FA Vase

FA Vase

The Football Association Challenge Vase is an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System. For the 2008–09 season 514 entrants were accepted, with two qualifying rounds preceding the six proper rounds, semi-finals (played over two legs) and final to be played at Wembley Stadium.

The 2012 winners were Dunston UTS, who beat West Auckland 2–0, in an all Northern League tie on 13 May at Wembley Stadium.

Read more about FA Vase:  History, Eligibility, Venues, FA Vase Winners and Finalists

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North Ferriby United A.F.C. - History
... in the final qualifying round of the FA Amateur Cup during the 1949–50 season ... They reached the FA Cup third qualifying round in the 1980–81 season, where they lost away to Boston United ... They also reached the fourth round of the FA Vase and the following year went out in the fifth round to Farsley Celtic after losing 2–1 ...
Malmesbury Victoria F.C. - History
... merged with Malmesbury United their greatest succes was reaching the final of the FA Amateur Cup in the 1920–21 season where they lost to Bishop Auckland ... for a couple of seasons during the 1920s, and made their debut in the FA Vase in the 1974–75 season ... campaign, continued from where Swindon Victoria left off and continued to play in the FA Vase ...
A.F.C. Fylde - History - North West Counties League
... On 8 September the club played their first ever match in the FA Vase beating Northern Counties East League Division One club Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 3–0 ... The club had also arranged for the FA Vase trophy to be on display before the game ... On 9 February they reached the Quarter-finals of the FA Vase after they beat Sussex County League leaders, Crowborough Athletic 2–0 in front of a record crowd of 772 at Crowborough's ...
List Of FA Vase Winners
... The Football Association Challenge Vase, commonly known as the FA Vase, is a knockout cup competition in English football, organised by and named after The Football Association (the FA) ... It was staged for the first time in the 1974–75 season, effectively replacing the FA Amateur Cup, which was discontinued after the abolition of official amateur status by the FA ... While the leading teams from the Amateur Cup switched to the existing FA Trophy, the lower-level teams entered the new FA Vase ...
FA Vase Winners and Finalists
... For a full list of FA Vase winners and runners-up, see List of FA Vase winners ... Only five teams have managed to win the FA Vase more than once ... Whitley Bay are the first team to win the FA Vase three times in successive seasons ...

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