1975 FA Cup Final
Old Wembley Stadium (external view).jpg
Event1974–75 FA Cup
Date3 May 1975
VenueWembley Stadium, London
RefereePat Partridge
Attendance100,000
1974
1976

The 1975 FA Cup Final was contested by West Ham United and Fulham at Wembley. The Fulham team contained two former England captains in former West Ham captain Bobby Moore, making his last appearance at Wembley, and Alan Mullery. West Ham won 2–0, with the two goals scored by Alan Taylor. The first after Fulham goalkeeper Peter Mellor had parried Billy Jennings shot for Taylor to score; the second five minutes later when Mellor failed to hold Graham Paddon's shot, Taylor following in to score.

The 1975 West Ham United team are the last all-English team to win the FA Cup. It also remains the only occasion that Fulham have appeared in an FA Cup final and their last major final until the 2010 UEFA Europa League Final.

Match details

3 May 1975
15:00 BST
West Ham United 2–0 Fulham Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Pat Partridge
A. Taylor Goal 60' Goal 64' (Report)
West Ham United
Fulham
GK 1 Flag of England Mervyn Day
DF 2 Flag of England John McDowell
DF 3 Flag of England Frank Lampard
MF 4 Flag of England Billy Bonds (c)
DF 5 Flag of England Tommy Taylor
DF 6 Flag of England Kevin Lock
FW 7 Flag of England Billy Jennings
MF 8 Flag of England Graham Paddon
FW 9 Flag of England Alan Taylor
MF 10 Flag of England Trevor Brooking
MF 11 Flag of England Pat Holland
Substitute:
FW 12 Flag of England Bobby Gould
Manager:
Flag of England John Lyall
GK 1 Flag of England Peter Mellor
DF 2 Flag of England John Cutbush
DF 3 Flag of England John Fraser
MF 4 Flag of England Alan Mullery (c)
DF 5 Flag of England John Lacy
DF 6 Flag of England Bobby Moore
FW 7 Flag of England John Mitchell
MF 8 Flag of Republic Ireland Jim Conway
FW 9 Flag of England Viv Busby
MF 10 Flag of England Alan Slough
MF 11 Flag of England Les Barrett
Substitute:
MF 12 Flag of England Barry Lloyd
Manager:
Flag of England Alec Stock

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