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Images of FA Cup winning Teams

Choose from 85 pictures in our FA Cup Winners collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Aston Villa Team Group - 1895 FA Cup Winners Featured FA Cup Winners Print

Aston Villa Team Group - 1895 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1895 FA Cup Winners Aston Villa Team Group
Beat WBA 1-0 in the first Cup final at Crystal Palace
Back, standing (left to right): John Grierson (trainer), J. Dunkley (Hon Secretary), John (Jack) 'Baldy' Reynolds, C. S. Johnstone (director), Howard Spencer, John Devey, Albert Wilkes, J. T. Lees (director), James William (Jimmy) Welford, Frederick W. Rinder (director), J. E. Margoschis (Chairman).
Seated: George B.Ramsay (Secretary), William Charles (Charlie) Athersmith, Roberts (Bob) Chatt, James Cowan, George Russell, Dennis (Denny) Hodgetts, Steve Smith.
This was the last time the first FA Cup was won before it was stolen

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Aston Villa - 1920 FA Cup Winners Featured FA Cup Winners Print

Aston Villa - 1920 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1919 / 1920 Aston Villa FA Cup Winners - Team Group
They beat Huddersfield Town 1-0 on 24th April 1920 at Stamford Bridge.
Back row (left to right): George Ramsay (Secretary), T. Smart, P.W.M.Bate (Director), Sam Hardy, F. Miles (trainer), Frank Moss, H. Spencer (director).
Middle row: J. Devey (director), Billy Kirton, Andy Ducat, Fred Rinder (Chairman) with the FA Cup trophy, Billy Walker, Clem Stephenson, J. E. Jones (Vice Chairman).
Ground : Charlie Wallace, Frank Barson, Tom Weston, A. Dorrell

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Peter McParland collides with Ray Wood during the 1957 FA Cup Final Featured FA Cup Winners Print

Peter McParland collides with Ray Wood during the 1957 FA Cup Final

Football - 1956 / 1957 FA Cup - Final: Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1
Ray Wood injury incident: United goakeeper Wood, with ball in hands, moments before being shoulder-barged by Villa's Peter McParland at Wembley.
Wood was left unconscious with a broken cheekbone, while teammate Jackie Blanchflower had to take over in goal as no substitutes were allowed

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