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English FA Cup

The English FA Cup, or the FA Cup, is also known as the Football Association Challenge Cup. It is an English football knockout cup organized and named after the FA. The most popular type of FA Cup is the men’s FA Cup competition, which was created in 1871. The competition is one of the largest domestic cup tournaments and one of the most watched from a global standpoint with 762 English Football Clubs participating, and 14 rounds including the final. Clubs playing in the following leagues are eligible to play in the FA Cup: the Premier League, the Football League and the next 6 levels of the English football league system. Manchester United are the most successful English Football Club to win the FA Cup with 11 titles.

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USA TODAY
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Voyageurs host weekend soccer doubleheaders
The Sudbury Star
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New Major League Soccer Team Interested in Queens Site Near Aqueduct
Wall Street Journal
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Major League Soccer Unveils New Logo
Boston.com
Here's how it describes the slash that divides the crest: “The slash refers to soccer's speed and energy. The slash begins outside the perimeter and drives upward at a 45-degree angle to illustrate both the nonstop nature of our game and the rising ...

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