1080 minutes from Wembley, unless you have to replay.
Earlier this year Hitchin Town successfully fought their campaign to “Save Top Field” from redevelopment. Next steps.
Why are people so angry that the FA Cup is to be sponsored by Emirates? Has the removal of one word, ‘sponsored’, lost football forever?
The nervous tension of running a football club on FA Cup match day. Phil Asough talks to Bridlington Town’s Pete Smurthwaite.
Almost every January the tabloids tell us the FA Cup is becoming insignificant and attendances are dropping. We prove that’s bollocks and the FA Cup is better supported than the leagues.
After a public consultation on Saturday, the future of Dulwich Hamlet and it’s Champion Hill home is far from clear.
The only comment you need to read on the FA Commission’s b-side league idea. (Not true but have a read anyway).
Who were the big winners in the qualifying rounds? Who are on course to be our cherished annual BEST TEAM?!
Scott Knowles wonders why some seem to think that the FA Cup needs reforming after enjoying Macclesfield Town’s FA Cup run.
A handy guide to the niceties and pitfalls of the FA Cup 3rd Round
“What exactly do Budweiser think they are going to get out of this that couldn’t be done in a more humane way? They could chuck carrots around a lot more clubs more constructively, more proactively and more beneficially to grassroots football in general.”
Unpalatable as the thought may be, are AFC Wimbledon turning into the beast that nearly killed them? Kingstonian fan Jamie Cutteridge stares the beast in the eye.
1977/78: Jackie Marks, Blyth Spartans coach, interviewed at St James’ Park after the Blyth .v. Wrexham game by Match of the Day:
It’s half-term report time. The qualifying rounds are over and we enter the realms of the ‘proper. What have the FA Cup’s new sponsors done well and what have they done badly?
Well, I’m sure it’s all been said, so I don’t think I’m going to add much to the party but the EPPP storm has broken me.
Gannin’ Away’s Andy Hudson talks to Hebburn’s Dean Nicholson about the FA Cup draw that pitted them against neighbours and Blue Square Bet big boys Gateshead.
The FA Cup makes an appearance at a kids’ football tournament, the kids attention span wanders and parents take the Under 10s section far too seriously. Alan Fisher gets it off his chest …
Juliet Jacques travels from Horley to Horley, returning for FA Cup football and maybe finding something, among the horribly familiar, she’d never encountered before.
“Ladies and Gentlemen, yesterday at Wembley we might have lost the Cup but you the Liverpool people have won everything. You have won the admiration of the policemen in London and you have won the admiration of the public in London.”
“Let He Who Didn’t Watch The FIFA World Cup Cast The First Stone” – John 8:2-1