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JVS ON BRISBANE STRIKERS: FFA Cup Round of 16
4 days ago

Is this the strangest ever Emirates FA Cup Goal? | Matc…
Monday, 22 Aug

Speed & Fitness Test - Lionesses | Masterclass
Monday, 22 Aug

JOSH ROSE ON BRISBANE STRIKERS: FFA Cup Round of 16
Monday, 22 Aug

Ronaldo's All-Time Best XI (Does Messi Make it…
Saturday, 20 Aug

Training day at St George's Park | Inside Training
Wednesday, 17 Aug

First look - new 'Next Gen' squad in training…
Tuesday, 16 Aug

Arsenal Ladies 3-2 Notts County Ladies (2016 Continenta…
Monday, 8 Aug

Liverpool v Barcelona/Leicester v Man Utd (Wembley Week…
Monday, 8 Aug

Official - Leicester City 1-2 Manchester United (2016 C…
Monday, 8 Aug

FATV Exclusive Player Cam - Zlatan Ibrahimović v Leice…
Monday, 8 Aug

Ibrahimović's Winning Goal - Leicester 1-2 Man Uni…
Monday, 8 Aug

Lingard, Shaw & Schmeichel on Manchester United 2-1…
Sunday, 7 Aug

Leicester City v Man United - Tunnel Cam (Ibrahimovi…
Sunday, 7 Aug

Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona (Messi & Suarez in action…
Sunday, 7 Aug

 

About England - FA Cup

The FA Cup, is the world's oldest association football competition. For several decades, it's been a platform for fairy tales and upsets with "minnows" like Portsmouth (2008) and Wigan Athletic (2013) conquering England to lift the trophy.

The first ever FA Cup final, in the 1871-72 campaign, was attended by 2,000 spectators. In the 21st century, the number has increased from over 71,000 to almost 90,000 spectators. An interesting fact about FA Cup finals is that none has rivaled the 1922-23 one which is believed to have gathered between 150,000 and 300,000 fans although the official record attendance reads 126,047.

The 136th edition of the English FA Cup runs from August 2016 to May 27, 2017. Manchester United are the defending champions having beaten runners-up Crystal Palace 2-1 in extra-time on May 21, 2016.

Did you know? The 2016-17 FA Cup prize funds amount to a total of £15,132,000 with the overall champion awarded £1,800,000.

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