2006–07 FA Cup

The 2006–07 FA Cup (known as The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON for sponsorship reasons) was the 126th staging of the world's oldest football knockout competition; FA Cup. This season's edition was the first to be sponsored by E.ON.

The competition started on 18 August 2006 with the first of the record number of 687 teams entering in the Extra Preliminary Round and concluded on 19 May 2007 with the Final, held at the new Wembley Stadium.[1]

For information on the matches played from the Extra Preliminary Round to the final Qualifying Round, see FA Cup 2006-07 Qualifying Rounds.

Chelsea claimed this season's FA Cup with a hard-fought 1–0 victory over Manchester United, with Didier Drogba scoring the winning goal in the dying minutes of extra-time. Manchester United had played against top-flight opponents in each round, as they had when they won the Cup in 1948.

2006–07 FA Cup
Country England
Defending championsLiverpool
ChampionsChelsea (4th title)
Runners-upManchester United
Top goal scorer(s)Frank Lampard (6 goals)


Round Date Fixtures Clubs Byes/Exemptions Prize money
Extra Preliminary Round 19 August 2006 129 687 → 558 none £500
Preliminary Round 2 September 2006 166 558 → 392 203: 227th–429th £1,000
First Round Qualifying 16 September 2006 116 392 → 276 66: 161st–226th £2,250
Second Round Qualifying 30 September 2006 80 276 → 196 44: 117th–160th £3,750
Third Round Qualifying 14 October 2006 40 196 → 156 none £5,000
Fourth Round Qualifying 28 October 2006 32 156 → 124 24: 93rd–116th £10,000
First Round Proper 11 November 2006 40 124 → 840 48: 45th–92nd £16,000
Second Round Proper 2 December 2006 20 84 → 64 none £24,000
Third Round Proper 6 January 2007 32 64 → 32 44: 1st–44th £40,000
Fourth Round Proper 27 January 2007 16 32 → 16 none £60,000
Fifth Round Proper 17 February 2007 8 16 → 80 none £120,000
Sixth Round Proper 10 March 2007 4 8 → 4 none £300,000
Semi-finals 14 April 2007 2 4 → 2 none £900,000
Final 19 May 2007 1 2 → 1 none £1,000,000

The results below detail the results from the First Round Proper onwards.

First round proper

Matches played on weekend of Saturday, 11 November 2006. The draw was made by Will Greenwood and Neil Back, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking.

Tie no Home team Score Away team Attendance
1 A.F.C. Bournemouth 4–0 Boston United 4,263
2 Wycombe Wanderers 2–1 Oxford United 6,279
3 Peterborough United 3–0 Rotherham United 4,281
4 Torquay United 2–1 Leatherhead 2,218
5 Morecambe 2–1 Kidderminster Harriers 1,673
6 Tranmere Rovers 4–2 Woking 4,591
7 Salisbury City 3–0 Fleetwood Town 2,684
8 Chelmsford City 1–1 Aldershot Town 2,838
replay Aldershot Town 2–0 Chelmsford City 2,731
9 Weymouth 2–2 Bury 2,503
replay Bury 4–3 Weymouth 2,231
10 Nottingham Forest 5–0 Yeading 7,704
11 Stafford Rangers 1–1 Maidenhead United 1,526
replay Maidenhead United 0–2 Stafford Rangers 1,934
12 Shrewsbury Town 0–0 Hereford United 5,574
replay Hereford United 2–0 Shrewsbury Town 4,224
13 Northampton Town 0–0 Grimsby Town 4,092
replay Grimsby Town 0–2 Northampton Town 2,657
14 Wrexham 1–0 Stevenage Borough 2,863
15 Chesterfield 0–1 Basingstoke Town 3,539
16 Gainsborough Trinity 1–3 Barnet 1,914
17 Lewes 1–4 Darlington 2,000
18 Clevedon Town 1–4 Chester City 2,261
19 Barrow 2–3 Bristol Rovers 2,939
20 Rushden & Diamonds 3–1 Yeovil Town 2,530
21 Burton Albion 1–2 Tamworth 4,150
22 Farsley Celtic 0–0 Milton Keynes Dons 2,200
replay Milton Keynes Dons 2–0 Farsley Celtic 2,676
23 Brentford 0–1 Doncaster Rovers 3,607
24 Gillingham 4–1 Bromley 5,547
25 York City 0–1 Bristol City 3,525
26 Bishop's Stortford 3–5 King's Lynn 1,750
27 Exeter City 1–2 Stockport County 4,454
28 Newport County 1–3 Swansea City 4,660
29 Kettering Town 3–4 Oldham Athletic 3,481
30 Rochdale 1–1 Hartlepool United 2,098
replay Hartlepool United 0–0 Rochdale 2,788
Hartlepool United won 4–2 on penalties
31 Brighton & Hove Albion 8–0 Northwich Victoria 4,487
32 Mansfield Town 1–0 Accrington Stanley 3,909
33 Cheltenham Town 0–0 Scunthorpe United 2,721
replay Scunthorpe United 2–0 Cheltenham Town 3,074
34 Macclesfield Town 0–0 Walsall 2,018
replay Walsall 0–1 Macclesfield Town 3,114
35 Bradford City 4–0 Crewe Alexandra 3,483
36 Leyton Orient 2–1 Notts County 3,011
37 Swindon Town 3–1 Carlisle United 4,938
38 Huddersfield Town 0–1 Blackpool 6,597
39 Havant & Waterlooville 1–2 Millwall 5,793[2]
40 Port Vale 2–1 Lincoln City 3,884

Second round proper

Matches played on weekend of Saturday, 2 December 2006. The draw was made on 12 November by Graham Gooch and Mike Gatting, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking, and televised live on BBC One.

As mentioned below, Bury defeated Chester City 3–1 at the Deva Stadium but it was soon revealed that Bury had fielded an ineligible player, resulting in them being expelled from the competition and Chester City being reinstated.

Tie no Home team Score Away team Attendance
1 Milton Keynes Dons 0–2 Blackpool 3,837
2 Scunthorpe United 0–2 Wrexham 5,054
3 Brighton & Hove Albion 3–0 Stafford Rangers 5,741
4 Bristol City 4–3 Gillingham 5,663
5 Hereford United 4–0 Port Vale 4,076
6 Macclesfield Town 2–1 Hartlepool United 1,992
7 Stockport County 2–1 Wycombe Wanderers 3,821
8 Bury 2–2 Chester City 3,428
replay Chester City 3–1 Bury 2,810
Bury expelled for fielding an ineligible player; Chester City progress[3]
9 Barnet 4–1 Northampton Town 2,786
10 Tranmere Rovers 1–2 Peterborough United 6,308
11 King's Lynn 0–2 Oldham Athletic 5,444
12 Darlington 1–3 Swansea City 4,183
13 Salisbury City 1–1 Nottingham Forest 3,100
replay Nottingham Forest 2–0 Salisbury City 6,177
14 Torquay United 1–1 Leyton Orient 2,392
replay Leyton Orient 1–2 Torquay United 2,384
15 Bristol Rovers 1–1 Bournemouth 6,252
replay Bournemouth 0–1 Bristol Rovers 4,153
16 Bradford City 0–0 Millwall 4,346
replay Millwall 0–0 Bradford City 3,220
Millwall win 1 – 0 after extra time
17 Swindon Town 1–0 Morecambe 5,942
18 Mansfield Town 1–1 Doncaster Rovers 4,837
replay Doncaster Rovers 2–0 Mansfield Town 5,338
19 Aldershot Town 1–1 Basingstoke Town 4,525
replay Basingstoke Town 1–3 Aldershot Town 3,300
20 Rushden & Diamonds 1–2 Tamworth 2,815

Third round proper

This round marks the entry of the top-flight teams to the competition. Matches were played on the weekend of Saturday, 6 January 2007. The draw was made on 3 December 2006 by Amir Khan and Ricky Hatton, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking, and televised live on BBC One. Replays were held in the week of 16 and 17 January, with the exception of the Luton – QPR replay, which was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Tie no Home team Score Away team Attendance
1 Blackpool 4–2 Aldershot Town 6,355
2 Barnet 2–1 Colchester United 3,075
3 Sheffield United 0–3 Swansea City 15,896
4 Reading 3–2 Burnley 11,514
5 Portsmouth 2–1 Wigan Athletic 14,336
6 Doncaster Rovers 0–4 Bolton Wanderers 14,297
7 West Ham United 3–0 Brighton & Hove Albion 32,874
8 Leicester City 2–2 Fulham 15,499
replay Fulham 4–3 Leicester City 11,222
9 Derby County 3–1 Wrexham 15,609
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2–2 Oldham Athletic 14,524
replay Oldham Athletic 0–2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 9,628
11 Chester City 0–0 Ipswich Town 4,330
replay Ipswich Town 1–0 Chester City 11,732
12 Manchester United 2–1 Aston Villa 74,924
13 Sheffield Wednesday 1–1 Manchester City 28,487
replay Manchester City 2–1 Sheffield Wednesday 25,621
14 Tamworth 1–4 Norwich City 3,165
15 Nottingham Forest 2–0 Charlton Athletic 19,017
16 Cardiff City 0–0 Tottenham Hotspur 20,376
replay Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 Cardiff City 27,641
17 Preston North End 1–0 Sunderland 10,318
18 Liverpool 1–3 Arsenal 43,619
19 Bristol Rovers 1–0 Hereford United 8,978
20 Watford 4–1 Stockport County 11,745
21 Crystal Palace 2–1 Swindon Town 10,238
22 Bristol City 3–3 Coventry City 13,336
replay Coventry City 0–2 Bristol City 13,055
23 Peterborough United 1–1 Plymouth Argyle 6,255
replay Plymouth Argyle 2–1 Peterborough United 9,973
24 Queens Park Rangers 2–2 Luton Town 10,064
replay Luton Town 1–0 Queens Park Rangers 7,494
25 Southend United 1–1 Barnsley 5,485
replay Barnsley 0–2 Southend United 4,944
26 West Bromwich Albion 3–1 Leeds United 16,957
27 Hull City 1–1 Middlesbrough 17,520
replay Middlesbrough 4–3 Hull City 16,702
28 Birmingham City 2–2 Newcastle United 16,444
replay Newcastle United 1–5 Birmingham City 26,099
29 Torquay United 0–2 Southampton 5,396
30 Everton 1–4 Blackburn Rovers 24,426
31 Chelsea 6–1 Macclesfield Town 41,434
32 Stoke City 2–0 Millwall 8,024

Fourth round proper

Matches played on weekend of Saturday, 27 January 2007. The draw was made on 8 January by Hope Powell and Faye White, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking, and televised live on BBC Two and Sky Sports News.

Tie no Home team Score Away team Attendance
1 Arsenal 1–1 Bolton Wanderers 59,778
replay Bolton Wanderers 1–1 Arsenal 21,088
Arsenal win 3 – 1 after extra time
2 West Ham United 0–1 Watford 31,168
3 Bristol City 2–2 Middlesbrough 19,008
replay Middlesbrough 1–1 Bristol City 26,328
2 – 2 after extra time – Middlesbrough win 5 – 4 on penalties
4 Chelsea 3–0 Nottingham Forest 41,516
5 Ipswich Town 1–0 Swansea City 16,635
6 Tottenham Hotspur 3–1 Southend United 33,406
7 Barnet 0–2 Plymouth Argyle 5,204
8 Birmingham City 2–3 Reading 20,041
9 Derby County 1–0 Bristol Rovers 25,033
10 Manchester City 3–1 Southampton 26,496
11 Crystal Palace 0–2 Preston North End 8,422
12 Manchester United 2–1 Portsmouth 71,137
13 Blackpool 1–1 Norwich City 9,491
replay Norwich City 1–1 Blackpool 19,120
Norwich City win 3 – 2 after extra time
14 Luton Town 0–4 Blackburn Rovers 5,887
15 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0–3 West Bromwich Albion 28,107
16 Fulham 3–0 Stoke City 11,059

Fifth round proper

Matches played on the weekend of Saturday, 17 February 2007. The draw took place on Monday, 29 January 2007 and was made by Darren Campbell and Roger Black, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking, and televised live on BBC Two and Sky Sports News.

Tie no Home team Score Away team Attendance
1 Chelsea 4–0 Norwich City 41,537
2 Watford 1–0 Ipswich Town 17,016
3 Preston North End 1–3 Manchester City 18,890
4 Plymouth Argyle 2–0 Derby County 18,026
5 Manchester United 1–1 Reading 70,608
replay Reading 2–3 Manchester United 23,821
6 Arsenal 0–0 Blackburn Rovers 56,761
replay Blackburn Rovers 1–0 Arsenal 18,882
7 Middlesbrough 2–2 West Bromwich Albion 31,491
replay West Bromwich Albion 1–1 Middlesbrough 24,925
1 – 1 after extra time – Middlesbrough win 5 – 4 on penalties
8 Fulham 0–4 Tottenham Hotspur 18,655

Sixth round proper

Matches played on the weekend of Saturday, 10 March 2007. The draw for the round, also known as the quarter-finals, took place on Monday, 19 February 2007 at 1:30pm GMT. The draw was made by Steve McClaren and Terry Venables, adjudicated by Trevor Brooking and televised live on BBC Two. This was the last round in which matches were held on the home grounds of one of the teams. The only non-Premier League team to reach the quarter-finals this season were Plymouth Argyle.

Middlesbrough2–2Manchester United
Cattermole Goal 44'
Boateng Goal 47'
(Report) Rooney Goal 23'
Ronaldo Goal 68' (pen.)
Chelsea3–3Tottenham Hotspur
Lampard Goal 22'71'
Kalou Goal 86'
(Report) Berbatov Goal 5'
Essien Goal 28' (o.g.)
Ghaly Goal 36'
Blackburn Rovers2–0Manchester City
Mokoena Goal 28'
Derbyshire Goal 90'
Plymouth Argyle0–1Watford
(Report) Bouazza Goal 21'


Manchester United1–0Middlesbrough
Ronaldo Goal 76' (pen.) (Report)
Tottenham Hotspur1–2Chelsea
Keane Goal 76' (pen.) (Report) Shevchenko Goal 54'
Wright-Phillips Goal 61'


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Kick off at Chelsea vs Blackburn Rovers

Unlike earlier rounds, matches were played on neutral grounds on the weekend of Saturday, 14 April 2007. There would be no replays even if the matches were drawn; instead, extra time would decide winners immediately thereafter. Only if extra time did not decide the winners, a penalty shootout would decide winners. The draw for the semi-finals took place on Monday, 12 March 2007 at 1:30pm GMT. The draw was made by Ray Clemence, and adjudicated by Trevor Brooking.

Watford1–4Manchester United
Bouazza Goal 26' (Report) Rooney Goal 7'66'
Ronaldo Goal 28'
Richardson Goal 82'
Blackburn Rovers1 – 2
Roberts Goal 64' (Report) Lampard Goal 16'
Ballack Goal 109'


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Chelsea and Manchester United line up before the 2006-07 FA Cup Final - the first at the new Wembley Stadium.

The 126th FA Cup Final was played at the new Wembley Stadium[4] and it was the first FA Cup Final to be played in London since 2000. Similarly to the semi-finals, there would be no replay even if the match was drawn; instead, extra time would be used to decide the winners. If extra time failed to separate the two sides, the match would go to penalties. Chelsea's victory ended Manchester United's hopes of becoming the only English club to win the double four times (having previously won it in 1994, 1996 and 1999), and in doing so, completed their own cup-double.

Chelsea1 – 0 (a.e.t.)Manchester United
Drogba Goal 116' (Report)

Top scorers

As of 15 April 2007 [6]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 England Frank Lampard Chelsea 6
2 England Andy Bishop Bury 5
England Darren Huckerby Norwich City
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane Tottenham Hotspur
England Wayne Rooney Manchester United
Australia Mark Viduka Middlesbrough
7 Nigeria Yakubu Middlesbrough 4
England Matt Derbyshire Blackburn Rovers
England Phil Jevons Bristol City
England Leroy Lita Reading
England Jake Robinson Brighton & Hove Albion
England Richard Walker Bristol Rovers

Player of the Round

Round Player Club
1Q Matt Lewis Halesowen Town
2Q Gary McPhee Nuneaton Borough
3Q Byron Bubb A.F.C. Wimbledon
4Q Paul Booth Lewes
1 Kris Commons Nottingham Forest[7]
2 Phil Jevons Bristol City[8]
3 Jason Puncheon Barnet[9]
4 Jamie McAllister Bristol City[10]
5 Adam Federici Reading[11]
6 Frank Lampard Chelsea[12]
Semi-finals Wayne Rooney Manchester United[13]

Media coverage

In the United Kingdom, the BBC were the free to air broadcasters for the six consecutive season while Sky Sports were the subscription broadcasters for the nineteenth consecutive season.


  1. ^ "FA Cup Final will be at Wembley". BBC Sport website. 27 March 2007. Archived from the original on 30 March 2007. Retrieved 27 March 2007.
  2. ^ (played at Portsmouth)
  3. ^ "Chester take Bury's FA Cup place". BBC News. 20 December 2006. Retrieved 22 April 2010.
  4. ^ Bose, Mihir (16 October 2006). "Wembley to host 2007 FA Cup final". London: Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 22 April 2010.
  5. ^ "Bennett chosen for Final". TheFA.com. Archived from the original on 9 April 2008. Retrieved 19 April 2007.
  6. ^ "2006/2007 FA Cup Top Scorers". World Football. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
  7. ^ Commons lands FA Cup player award
  8. ^ Jevons claims FA Cup player award
  9. ^ Puncheon nets FA Cup player award
  10. ^ McAllister secures FA Cup award
  11. ^ Federici is handed FA Cup award
  12. ^ Lampard triumphs in FA Cup award
  13. ^ Rooney takes the vote
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Chelsea, the Shield holders, qualified for the match as a result of winning the Premier League, which was their second successive league championship. Liverpool entered the competition after winning the FA Cup final against West Ham United 3–1 on penalties.

Watched by a crowd of 56,275, John Arne Riise opened the scoring for Liverpool early in the first half, only for Chelsea's recently signed forward Andriy Shevchenko to equalise shortly before half-time. Both sides had chances to win the match in the second half, but a Peter Crouch goal late in the half ensured Liverpool won the match 2–1, to win the Community Shield for the 15th time.

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Gary McSheffrey was top scorer with 16 goals, of which 13 were scored in the league.

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The large number of clubs entering the tournament from lower down (Levels 5 through 10) in the English football pyramid meant that the competition started with six rounds of preliminary (2) and qualifying (4) knockouts for these non-League teams. The 32 winning teams from Fourth Round Qualifying progressed to the First Round Proper, where League teams tiered at Levels 3 and 4 entered the competition.

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York entered the 2006–07 FA Cup in the fourth qualifying round, beating Newcastle Benfield away before losing at home to Bristol City in the first round. They were knocked out in the first round of the 2006–07 FA Trophy, being beaten by their eventual play-off opponents Morecambe.

28 players made at least one appearance in nationally organised first-team competition, and there were 12 different goalscorers. Striker Craig Farrell played in all 51 first-team matches over the season. Clayton Donaldson finished as leading goalscorer with 26 goals, of which 24 came in league competition, one came in the FA Cup one came in the FA Trophy. The winner of the Clubman of the Year award was Neal Bishop.

2007 FA Community Shield

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The match then went to penalties, in which Chelsea went first. Edwin van der Sar saved Chelsea's first three penalties, leaving Wayne Rooney with the chance to win the match for United.

It was the first Community Shield match to be played at the new Wembley Stadium. Manchester United and Chelsea also contested the last Community Shield (then the Charity Shield) to be played at the old Wembley in 2000, with Chelsea winning the match 2–0.

2007 FA Cup

The 2007 FA Cup can refer to:

FA Cup 2006-07

FA Cup 2007-08

2007 FA Cup Final

The 2007 FA Cup Final was played on Saturday, 19 May 2007 between Chelsea and Manchester United. It was the 126th FA Cup Final and the first to be played at the new Wembley Stadium. Manchester United suffered a 1–0 defeat to Chelsea by Didier Drogba's extra time goal, completing a domestic cup double for the Blues in the 2006–07 season, as they had already won the League Cup Final in February . While United were favourite for playing a double of their own as they had recently beaten Chelsea to the Premier League title two weeks earlier. The game was widely considered to be a disappointment by pundits and fans alike. As a result of Manchester United and Chelsea having already been guaranteed qualification for the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup entry for the FA Cup winner/runner-up went instead to the highest positioned Premier League team who had not already qualified for Europe: Bolton Wanderers.

The match had an attendance of 89,826, the largest for an FA Cup Final since Wimbledon's famous 1–0 win over Liverpool in the 1988 final, when 98,203 attended. Chelsea became only the third club to complete the domestic cup double – Arsenal did it in 1993 and Liverpool in 2001. It was their fourth FA Cup triumph, and their first under the management of José Mourinho. They had won the last FA Cup final at the old Wembley Stadium seven years earlier.

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