby Corbett
RH 4 England Joe Harvey (c)
CH 5 Scotland Frank Brennan
LH 6 England Charlie Crowe
OR 7 England Tommy Walker
IR 8 England Ernie Taylor
CF 9 England Jackie Milburn
IL 10 Chile George Robledo
OL 11 Scotland Bobby Mitchell
Manager:
England Stan Seymour
GK 1 Scotland George Farm
RB 2 England Eddie Shimwell
LB 3 England Tommy Garrett
RH 4 England Harry Johnston (c)
CH 5 England Eric Hayward
LH 6 Scotland Hugh Kelly
OR 7 England Stanley Matthews
IR 8 Scotland JackieMudie
CF 9 England Stan Mortensen
IL 10 England Bill Slater
OL 11 England Bill Perry
Manager:
England Joe Smith

References

External links

  • Match report at www.fa-cupfinals.co.uk
  • FA Cup Final lineups


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