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Yeltz In The Cups - FA Cup History PDF Print E-mail
FA Cup
FA Cup First Round Proper: 1955, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2004
 
The FA Cup was first held in 1871–72. Entry is open to all teams who compete in the Premier League, the Football League and in steps one to five of the FA National League System, as well as selected teams in step 6. This means that clubs of all standards compete, from the largest clubs in England and Wales down to amateur village teams. The tournament has become known for the possibility for "minnows" from the lower divisions to become "giant-killers" by eliminating top clubs from the tournament and even theoretically winning the Cup, although lower division teams rarely progress beyond the early stages. The qualification rounds and a system of byes mean that the very smallest and very biggest teams almost never meet.
 
 Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Home
106
51
17
38
210
169
+41
Away
104
36
17
52
151
213
(62)
Overall
210
87
34
90
361
382
(21)

(100 Past Attendances Unknown, 44 Home, 56 Away)
 
Pld
High
Low
Total
Average
Home
63
3,699 (1990/91)
125 (1975/76)
51,708
821
Away
48
4,514 (1988/89)
155 (2004/05)
46,402
967
Total
111
4,514
125
98,110
884
   
BIGGEST WIN : 2008/09 Halesowen Town 8-1 Meir KA
BIGGEST LOSS : 1898/99 Halesowen Town 2-8 Wellington Town
BIGGEST DRAW : 2-2 on 10 Occasions
HIGHEST AGGREGATE : 1969/70 Telford 7-3 Halesowen Town
                                                          1898/99 Halesowen Town 2-8 Wellington Town
   
           
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