1906 FA Cup Final

1906 FA Cup Final
Event 1905–06 FA Cup
Date 21 April 1906
Venue Crystal Palace, London
Referee Fred Kirkham
Attendance 75,609

The 1906 FA Cup Final was contested by Everton and Newcastle United at Crystal Palace. Everton won 1–0, the goal scored by Alex "Sandy" Young.

Match details

21 April 1906
15:29 BST
Everton 1–0 Newcastle United
Young  77'
Crystal Palace, London
Attendance: 75,609
Referee: F. Kirkham (Preston)
Newcastle United[1]
Ireland Billy Scott
England Walter Balmer
England Jack Crelley
England Harry Makepeace
Scotland Jack Taylor (c)
England Walter Abbott
England Jack Sharp
England Hugh Bolton
Scotland Alex "Sandy" Young
England Jimmy Settle
England Harold Hardman
England William C. Cuff
Scotland Jimmy Lawrence
Scotland Andy McCombie
England Jack Carr
Scotland Alex Gardner
Scotland Andy Aitken
Scotland Peter McWilliam
England Jock Rutherford
Scotland James Howie
England Colin Veitch (c)
Scotland Ronald Orr
England Bert Gosnell
Scotland Frank Watt

Match rules

  • 90 minutes
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary
  • Replay if scores still level

Road to the Final

Home teams listed first.

Round 1: Everton 3–1 West Bromwich Albion


Round 2: Chesterfield 0–3 Everton


Round 3: Everton 1–0 Bradford City


Round 4: Everton 4–3 Sheffield Wednesday


Semi-Final: Everton 2–0 Liverpool

Newcastle United
Home teams listed first.

Round 1: Newcastle United 6–0 Grimsby Town


Round 2: Derby County 0–0 Newcastle United

Replay: Newcastle United 2–1 Derby County

Round 3: Newcastle United 5–0 Blackpool


Round 4: Newcastle United 2–2 Birmingham City

Replay: Birmingham City 0–3 Newcastle United

Semi-Final: Woolwich Arsenal 0–2 Newcastle United


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