1914 FA Cup Final
The 1914 FA Cup Final was the first major cup final that Liverpool participated in since their establishement 22 years prior in 1892. The match was played in front of a crowd of 72,778 at the Crystal Palace stadium- home of Crystal Palace F.C. in London- and was the last FA Cup Final staged at that venue, which had hosted every FA Cup Final since 1895. The match was also notable as being the first English Cup Final to be played in front of the monarchy, with King George V in attendance. Liverpool lost the match 1-0 to Burnley thanks to a goal from former Everton striker Bert Freeman. (more...)

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