|Event||1963–64 FA Cup|
|Date||2 May 1964|
|Venue||Wembley Stadium, London|
|Referee||Arthur Holland (Barnsley)|
The 1964 FA Cup Final was the 83rd final of the FA Cup. It took place on 2 May 1964 at Wembley Stadium and was contested between West Ham United and Preston North End.
West Ham, captained by Bobby Moore and managed by Ron Greenwood, won the match 3–2 to win the FA Cup for the first time. Second Division Preston led twice through Doug Holden and Alex Dawson respectively, with John Sissons and Geoff Hurst equalising for West Ham. Ronnie Boyce then scored the winner for the London club in the 90th minute.
Preston's Howard Kendall became the youngest player to play in a Wembley FA Cup Final, aged 17 years and 345 days.He retained this record until 1980, when Paul Allen played in that year's final for West Ham at the age of 17 years and 256 days.
Preston North End
Round 3: Nottingham Forest 0–0 Preston North End
Round 4: Bolton Wanderers 2–2 Preston North End
Round 5: Preston North End 1–0 Carlisle United
Round 6: Oxford United 1–2 Preston North End
Semi-final: Preston North End 2–1 Swansea Town
West Ham United
Round 3: West Ham United 3–0 Charlton Athletic
Round 4: Leyton Orient 1–1 West Ham United
Round 4 Replay: West Ham United 3–0 Leyton Orient
Round 5: Swindon 1–3 West Ham United
Round 6: West Ham United 3–1 Burnley
Semi-final: West Ham United 3–1 Manchester United
|Preston North End||2–3||West Ham United|
| Holden 10'|
| Sissons 11'|
Preston North End
West Ham United
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