FA Cup memorable moments
Five goals were scored within 25 mins in front of 65,000 fans at Crystal Palace as Villa became the first and only club to clinch the 'Double' on the same day.
An estimated 300,000 people squeezed into Wembley. This image of a mounted policeman in the chaos led to the nickname 'The White Horse Final'.
This game became known as the 'Matthews Final'. However, another Stanley, Mortensen, remains the only player to score a hat-trick in an FA Cup final.
Whilst making this save at the feet of Peter Murphy, City keeper Bert Trautmann unknowingly broke his neck. He played on to make some crucial saves.
The Munich air disaster of 1958 savaged Manchester United. The 1963 FA Cup triumph under Matt Busby signalled the rebirth of the club.
Hammers captain Bobby Moore lifts the FA Cup for the first time in the club's history after scoring the winner in a barn-storming final.
Underdogs Sunderland became the first second division club to win the cup since 1931 thanks to Ian Porterfield's goal - an iconic image.
Ricky Villa's winning goal, where he appeared to have the ball glued to his foot, was voted the greatest goal of the 20th century at Wembley.
Defender Kevin Moran (r) became the first player to be sent off in an FA Cup final but Norman Whiteside (l) scored a brilliant winner for ten-man United.
Unfancied Coventry made it to the FA Cup final after 104 years of trying and Keith Houchen's diving header forced extra-time in one of the best finals ever.
Dave Beasant made the first penalty save in FA Cup final history to deny John Aldridge as the Dons stunned newly-crowned league champions Liverpool.
Ian Wright played the role of 'super-sub' when he came off the bench and scored to force extra time, then put Palace ahead. United won the replay.
Spurs became the first club to win the FA Cup for the eighth time but Paul Gascoigne injured himself fouling Gary Charles and was never the same.
Paul Rideout caps arguably the finest season of his career with the winning goal in the FA Cup final, to hand Everton their first major trophy since 1987.
Eric Cantona made his mark at Wembley in 1996, taking a backward step to fire a memorable winning goal past the Liverpool defence.
Roberto Di Matteo scored after just 43 seconds as Boro, who had just been relegated, began their first ever FA Cup final in the worst possible way.
Michael Owen scored a late equaliser against Arsenal. He scored again in the 88th minute to turn what looked like a 1-0 defeat into a 2-1 victory.
Arsenal skipper Patrick Vieira scored the winning penalty in an shootout with his final kick for the club. It remains Arsenal's most recent piece of silverware.
Steven Gerrard smashed in a last-gasp equaliser, his second goal of the game, to force extra time. He scored again as Liverpool won the penalty shootout.
Louis Saha opened the scoring after 25 seconds, setting the record for the fastest goal scored in FA Cup final history, but Everton still lost.