1900 FA Cup Final

The 1900 FA Cup Final was contested at Crystal Palace by Bury and Southampton, neither of whom had reached the final before. Bury won 4–0, with goals by Jasper McLuckie (2), Willie Wood and John Plant. This final was the last of the 19th century and the first victory in the FA Cup for Bury. Although Southampton would reach the final again two years later, they would not win the cup until 1976.

1900 FA Cup Final
Event1899–1900 FA Cup
Bury Southampton
4 0
Date21 April 1900
VenueCrystal Palace, London
RefereeArthur Kingscott
Attendance68,945

Match details

Bury4–0Southampton
McLuckie Goal 9, 23'
Wood Goal 16'
Plant Goal 80'
[1]
Bury
Southampton [2]
Fred Thompson
Jack Darroch
Tommy Davidson
Jack Pray
Joe Leeming
George Ross
Billy Richards
Willie Wood
Jasper McLuckie
Charlie Sagar
John Plant
Club secretary:
Harry Spencer Hamer
Jack Robinson
Peter Meechan
Peter Durber
Samuel Meston
Arthur Chadwick
Bob Petrie
Archie Turner
Jimmy Yates
Jack Farrell
Harry Wood
Alf Milward
Club secretary:
Ernest Arnfield

References

  1. ^ a b Match report at fa-cupfinals.co.uk
  2. ^ "FA Cup Final kits, 1900–1909". Archived from the original on 25 September 2008. Retrieved 8 December 2008.
1899–1900 FA Cup

The 1899–1900 FA Cup was the 29th staging of the world's oldest association football competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup (more usually known as the FA Cup), and the last to be held fully in the 19th Century. The cup was won by Bury, who defeated Southampton 4–0 in the final of the competition, played at Crystal Palace in London.

Matches were scheduled to be played at the stadium of the team named first on the date specified for each round, which was always a Saturday. If scores were level after 90 minutes had been played, a replay would take place at the stadium of the second-named team later the same week. If the replayed match was drawn further replays would be held at neutral venues until a winner was determined. If scores were level after 90 minutes had been played in a replay, a 30-minute period of extra time would be played.

1901–02 Southampton F.C. season

The 1901–02 season was the 17th since the foundation of Southampton F.C. and their eighth in league football, as members of the Southern League.

The club repeated their performance from two seasons earlier, again reaching the FA Cup Final, where they lost to the previous season's losing finalists, Sheffield United after a replay. In the League, they finished in third place behind local rivals Portsmouth and the FA Cup holders, Tottenham Hotspur.

Alf Milward

Alfred Weatherell Milward (12 September 1870 – 1 June 1941) was a professional footballer who played in the 1893 and 1897 FA Cup Finals for Everton and in the 1900 FA Cup Final for Southampton.

Bob Petrie

Robert Petrie (25 October 1874 – 1947) was a professional footballer who won the FA Cup with Sheffield Wednesday in 1896 and was on the losing side in the 1900 FA Cup final with Southampton.

Bury F.C.

Bury Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. The team finished the 2018–19 season as runners-up in EFL League Two to win promotion at the first attempt and will return to EFL League One, the third tier of the English football league system, in 2019–20. Known as "The Shakers", the team play in white shirts and navy blue shorts. Gigg Lane, one of the world's oldest football grounds, has been the club's home venue since 1885. The club's location leads to local derby games with numerous clubs and Bury have long-standing rivalries with Greater Manchester clubs Bolton Wanderers, Oldham Athletic and Rochdale.

Established in 1885, Bury were founder members of the Lancashire League in 1889, and were crowned champions in the 1890–91 and 1891–92 seasons, before being elected to the English Football League (EFL) in 1894. They won the Second Division title in 1894–95 and won their test match to secure promotion into the First Division. They remained in the top-flight for 17 seasons, winning the FA Cup in 1900 with a 4–0 victory over Southampton and again in 1903 with a 6–0 win over Derby County – this remains a record winning margin in an FA Cup final and has only been equalled once, by Manchester City against Watford in 2019. They were relegated to the Second Division at the end of the 1911–12 season, before securing promotion again in 1923–24. Bury lost their top-flight status in 1928–29 and have not since returned. They dropped into the third tier in 1956–57, before winning promotion as champions of the Third Division under the stewardship of Dave Russell in 1960–61. From 1967 to 1971 they were promoted once but, with three relegations found themselves in the Fourth Division for the first time.

Bury won promotion at the end of the 1973–74 campaign and remained in the Third Division until 1979–80. They were in the Fourth Division in September 1995 when Stan Ternent took over as team manager. He led them back to the second tier for the first time in 28 years after securing two consecutive promotions in 1995–96 and 1996–97 – winning promotion as champions in the latter campaign. They remained there for just two seasons and were relegated twice in four seasons, before securing promotion out of League Two in 2010–11. Since then they have switched between League Two and League One, being twice promoted (in 2014–15 and 2018–19) and twice relegated (in 2012–13 and 2017–18).

Dresden United F.C.

Dresden United Football Club was a football club based in the Dresden area of Stoke-on-Trent who were active at the end of the nineteenth century.

Jack Robinson (footballer, born 1870)

John William Robinson (22 April 1870 – 28 October 1931) was a professional footballer who played for, among others Derby County, Southampton and England.

Jasper McLuckie

Jasper McLuckie (1 January 1878 – 1924) was a Scottish footballer who played as a centre-forward. He played in the Football League for Bury and Aston Villa, and the Southern League for Plymouth Argyle. McLuckie scored two goals for Bury in the 1900 FA Cup Final.

Jimmy Yates

James Yates (2 November 1869 – 5 September 1922) was an English professional footballer who played as a right winger in the 1900 FA Cup Final for Southampton.

List of Southampton F.C. players

Southampton Football Club is an English association football club based in Southampton, Hampshire. Founded in 1885 as St Mary's YMA, they became a professional club in 1891 and co-founded the Southern Football League in 1894. Southampton won the Southern League Premier Division championship six times between 1896 and 1904, and were later elected to the Football League Third Division in 1920. The Saints finished as runners-up in their first Football League season, and the following year received promotion to the Second Division as Third Division South champions. The club first entered the First Division in 1966, and currently play in its modern-day counterpart, the Premier League. Southampton won the FA Cup in 1976, reached the final of the League Cup in 1979 and 2017, and won the League Trophy in 2010.Since the club's formation, a total of 207 players have made 100 or more appearances for Southampton. Winger Terry Paine holds the record for the highest number of appearances for the Saints, having played 816 times for the club between 1957 and 1974. As of 2008, nine other players have made more than 400 appearances for Southampton. The club's top goalscorer is Mick Channon, who scored 228 goals in all competitions in two spells with the club, between 1966 and 1977, and from 1979 to 1982. Matt Le Tissier is the only player to have won the Southampton F.C. Player of the Season award three times, while five other players (Peter Shilton, Tim Flowers, James Beattie, Rickie Lambert and José Fonte) have received the accolade twice. Le Tissier is also the only player besides Channon to have scored over 200 goals for Southampton.

List of people from Stoke-on-Trent

This is a list of notable people who were born in or near, or have been residents of the City of Stoke-on-Trent, England. Also listed are people who lived in the area before city status was granted in 1925.

The city was built on the pottery industry, and at the centre of that industry was the Wedgwood family, especially Josiah Wedgwood. Today he is credited with the industrialization of the manufacture of pottery, and is also remembered as a prominent opponent of slavery. Other giants of the pottery industry were Thomas Minton, William Moorcroft, and Josiah Spode.

Many notable residents of Stoke-on-Trent have gone on to achieve recognition in their own field. Legends of rock Slash and Lemmy spent portions of their childhood in the city, whilst Robbie Williams split from Take That to establish himself as a pop megastar in his own right. Local businessmen John Caudwell, Peter Coates, and John Madejski made large fortunes from founding Phones 4u, Bet365, and Auto Trader respectively. A new branch of Christianity in Primitive Methodism was formed from the endeavours of Hugh Bourne and William Clowes. In literature, Arnold Bennett was a prodigious novelist, and often drew on the local area for inspiration, particularly in his 1902 work Anna of the Five Towns. Another famous face is Captain Edward Smith, who went down with his ship, the Titanic, in 1912. In terms of military service, three recipients of the Victoria Cross were native to Stoke-on-Trent. R. J. Mitchell, inventor of the spitfire, also came from the city.

In sporting achievements, local clubs Port Vale and Stoke City have helped to develop the talents of local footballers, and in turn local names such as Roy Sproson, Freddie Steele, and Denis Smith have provided the club's with many years of loyal service. However the most famous player to be associated with the area is Stanley Matthews – the only player to have been knighted while still playing, the Wizard of the Dribble was the inaugural winner of the Ballon d'Or. He played for Stoke and later managed Port Vale. Outside of football, the most significant individual sportsman to hail from the city is Phil Taylor, sixteen-time winner of the World Professional Darts Championship.

Peter Durber

Peter Durber (1873–1963) was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Glossop North End and Stoke. He played in the Southern League for Southampton with whom he played in the 1900 FA Cup Final, beating three First division clubs along the way.

Peter Meechan

Peter Meechan (often misspelled "Meehan") (28 February 1872 – 1915) was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a full-back. He won the English league championship in 1894–95 with Sunderland and the Scottish Football League championship with Celtic in 1895–96. He also played in the 1897 FA Cup Final for Everton and the 1900 FA Cup Final for Southampton, and made one appearance for Scotland in 1896.

Tommy Davidson (footballer)

Thomas Davidson (30 April 1873 – 16 April 1949) was a Scottish professional football full back, best remembered for his time in the Football League with Bury. He made over 110 league appearances and won the 1900 FA Cup with the club.

Wilf Toman

Wilfred Toman (1874 – 2 May 1917) was an English professional footballer who played as a centre forward for Burnley and Everton around the turn of the twentieth century.

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