2017 FA Vase Final

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2017 FA Vase Final
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Wembley Stadium hosted the final
Event 2016–17 FA Vase
Date21 May 2017
Venue Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London
Referee Darren England
Attendance38,224 (including FA Trophy Final)
2016
2018

The 2016–17 FA Vase Final was the 43rd 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 Cleethorpes Town and South Shields. This was first time both teams had reached the final and their first visit to Wembley Stadium. The final of the FA Trophy was played on the same day at the same venue for the second year running. Both matches were televised in the UK on BT Sport.

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Cleethorpes Town defeated AFC Emley, Bootle, Billingham Town, Atherton Collieries, Southall and Bromsgrove Sporting en route to the final.

South Shields defeated Esh Winning, Runcorn Linnets, Marske United, Staveley Miners Welfare, last season's champions Morpeth Town, Team Solent, Newport Pagnell Town and Coleshill Town en route to the final.

Route to the final

Cleethorpes Town

12 November 20162R AFC Emley 1–2 Cleethorpes Town Emley
15:00 Stadium: Welfare Ground
Attendance: 215
3 December 20163R Cleethorpes Town 2–1 Bootle Grimsby
15:00 Stadium: The Bradley Football Development Centre
Attendance: 196
7 January 20174R Billingham Town 1–2 Cleethorpes Town Billingham
15:00 Stadium: Bedford Terrace
Attendance: 364
28 January 20175R Cleethorpes Town 3–2 Atherton Collieries Grimsby
15:00 Stadium: The Bradley Football Development Centre
Attendance: 588
18 February 20176R Southall 2–5 Cleethorpes Town Perivale
15:00 Stadium: Reynolds Field
Attendance: 348
11 March 2017SF 1st Bromsgrove Sporting 1–1 Cleethorpes Town Bromsgrove
15:00Stadium: Victoria Ground
Attendance: 3,349
18 March 2017SF 2nd Cleethorpes Town 1–0
(2–1 agg.)
Bromsgrove Sporting Grimsby
15:00Stadium: The Bradley Football Development Centre
Attendance: 1,154

South Shields

17 October 20162RQ Esh Winning 0–4 South Shields Esh Winning
15:00Stadium: West Terrace
Attendance: 266
22 October 20161R South Shields 2–1 Runcorn Linnets South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 1,060
12 November 20162R South Shields 2–0 Marske United South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 1,116
3 December 20163R South Shields 3–0 Staveley Miners Welfare South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 808
7 January 20174R South Shields A-A* Morpeth Town South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 1,545
11 January 20174R South Shields 4–0 Morpeth Town Morpeth
15:00Stadium: Craik Park
Attendance: 826
28 January 20175R Team Solent 2–5 South Shields Southampton
15:00Stadium: Test Park Sports Ground
Attendance: 638
18 February 20176R South Shields 6–1 Newport Pagnell Town South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 3,161
11 March 2017SF 1st Coleshill Town 1–2 South Shields Coleshill
15:00Stadium: Pack Meadow
Attendance: 1,755
18 March 2017SF 2nd South Shields 4–0
(6–1 agg.)
Coleshill Town South Shields
15:00Stadium: Mariners Park
Attendance: 3,464

* – Match abandoned after floodlight failure in the 81st minute (2–4) – rematch moved to Morpeth Town

Match

Details

Cleethorpes Town 0–4 South Shields
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Wembley Stadium, London
Referee: Darren England
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GK1Liam Higton
DF2Tim Lowe
DF5Matt Bloomer
DF6Matty ColemanSub off.svg 70'
DF3Peter Winn
MF7Liam DavisYellow card.svg 19'Sub off.svg 73'
MF4Liam Dickens
MF8Alex Flett (c)
MF11Jonathan Oglesby
FW9Marc CooperSub off.svg 61'
FW10Brody Robertson
Substitutes:
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MF14Jack RichardsonSub on.svg 73'
FW15Andy TaylorSub on.svg 61'
FW16Gary King
DF17Kieran Wressel
Manager: Marcus Newell
GK1Liam Connell
DF12Alex Nicholson
DF5Dillon MorseSoccerball shade.svg 80'
DF4Jon Shaw
DF3Darren Lough
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MF6 Julio Arca (c)
MF8Wayne PhillipsSub off.svg 83'
FW9Gavin CogdonYellow card.svg 69'
FW21Carl FinniganSoccerball shade.svg 43' (pen)Sub off.svg 70'
FW11David FoleySoccerball shade.svg 86'Soccerball shade.svg 89'
Substitutes:
MF7Robert BriggsSub on.svg 55'
MF10Michael RichardsonSub on.svg 70'
DF16Louis Storey
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DF20Darren Holden
Joint-Managers:
Graham Fenton
Lee Picton

Man of the match: Wayne Phillips

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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