Winning FA Cup final teams. All the winning players, match action, profiles and statistics.
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Burnley beat Liverpool at Crystal Palace with a goal from Bert Freeman in the last FA Cup final played at Crystal Palace.
In the last cup final before the first world war Sheffield United beat Chelsea 3-0 with goals from James Simmons, Stanley Fazackerley and Joseph Kitchen.
Arsenal faced Huddersfield in the 1932 final. Goals from Alex James and Jack Lambert were enough for victory.
Two goals from William Richardson were enough for a 2-1 victory over local rivals Birmingham City.
Newcastle United came from a goal down to take a 2-1 victory over Arsenal. Both goals came from Jack Allen.
Everton were too strong for Manchester City with goals from Jimmy Stein, Dixie Dean and James Dunn in a 3-0 victory.
Manchester City had to come from a goal down to beat Portsmouth. Fred Tilson was the hero with two late goals.
Sheffield Wednesday beat West Bromwich Albion 4-2 with goals from Jack Palethorpe, Mark Hooper and 2 from Ellis Rimmer.
A single goal from Ted Drake was enough to see off Sheffield United.
Sunderland had to come from behind to beat Preston North End 3-1 with goals from Bob Gurney, Raich Carter and Eddie Burbanks.
Having lost the previous final Preston North End returned to defeat Huddersfield Town with a very late extra time penalty from George Mutch.
In the last FA Cup final before world war two Portsmouth upset the form book by beating Wolves 4-1 to lift the cup. Goals from Barlow, Anderson and two from Parker did the damage.
Derby County faced Charlton Athletic in the first Cup Final after the war and ran out 4-1 winners with two goals from Jackie Stamps and one from Peter Doherty. The opening goal coming from an own goal.
After the disaster of 1946 Charlton Athletic returned to Wembley to face Burnley in the FA Cup final a year later. A goal from Chris Duffy was enough to take the cup back to The Valley.