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SCOTTISH Cup Final, 1937, Hampden Park: 147,365 HAMPDEN Park holds three attendance records, two of which we will get to later on, but this one is the world record for a national cup final match.
If all Mersey cup final comes off this time it will be something to celebrate.
It therefore appears that, if Eriksson is to have his wish fulfilled, Premiership clubs must either agree to finish a week earlier or the FA Cup final will have to be moved before the end of the season.
But I understand a ballot was taken among the 20 Premiership clubs which resulted in only an 11-9 vote in favour of the dinner going ahead on Cup Final night.
It is always disappointing losing Irish Cup finals - and that's the second one we have lost to Linfield in successive years," said Coates, right.
The excitement of winning the league, like we did at Chelsea in 1986, can't compare to thrill of going to the Cup final.
The tourns ament organisers have tended to wait until much later in the season to name the venue for the final of the second-tier competition, but the decision means that the Welsh capital will now host both European finals this season, with the Millennium Stadium having already been confirmed as the venue for the Heineken Cup final.
30pm) with the Mid District Cup final between Merthyr and Mountain Ash at Caerphilly onWednesday, May 19.
Tue, May 26: Caernarfon and District League Moorings Cup final (6.
Among the players who began their professional careers at Rochdale are Geoff Thomas, who captained Crystal Palace against Manchester United in the 1990 FA Cup Final and won nine full England caps; John Pemberton, who also played for Palace in the 1990 final; and David Cross, who was in West Ham's 1980 FA Cup winning side.