1894 FA Cup Final

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1894 FA Cup Final
Event 1893–94 FA Cup
Date31 March 1894
Venue Goodison Park, Liverpool
Referee C. J. Hughes
Attendance37,000 (official)
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The 1894 FA Cup Final was contested by Notts County and Bolton Wanderers at Goodison Park. Notts County won 4–1, with goals by James Logan (3) and Arthur Watson. Jim Cassidy scored for Bolton. Notts County became the first team from outside the top flight to win the FA Cup.

Match details

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Notts County, winning team
Notts County 4–1 Bolton Wanderers
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Goodison Park
Attendance: 37,000
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Notts County
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Bolton Wanderers
GK1 George Toone
FB2 Fay Harper
FB3 Jack Hendry
HB4 Charlie Bramley
HB5 David Calderhead
HB6 Alf Shelton
FW7 Arthur Watson
FW8 Sam Donnelly
FW9 James Logan
FW10 Dan Bruce
FW11 Harry Daft
GK1 John Sutcliffe
FB2 John Somerville
FB3 Di Jones
HB4 Alex Paton
HB5 Archie Hughes
HB6 Harry Gardiner
FW7 Jim Wilson
FW8 Robert Tannahill
FW9 Jim Cassidy
FW10 Joe Dickenson
FW11 Handel Bentley

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