1934 FA Charity Shield

The 1934 FA Charity Shield was the 21st FA Charity Shield, a football match between the winners of the previous season's First Division and FA Cup competitions. The match was contested by league champions Arsenal and FA Cup winners Manchester City, and was played at Highbury, the home ground of Arsenal. Arsenal won the game, 4–0.[1]

1934 FA Charity Shield
EventFA Charity Shield
Arsenal Manchester City
4 0
Date28 November 1934
VenueHighbury, London
Attendance10,888

Match details

Arsenal4–0Manchester City
Birkett Goal
Marshall Goal
Drake Goal
Bastin Goal
Arsenal
Manchester City
1 England Frank Moss
2 England George Male
3 England Eddie Hapgood
4 Scotland Frank Hill
5 England Norman Sidey
6 England Wilf Copping
7 England Ralph Birkett
8 Scotland James Marshall
9 England Ted Drake
10 Wales Bob John
11 England Cliff Bastin
Manager: England Herbert Chapman
1 England Frank Swift
2 England Bill Dale
3 England Laurie Barnett
4 Scotland Matt Busby
5 England Sam Cowan
6 England Jackie Bray
7 England Ernie Toseland
8 Scotland Jimmy McLuckie
9 England Fred Tilson
10 England Jimmy Heale
11 England Eric Brook
Manager: England Wilf Wild

References

  1. ^ "England – List of FA Charity/Community Shield Matches". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 30 October 2013.
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