1909 FA Cup Final

1909 FA Cup Final

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The 1909 FA Cup Final was the final match of the 1908–09 FA Cup, the 38th season of England's premier club football cup competition. The match was played on 24 April 1909 at Crystal Palace, and was contested by Manchester United and Bristol City, both of the First Division. Manchester United won by a single goal, scored by Sandy Turnbull midway through the first half. This was the first of United's record eleven FA Cup titles to date.

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It was the first time that either team had played in an FA Cup Final, but Manchester United went into the match as favourites, having been league champions the previous season. Despite having lost 1–0 to Bristol City at Bank Street just two weeks earlier, United held a one-point advantage over their opposition with two matches still to play.

Both teams usually wore red shirts, so, prior to the final, the FA issued them with orders to change their kit for the match. United made an event of the presentation of their new kits, hiring...
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