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1974 FA Cup Final

1974 FA Cup Final
Event FA Cup 1973–74
Date 4 May 1974
Venue Wembley Stadium, London

The 1974 FA Cup Final was contested by Liverpool and Newcastle United at Wembley. In a one-sided match Liverpool won 3–0, with goals from Kevin Keegan (2) and Steve Heighway. BBC commentator David Coleman said that Newcastle's defence had been "undressed" by Liverpool. Liverpool left back Alec Lindsay had a goal disallowed, although replays later showed the offside pass that supplied Lindsay's 'goal' came from a Newcastle defender, thus meaning the goal should have stood.

It was manager Bill Shankly's last game in charge of Liverpool, as he retired during the 1974 close season and was succeeded by coach Bob Paisley – though Shankly led them out for the Charity Shield match at the start of the next season.

Match details

4 May 1974
15:00 BST
Liverpool 3–0 Newcastle United
Keegan Goal 57, 88'
Heighway Goal 74'
(Report)
Wembley, London
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Gordon Kew
Liverpool
Newcastle
GK 1 Ray Clemence
RB 2 Tommy Smith
LB 3 Alec Lindsay
CB 4 Phil Thompson
CM 5 Peter Cormack
CB 6 Emlyn Hughes (c)
CF 7 Kevin Keegan
CM 8 Brian Hall
LM 9 Steve Heighway
CF 10 John Toshack
RM 11 Ian Callaghan
Substitute:
DF 12 Chris Lawler
Manager:
Bill Shankly
GK 1 Iam McFaul
RB 2 Frank Clark
LB 3 Alan Kennedy
CM 4 Terry McDermott
CB 5 Pat Howard
CB 6 Bobby Moncur (c)
RW 7 Jimmy Smith Substituted off 70'
CM 8 Tommy Cassidy
ST 9 Malcolm Macdonald
ST 10 John Tudor
LW 11 Terry Hibbitt
Substitute:
MF 12 Tommy Gibb Substituted in 70'
Manager:
Joe Harvey

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Replay if scores still level.
  • One named substitute.

External links

  • LFC History Match Report
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