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FA Cup: List of all winners

Published at :May 25, 2024 at 9:34 PM
Modified at :May 25, 2024 at 9:35 PM
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Rajarshi Shukla


The cup competition has a very long and illustrious history

The FA Cup, often referred to as the Football Association Challenge Cup, is a knockout tournament for English football that is run by and named for The Football Association (the FA). Given that was first played in the 1871–72 season, it is the oldest football competition still in existence. All teams in the top 10 tiers of the English football league system are eligible to participate, but their home stadium must first satisfy specific criteria in order to do so.

The FA Cup Final, formally known as The Football Association Challenge Cup Final Tie, which has historically been considered the grand climax of the English football season, takes place at the conclusion of the league season (often in May). Here is the List of all winners of the FA Cup.

List of FA Cup winners

  • 1871–72 Wanderers
  • 1872–73 Wanderers
  • 1873–74 Oxford University
  • 1874–75 Royal Engineers
  • 1875–76 Wanderers
  • 1876–77 Wanderers
  • 1877–78 Wanderers
  • 1878–79 Old Etonians
  • 1879–80 Clapham Rovers
  • 1880–81 Old Carthusians
  • 1881–82 Old Etonians
  • 1882–83 Blackburn Olympic
  • 1883–84 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1884–85 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1885–86 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1886–87 Aston Villa
  • 1887–88 West Bromwich Albion
  • 1888–89 Preston North End
  • 1889–90 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1890–91 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1891–92 West Bromwich Albion
  • 1892–93 Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • 1893–94 Notts County
  • 1894–95 Aston Villa
  • 1895–96 The Wednesday
  • 1896–97 Aston Villa
  • 1897–98 Nottingham Forest
  • 1898–99 Sheffield United
  • 1899–1900 Bury
  • 1900–01 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1901–02 Sheffield United
  • 1902–03 Bury
  • 1903–04 Manchester City
  • 1904–05 Aston Villa
  • 1905–06 Everton
  • 1906–07 The Wednesday
  • 1907–08 Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • 1908–09 Manchester United
  • 1909–10 Newcastle United
  • 1910–11 Bradford City
  • 1911–12 Barnsley
  • 1912–13 Aston Villa
  • 1913–14 Burnley
  • 1914–15 Sheffield United
  • 1919–20 Aston Villa
  • 1920–21 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1921–22 Huddersfield Town
  • 1922–23 Bolton Wanderers
  • 1923–24 Newcastle United
  • 1924–25 Sheffield United
  • 1925–26 Bolton Wanderers
  • 1926–27 Wales Cardiff City
  • 1927–28 Blackburn Rovers
  • 1928–29 Bolton Wanderers
  • 1929–30 Arsenal
  • 1930–31 West Bromwich Albion
  • 1931–32 Newcastle United
  • 1932–33 Everton
  • 1933–34 Manchester City
  • 1934–35 Sheffield Wednesday
  • 1935–36 Arsenal
  • 1936–37 Sunderland
  • 1937–38 Preston North End
  • 1938–39 Portsmouth
  • 1945–46 Derby County
  • 1946–47 Charlton Athletic
  • 1947–48 Manchester United
  • 1948–49 Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • 1949–50 Arsenal
  • 1950–51 Newcastle United
  • 1951–52 Newcastle United
  • 1952–53 Blackpool
  • 1953–54 West Bromwich Albion
  • 1954–55 Newcastle United
  • 1955–56 Manchester City
  • 1956–57 Aston Villa
  • 1957–58 Bolton Wanderers
  • 1958–59 Nottingham Forest
  • 1959–60 Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • 1960–61 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1961–62 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1962–63 Manchester United
  • 1963–64 West Ham United
  • 1964–65 Liverpool
  • 1965–66 Everton
  • 1966–67 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1967–68 West Bromwich Albion
  • 1968–69 Manchester City
  • 1969–70 Chelsea
  • 1970–71 Arsenal
  • 1971–72 Leeds United
  • 1972–73 Sunderland
  • 1973–74 Liverpool
  • 1974–75 West Ham United
  • 1975–76 Southampton
  • 1976–77 Manchester United
  • 1977–78 Ipswich Town
  • 1978–79 Arsenal
  • 1979–80 West Ham United
  • 1980–81 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1981–82 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1982–83 Manchester United
  • 1983–84 Everton
  • 1984–85 Manchester United
  • 1985–86 Liverpool double-dagger
  • 1986–87 Coventry City
  • 1987–88 Wimbledon
  • 1988–89 Liverpool
  • 1989–90 Manchester United
  • 1990–91 Tottenham Hotspur
  • 1991–92 Liverpool
  • 1992–93 Arsenal
  • 1993–94 Manchester United
  • 1994–95 Everton
  • 1995–96 Manchester United
  • 1996–97 Chelsea
  • 1997–98 Arsenal
  • 1998–99 Manchester United
  • 1999–2000 Chelsea
  • 2000–01 Liverpool
  • 2001–02 Arsenal
  • 2002–03 Arsenal
  • 2003–04 Manchester United
  • 2004–05 Arsenal
  • 2005–06 Liverpool
  • 2006–07 Chelsea
  • 2007–08 Portsmouth
  • 2008–09 Chelsea
  • 2009–10 Chelsea
  • 2010–11 Manchester City
  • 2011–12 Chelsea
  • 2012–13 Wigan Athletic
  • 2013–14 Arsenal
  • 2014–15 Arsenal
  • 2015–16 Manchester United
  • 2016–17 Arsenal
  • 2017–18 Chelsea
  • 2018–19 Manchester City
  • 2019–20 Arsenal
  • 2020–21 Leicester City
  • 2021–22 Liverpool
  • 2022-23: Manchester City
  • 2023-24: Manchester United

**This article was last updated on 25 May 2024.

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