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Cup Final Stats Bonanza

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Stories of the Era

Sunday is Everton's first FA Cup final since lifting the trophy in 1995, when Manchester United were overcome 1-0 at Wembley. 

Chelsea's last FA Cup final appearance was the first at the new Wembley - a 1-0 win over Manchester United in 2007 and like Everton in 2009, they began the road to the final with a victory against Macclesfield in the third round. 

The respective win/loss records of the clubs in finals are:

 

P

W

L

Everton

12

5

7

Chelsea

8

4

4

This is only the second time in 19 visits to Wembley that the Toffees have faced a London side - the previous encounter was the loss to Crystal Palace in the 1991 Zenith Data Systems final.

This is the latest date on which the FA Cup final has been played, beating by three days the previous record, when Tottenham beat QPR in the final replay of 1982, which was staged on 27th May.

The losing team has failed to score in the last eight finals staged at Wembley, since Sheffield Wednesday against Arsenal in 1993.

david bretlandwe all love the history off are club but this bit off history is your to change in davey and his players we trust good luck as if you need it

Thursday 28th May 19:53 Report Comment

alan bucklewe had not won for 43 years but we beat fulham so we can beat chelsea ,that year we won the f a cup so we will win.

Thursday 28th May 08:34 Report Comment
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