Everton v West Bromwich Albion, 18 May 1968

Score1-0 to West Bromwich Albion
RefereeLeo Callaghan
CompetitionFA Cup Final
VenueWembley Stadium
Attendance99,665
After extra time (0-0 after 90 mins) The 1968 Cup final was the first final to be televised live in colour. Both teams wore away strips. The first substitute to be used in an FA Cup final was Dennis Clarke for West Bromwich Albion.

0 Everton

Manager: Harry Catterick

1 West Bromwich Albion

Manager: Alan Ashman

Goals:

Goals:

Jeff Astle 93 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Gordon West
Defender Brian Labone (captain)
Defender Ray Wilson
Defender Tommy Wright
Central defender John Hurst
Midfielder Alan Ball
Midfielder Colin Harvey
Midfielder Howard Kendall
Outside Left John Morrissey
Forward Jimmy Husband
Forward Joe Royle

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper John Osborne
Defender Duggie Fraser
Defender/Centre forward John Kaye
Left back Graham Williams (captain)
Centre half John Talbut
Midfielder Tony Brown
Midfielder Ian Collard
Midfielder Bobby Hope
Midfielder Graham Lovett
Outside Left Clive Clark
Forward Jeff Astle

Substitutions:

Substitutions:

Dennis Clarke for John Kaye 46

On the bench:

Central defender Roger Kenyon

On the bench:

Full back Dennis Clarke