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2023 FA Cup final
Every English football fan and many fans around the world are looking forward to this match. The 2023 FA Cup final. This cup tournament started in the beginning of November 2022. 2 teams finally make it to the final on Saturday, 3 June 2023. These two teams will play 90 minutes to win the trophy. When the score is a tie after 90 minutes, there is 30 minutes extra time and eventually penalty kicks. The FA Cup final is always an exciting match between two competitive teams. We've seen a minimum of 3 goals in the last four finals. Are we going to see a lot of goals this time? Book your FA Cup final tickets via our booking system. Liverpool is contender in the 2023 FA Cup final, they will face...
The FA Cup final is the most exciting domestic match of the season. The FA Cup final will be played after a thrilling competition that starts in August with 368 teams. In the next few rounds extra teams enter the tournament. Until eventually 768 teams participated in the tournament. Two of those 768 teams made it to the final and will fight for the trophy.
FA Cup winners
Arsenal is the only team to win the FA Cup 13 times. Manchester United is on the second spot with 12 FA Cup trophies in their cabinet. Followed by Tottenham Hotspur who won the FA Cup in 8 occasions. FC Liverpool, Chelsea, and Aston Villa have each won the cup 7 times.
FA Cup History
2000 Chelsea 1-0 Aston Villa
2001 Liverpool 2-1 Arsenal
2002 Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea
2003 Arsenal 1-0 Southampton
2004 Manchester United 3-0 Millwall
2005 Arsenal 0-0 Manchester United
2006 Liverpool 3-3 West Ham United
2007 Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United
2008 Portsmouth 1-0 Cardiff City
2009 Chelsea 2-1 Everton
2010 Chelsea 1-0 Porsmouth
2011 Manchester City 1-0 Stoke City
2012 Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool
2013 Wigan Athletic 1-0 Manchester City
2014 Arsenal 3-2 Hull City
2015 Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa
2016 Manchester United 2-1 Crystal Palace (AET)
2017 Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea
2018 Manchester United 0-1 Chelsea
2019 Manchester City 6-0 Watford
2020 Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea
2021 Leicester City 1-0 Chelsea
2022 Liverpool 0-0 Chelsea (Livepool wins on penaltie)
It's an English tradition to play the FA Cup final at Wembley. Wembley is the venue for the final since 1922-1923, with a break between 2000-01 and 2005-06. In that period of time the old Wembley was demolished and the new Wembley was in progress. Since the completion of the new Wembley the final is back where it belongs. Wembley Stadium is based in the area Wembley, in the Northeast of London. The stadium isn't just a football stadium. Several others sports like Rugby, Boxing and American Football take place at Wembley as well. Besides sports, the stadium is also a popular venue for music concerts.