1900 FA Cup Final

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1900 FA Cup Final
Event1899–1900 FA Cup
Date21 April 1900
VenueCrystal Palace, London
RefereeArthur Kingscott

The 1900 FA Cup Final was contested at Crystal Palace by Bury and Southampton, neither of whom had reached the final before. Bury won 4–0, with goals by Jasper McLuckie (2), Willie Wood and John Plant. This final was the last of the 19th century and the first victory in the FA Cup for Bury. Although Southampton would reach the final again two years later, they would not win the cup until 1976.

Match details

McLuckie Goal 9, 23'
Wood Goal 16'
Plant Goal 80'
Attendance: 68,945[1]
Referee: Arthur Kingscott (Derby)
Southampton [2]
Fred Thompson
Jack Darroch
Tommy Davidson
Jack Pray
Joe Leeming
George Ross
Billy Richards
Willie Wood
Jasper McLuckie
Charlie Sagar
John Plant
Club secretary:
Harry Spencer Hamer
Jack Robinson
Peter Meechan
Peter Durber
Samuel Meston
Arthur Chadwick
Bob Petrie
Archie Turner
Jimmy Yates
Jack Farrell
Harry Wood
Alf Milward
Club secretary:
Ernest Arnfield


  1. ^ a b Match report at
  2. ^ "FA Cup Final kits, 1900–1909". Archived from the original on 25 September 2008. Retrieved 8 December 2008.
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