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2018 FA Trophy Final
After extra time
Brackey Town won 5–4 on penalties
Event2017–18 FA Trophy
Date20 May 2018
VenueWembley Stadium, London
RefereeChris Kavanagh
Attendance31,430
WeatherSunny
2017
2019

The 2018 FA Trophy Final was a football match between Brackley Town and Bromley on 20 May 2018. It was the final match of the 2017–18 FA Trophy, the 49th season of the FA Trophy. Both teams were making their first appearances in the final.

Route to the final

Brackley Town

Third Round Qualifying 25 November 2017 Brackley Town 4–0 Salford City Brackley  
15:00 Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 428
First Round 16 December 2017 Braintree Town 0–0 Brackley Town Braintree  
15:00 Stadium: Cressing Road
Attendance: 249
First Round Replay 19 December 2017 Brackley Town 2–0 Braintree Town Brackley  
19:45 Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 238
Seceond Round 13 January 2018 Brackley Town 0–0 Barrow Brackley  
15:00 Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 512
Second Round Replay 16 January 2018 Barrow 0–2 Brackley Town Barrow-in-Furness  
19:45 Stadium: Holker Street
Attendance: 430
Third Round 3 February 2018 Brackley Town 3–1 Sutton United Brackley  
15:00 Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 767
Quarter-Final 24 February 2018 Stockport County 1–1 Brackley Town Stockport  
15:00 Stadium: Edgeley Park
Attendance: 2,213
Quarter-Final Replay 27 February 2018 Brackley Town Postponed Stockport County Brackley  
19:45 Stadium: St. James Park
Quarter-Final Replay 6 March 2018 Brackley Town 2–1 Stockport County Brackley  
19:45 Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 560
Semi-Final First Leg 17 March 2018 Brackley Town 1–0 Wealdstone Brackley  
15:00 Gudger Soccerball 82' Stadium: St. James Park
Attendance: 1,250
Referee: Charles Breakspear
Semi-Final Second Leg 24 March 2018 Wealdstone 0–2
(0–3 agg.)
Brackley Town Ruislip  
15:00 Byrne Soccerball 55'
Williams
Stadium: Grosvenor Vale
Attendance: 2,008
Referee: Gavin Ward

Bromley

First Round 16 December 2018 Hartley Wintney 0–2 Bromley Hartley Wintney  
15:00 Stadium: The Memorial Playing Fields
Attendance: 482
Second Round 13 January 2018 Blyth Spartans 1–4 Bromley Blyth  
15:00 Stadium: Croft Park
Attendance: 647
Third Round 3 February 2018 Workington 1–1 Bromley Workington  
15:00 Stadium: Borough Park
Attendance: 890
Third Round Replay 6 February 2018 Bromley 7–1 Workington Bromley  
19:45 Stadium: Hayes Lane
Attendance: 604
Quarter-Final 24 February 2018 Bromley 0–0 Spennymoor Town Bromley  
15:00 Stadium: Hayes Lane
Attendance: 1,504
Quarter-Final Replay 27 February 2018 Spennymoor Town Postponed Bromley Spennymoor  
19:45 Stadium: The Brewery Field
Quarter-Final Replay 6 March 2018 Spennymoor Town Postponed Bromley Spennymoor  
19:45 Stadium: The Brewery Field
Quarter-Final Replay 13 March 2018 Spennymoor Town Postponed Bromley Spennymoor  
19:45 Stadium: The Brewery Field
Quarter-Final Replay 14 March 2018 Spennymoor Town 1–2 Bromley Darlington  
19:45 Stadium: Blackwell Meadows
Attendance: 802
Semi-Final First Leg 17 March 2018 Bromley 3–2 Gateshead Bromley  
15:00 Hanlan Soccerball 15' (pen)
Dennis Soccerball 51' Soccerball 82'
Peniket Soccerball 1'
Johnson Soccerball 40'
Stadium: Hayes Lane
Attendance: 1,254
Referee: Dean Whitestone
Semi-Final Second Leg 24 March 2018 Gateshead 1–1
(3–4 agg.)
Bromley Gateshead  
15:00 Barrow Soccerball 69' Kerr Soccerball 5' (o.g.) Stadium: International Stadium
Attendance: 2,264
Referee: Ben Toner

Match

Details

20 May 2018
16:15 BST
Brackley Town 1–1
(a.e.t.)
Bromley Wembley Stadium, London
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Johnson Soccerball 90+6' (o.g.) Bugiel Soccerball 19'
  Penalties  
Byrne -Soccerball shade cross
Williams Soccerball shad check
Diggin Soccerball shad check
Armson Soccerball shad check
G. Walker Soccerball shad check
Brown Soccerball shad check
5–4 Sutherland Soccerball shad check
Raymond Soccerball shad check
Hanlan Soccerball shad check
Rees Soccerball shad check
Bugiel -Soccerball shade cross
Holland -Soccerball shade cross
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GK 1 England Danny Lewis
DF 5 England Alex Gudger
DF 6 England Gaz Dean (c)
DF 3 England Connor Franklin Sub off 78'
MF 2 England Matt Lowe Sub off 111'
MF 7 England Glenn Walker
MF 4 Flag of Republic Ireland Shane Byrne
MF 8 England James Armson
MF 11 England Adam Walker
FW 9 Flag of Zimbabwe Lee Ndlovu Sub off 53'
FW 10 England Aaron Williams
Substitutes:
DF 12 England Ellis Myles Sub on 78'
FW 14 England Andy Brown Sub on 53'
DF 15 England Luke Graham
DF 16 England Theo Streete
FW 17 England Steve Diggin Sub on 111'
Manager:
England Kevin Wilkin
GK 1 England David Gregory
DF 14 England Jordan Higgs
DF 6 England Jack Holland (c)
DF 19 England Roger Johnson
DF 16 Flag of Grenada Tyrone Sterling
MF 21 Flag of Republic Ireland Frankie Sutherland
MF 11 Flag of Wales Adam Mekki Sub off 72'
MF 8 England Frankie Raymond
FW 18 England George Porter Sub off 61'
FW 25 Lebanon Omar Bugiel
FW 10 England Louis Dennis Sub off 68'
Substitutes:
DF 2 Flag of Republic Ireland Alan Dunne
MF 4 England Josh Rees Sub on 61'
DF 5 England Ben Chorley Sub on 72'
FW 9 England Brandon Hanlan Sub on 68'
DF 17 England Dan Johnson
Manager:
England Neil Smith

Man of the match

Match officials

  • Assistant referees:

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.
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