Arsenal v West Ham United, 10 May 1980

Score1-0 to West Ham United
RefereeGeorge Courtney
CompetitionFA Cup Final
VenueWembley Stadium
Attendance100,000
Kick Off: 15:00 BST To date, the 1980 FA Cup Final is the last time a team from outside the top flight has won the FA Cup. The 1980 Cup Final was the 99th final to be played since 1872, and the 52nd to be played at Wembley since 1923. The tie involved Arsenal, who had played in the previous two FA Cup Finals and were a strong First Division side, and two time F.A. Cup winners West Ham United, a Second Division side that had only ever played at Wembley five times before and were huge underdogs on the day.

0 Arsenal

Manager: Terry Neill

1 West Ham United

Manager: John Lyall

Goals:

Goals:

Trevor Brooking 13 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Pat Jennings
Defender/Right back Pat Rice (captain)
Defender/Centre back David O'Leary
Defender/Centre back Willie Young
Midfielder Liam Brady
Midfielder John Devine
Midfielder David Price
Midfielder Graham Rix
Midfielder Brian Talbot
Forward Frank Stapleton
Forward/Midfielder Alan Sunderland

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Phil Parkes
Defender/Right back Ray Stewart
Defender/Centre back Alvin Martin
Defender/Midfielder Billy Bonds (captain)
Defender/Left back Frank Lampard
Midfielder Paul Allen
Midfielder Trevor Brooking
Midfielder Alan Devonshire
Midfielder Geoff Pike
Forward David Cross
Forward Stuart Pearson

Substitutions:

Sammy Nelson for John Devine 61

Substitutions:

On the bench:

Defender Sammy Nelson

On the bench:

Defender Paul Brush