2016 FA Vase Final

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2016 FA Vase Final
Event 2015–16 FA Vase
Date22 May 2016
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
Referee Stuart Attwell
Attendance46,781
2015
2017

The 2015–16 FA Vase Final was the 42nd final of the Football Association's cup competition for teams at levels 9–11 of the English football league system. The match was contested between Hereford F.C. of the Midland Football League Premier Division (level 9) and Morpeth Town AFC of the Northern Football League Division One (level 9). For the first time ever the final of the FA Trophy was played on the same day at the same venue. [1] Both matches were televised in the UK on BT Sport. [2]

Contents

Morpeth Town AFC won the game 4–1.


Match

Details

Hereford 1–4 Morpeth Town
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Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 46,781
Referee: Stuart Attwell (Birmingham FA)
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GK1 Flag of England.svg Martin Horsell
DF2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jimmy Oates
DF3 Flag of England.svg Joel Edwards (c)
DF5 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ryan Green
DF14 Flag of England.svg Jamie Willets
MF4 Flag of England.svg Rob Purdie
MF8 Flag of England.svg Aaron Birch
MF16 Flag of England.svg Joe Tumelty
MF17 Flag of Ghana.svg Sidirc Grant
FW10 Flag of England.svg Pablo Haysham
FW11 Flag of England.svg Mike Symons
Substitutes:
DF6 Flag of England.svg Nathan Summers
MF7 Flag of Sierra Leone.svg Mustapha Bundu
FW9 Flag of England.svg John Mills
MF12 Flag of England.svg Dylan Bonella
MF18 Flag of England.svg Ross Staley
Manager: Flag of England.svg Peter Beadle
GK1 Flag of England.svg Karl Dryden
DF2 Flag of England.svg Stephen Forster
DF3 Flag of England.svg James Novak
MF4 Flag of England.svg Ben Sayer
DF5 Flag of England.svg Chris Swailes
DF6 Flag of England.svg Michael Hall
MF7 Flag of England.svg Sean Taylor
MF8 Flag of Ireland.svg Keith Graydon (c)
FW9 Flag of England.svg Luke Carr
FW10 Flag of England.svg Michael Chilton
MF16 Flag of England.svg Jordan Fry
Substitutes:
MF14 Flag of England.svg Shaun Bell
FW15 Flag of England.svg Steven Anderson Jr.
GK19 Flag of England.svg Niall Harrison
FW20 Flag of England.svg Dale Pearson
DF25 Flag of England.svg Damien Mullen
Manager: Flag of England.svg Nick Gray and Dave Malone

Man of the match

  • Chris Swailes

Match officials

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

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References

  1. Announcement on the FA website
  2. "Tickets on sale for FA Non-League Finals Day at Wembley". The Football Association . 11 February 2016. Retrieved 27 April 2016.