FA Youth Cup Finals of the 2000s

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FA Youth Cup Finals from 2000 to 2009.

2008–09: Arsenal vs Liverpool (4–1 and 2–1, 6–2 Aggregate)Edit

First legEdit

Arsenal4–1Liverpool
Sunu   20'
Wilshere   34' (pen.)
Watt   57'
Emmanuel-Thomas   66'
Report Kačaniklić  36'
Attendance: 33,662
Referee: Lee Mason

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Arsenal
No. Position Player
1   GK James Shea
2   DF Craig Eastmond
3   DF Thomas Cruise
4   MF Emmanuel Frimpong   17'
5   DF Kyle Bartley
6   DF Luke Ayling
7   MF Henri Lansbury
8   MF Francis Coquelin
9   FW Gilles Sunu   75'
10   MF Jack Wilshere   90'
11   MF Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (c)
Sub   FW Rhys Murphy   75'
Sub   GK Charlie Mann
Sub   FW Sanchez Watt   17'
Sub   MF Conor Henderson   90'
Sub   DF Cedric Evina
Liverpool
No. Position Player
1   GK Dean Bouzanis
2   DF Karl Clair
3   DF Christopher Buchtmann
4   DF Daniel Ayala
5   DF Joe Kennedy (c)
6   MF Andre Wisdom
7   MF David Amoo
8   MF Steven Irwin
9   FW Lauri Dalla Valle   80'
10   FW Tom Ince
11   MF Alexander Kačaniklić   64'
Sub   FW Nathan Eccleston   64'
Sub   GK Deale Chamberlain
Sub   MF Michael Roberts
Sub   MF Alex Cooper
Sub   DF Jack Robinson   80'

Second legEdit

Liverpool1–2Arsenal
Dalla Valle   52' Report Watt   25'
Ayala   70' (o.g.)
Attendance: 7,792
Referee: Lee Mason

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Liverpool
No. Position Player
1   GK Dean Bouzanis
2   DF Steven Irwin
3   DF Jack Robinson
4   DF Daniel Ayala
5   DF Joe Kennedy (c)
6   MF Andre Wisdom   84'
7   MF David Amoo
8   MF Christopher Buchtmann   84'
9   FW Lauri Dalla Valle
10   FW Tom Ince
11   MF Alexander Kačaniklić   46'
Sub   FW Nathan Eccleston   46'
Sub   GK Deale Chamberlain
Sub   MF Alex Cooper   84'
Sub   MF Michael Roberts
Sub   DF Karl Clair   84'
Arsenal
No. Position Player
1   GK James Shea
2   DF Craig Eastmond
3   DF Thomas Cruise   83'
4   MF Jack Wilshere
5   DF Kyle Bartley
6   DF Luke Ayling
7   MF Henri Lansbury
8   MF Francis Coquelin
9   FW Gilles Sunu   68'
10   MF Sanchez Watt
11   MF Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (c)   83'
Sub   FW Rhys Murphy   68'
Sub   GK Charlie Mann
Sub   MF Oğuzhan Özyakup
Sub   MF Conor Henderson   83'
Sub   DF Cedric Evina   83'

2007–08: Manchester City vs Chelsea (1–1, 3–1)Edit

First legEdit

Chelsea1–1Manchester City
Kakuta   66' Sturridge   49'
Attendance: 11,890
Referee: Peter Walton

Second legEdit

Manchester City3–1Chelsea
Mee   23'
Weiss   34'
Ball   86' (pen.)
Report McGivern   6' (o.g.)

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester City
No. Position Player
1   GK Greg Hartley
2   DF Dedryck Boyata   82'
3   DF Ben Mee (c)
4   DF Kieran Trippier   90+5'
5   DF Ryan McGivern
6   MF Andrew Tutte
7   MF Vladimír Weiss
8   MF Scott Kay
9   FW David Ball
10   FW Róbert Mak
11   MF Donal McDermott
Sub   GK Filip Mentel
Sub   MF Abdisalam Ibrahim   90+5'
Sub   MF Angelos Tsiaklis   82'
Sub   FW Alex Nimely
Sub   FW James Poole
Chelsea
No. Position Player
1   GK Rhys Taylor
2   DF Seth Nana Twumasi (c)
3   DF Jeffrey Bruma
4   DF Patrick van Aanholt
5   DF Ben Gordon   72'
6   MF Michael Woods
7   MF Sergio Tejera
8   MF Jacob Mellis   90'
9   FW Gaël Kakuta
10   FW Morten Nielsen   54'
11   FW Miroslav Stoch
Sub   GK Aldi Haxhia
Sub   FW Adam Phillip   54'
Sub   DF Frank Nouble   72'
Sub   DF Jack Saville
Sub   MF Tom Taiwo

2006–07: Liverpool vs Manchester United (1–2 and 1–0, 2–2 Aggregate, 4–3 Penalty shootout)Edit

First legEdit

Liverpool1–2Manchester United
Lindfield   16' Report Threlfall   49' (o.g.)
Hewson   74' (pen.)
Attendance: 19,518

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Liverpool
No. Position Player
1   GK Martin Hansen
2   DF Stephen Darby
3   DF Michael Burns
4   DF Jay Spearing (c)
5   DF Robbie Threlfall
6   MF Charlie Barnett
7   MF Jimmy Ryan
8   MF Ryan Flynn
9   FW Craig Lindfield
10   FW Lee Woodward   67'
11   MF Ray Putterill
12   FW Steven Irwin
13   GK David Roberts
14   MF Sean Highdale
15   MF Ben Parsonage
16   FW Nathan Eccleston   67'
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1   GK Ron-Robert Zieler
2   DF Richard Eckersley
3   DF Corry Evans
4   DF Kenny Strickland
5   DF James Chester
6   MF Danny Drinkwater   75'
7   MF Danny Welbeck
8   MF Sam Hewson (c)
9   FW Febian Brandy   90'
10   FW Chris Fagan
11   MF Danny Galbraith
12   MF Conor McCormack
13   GK Gary Woods
14   MF Antonio Bryan   75'
15   MF Matty James   90'
16   DF Scott Moffatt

Second legEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester United
No. Position Player
1   GK Ron-Robert Zieler
2   DF Richard Eckersley
3   DF Corry Evans   99'
4   DF Kenny Strickland
5   DF James Chester
6   MF Danny Drinkwater   72'
7   MF Danny Welbeck   87'
14   MF Sam Hewson (c)
9   FW Febian Brandy
10   FW Chris Fagan
11   MF Danny Galbraith
Sub   GK Gary Woods
Sub   DF Scott Moffatt   99'
Sub   MF Antonio Bryan   72'
Sub   MF Magnus Wolff Eikrem   87'
Sub   MF Conor McCormack
Liverpool
No. Position Player
1   GK David Roberts
2   DF Jay Spearing (c)
3   DF Robbie Threlfall
4   DF Stephen Darby
5   DF Michael Burns
6   MF Jimmy Ryan   94'
7   MF Ray Putterill
8   MF Ryan Flynn
9   FW Craig Lindfield
10   FW Astrit Ajdarević   81'
11   MF Charlie Barnett
Sub   GK Josh Mimms
Sub   DF Steven Irwin   81'
Sub   MF Sean Highdale
Sub   MF Ben Parsonage
Sub   FW Lee Woodward   94'

2005–06: Liverpool vs Manchester City (3–0 and 0–2, 3–2 Aggregate)Edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Liverpool
No. Position Player
1   GK David Roberts
2   DF Stephen Darby
3   DF Robbie Threlfall
4   DF Jack Hobbs
5   DF Godwin Antwi
6   MF Charlie Barnett
7   MF Paul Barratt
8   MF Ryan Flynn
9   FW Craig Lindfield
10   MF Paul Anderson
11   MF Adam Hammill
Sub   GK Josh Mimms
Sub   DF Miki Roqué
Sub   MF Jimmy Ryan
Sub   MF Jay Spearing
Sub   FW Michael Nardiello
Manchester City
No. Position Player
1   GK Laurence Matthewson
2   DF Curtis Obeng
3   DF Shaleum Logan
4   DF Sam Williamson
5   DF Garry Breen
6   MF Ashley Williams
7   MF Paul Marshall
8   MF Michael Johnson
9   MF Karl Moore
10   FW Kelvin Etuhu
11   FW Daniel Sturridge
Sub   GK David Vadon
Sub   DF Micah Richards
Sub   DF Michael Daly
Sub   MF Christian Mouritsen
Sub   FW Ched Evans
Sub   MF Adam Clayton
Sub   S. Evans

2004–05: Ipswich Town vs Southampton (1–0 and 2–2, 3–2 Aggregate)Edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Ipswich Town
No. Position Player
1   GK Shane Supple
2   MF Sammy Moore
3   DF Michael Synnott
4   DF James Krause
5   DF Chris Casement
6   DF Aidan Collins
7   MF Cathal Lordan
8   MF Liam Trotter
9   FW Darryl Knights
10   MF Owen Garvan
11   MF Liam Craig
Sub   FW Danny Haynes
Sub   FW Blair Hammond
Sub   FW Charlie Sheringham
Sub   MF Ed Upson
Sub   GK Andy Reynolds
Sub   DF Stuart Ainsley
Southampton
No. Position Player
1   GK Andrew McNeil
2   DF Craig Richards
3   DF Sebastian Wallis-Taylor
4   FW David McGoldrick
5   DF Sean Rudd
6   DF Tim Sparv
7   MF Lloyd James
8   MF Tom Curran
9   FW Theo Walcott
10   FW Leon Best
11   MF Nathan Dyer
Sub   FW Adam Lallana
Sub   MF Feliciano Condesso
Sub   DF Kyle Critchell
Sub   DF Gareth Bale

2003–04: Middlesbrough vs Aston Villa (3–0 and 1–0, 4–0 Aggregate)Edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1   GK David Knight
2   DF Anthony McMahon
3   DF Peter Masters
4   MF Jason Kennedy
5   DF Matthew Bates
6   DF David Wheater
7   MF James Morrison
8   MF Gary Liddle
9   FW Tom Craddock
10   MF Andrew Taylor
11   FW Anthony Peacock
Sub   MF Adam Johnson
Sub   MF Josh Walker
Sub   Danny Read
Aston Villa
No. Position Player
1   GK Bobby Olejnik
2   DF Jamie Ward
3   DF Paul Green
4   MF Craig Gardner
5   DF Magnus Troest
6   DF Gary Cahill
7   MF Christian Kabeya
8   MF Steven Foley-Sheridan
9   FW Gabriel Agbonlahor
10   FW Luke Moore
11   MF Kyle Nix
Sub   DF Lee Grant
Sub   FW Shane Paul
Sub   Oluwaseyi Morgan

2002–03: Manchester United vs Middlesbrough (2–0 and 1–1, 3–1 Aggregate)Edit

Second legEdit

Old Trafford, 25 April 2003
Manchester United – Middlesbrough 1–1 (1–0)
1–0 14 min. Eddie Johnson
1–1 78 min. Gary Liddle
Attendance: 14.849

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Manchester United
No. Position Player
1   GK Luke Steele
2   DF Lee Sims
3   DF Lee Lawrence
4   DF Phil Bardsley
5   DF Paul McShane   75'
6   MF David Jones (Capt.)
7   MF Chris Eagles
8   FW Sylvan Ebanks-Blake   75'
9   FW Eddie Johnson
10   MF Kieran Richardson   78'
11   MF Ben Collett
Sub   DF Mark Howard   75'
Sub   GK Tom Heaton
Sub   FW David Poole   78'
Sub   FW Ramon Calliste   75'
Sub   DF Phil Picken
Manager   Brian McClair
Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1   GK Ross Turnbull
2   DF Anthony McMahon
3   DF Alan Harrison   58'
4   DF Matthew Bates
5   MF Andrew Davies (Capt.)
6   DF David Wheater
7   MF James Morrison
8   MF Andrew Taylor
9   MF Anthony Peacock   46'
10   FW Gary Liddle
11   FW Chris Brunt   85'
Sub   DF Peter Masters   85'
Sub   GK David Knight
Sub   FW Niklas Nordgren   46'
Sub   MF Danny Reed   58'
Sub   MF Jason Kennedy
Manager   Mark Proctor

First legEdit

Riverside Stadium, 15 April 2003
Middlesbrough – Manchester United 0–2 (0–1)
0–1 04 min. Kieran Richardson
0–2 90 min. Ben Collett
Attendance: 8.310

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Middlesbrough
No. Position Player
1   GK Ross Turnbull
2   DF Anthony McMahon
3   DF Alan Harrison
4   DF Matthew Bates
5   MF Andrew Davies (Capt.)
6   DF David Wheater
7   MF James Morrison
8   MF Andrew Taylor
9   MF Anthony Peacock  
10   FW Gary Liddle
11   FW Chris Brunt
Sub   DF Peter Masters
Sub   GK David Knight
Sub   MF Jason Kennedy  
Sub   MF Danny Ready
Sub   FW Niklas Nordgren
Manager   Mark Proctor
Manchester United
No. Position Player
1   GK Luke Steele
2   DF Lee Sims
3   DF Lee Lawrence
4   DF Phil Bardsley
5   DF Paul McShane
6   MF David Jones (Capt.)
7   MF Chris Eagles
8   MF Kieran Richardson
9   MF Ben Collett
10   FW Mads Timm   58'
11   FW Eddie Johnson
Sub   FW Sylvan Ebanks-Blake   58'
Sub   GK Tom Heaton
Sub   FW David Poole
Sub   DF Mark Howard
Sub   FW Ramon Calliste
Manager   Brian McClair

2001–02: Aston Villa vs Everton (4–1 and 0–1, 4–2 Aggregate)Edit

Stefan Moore captained Villa's youth in the final, and was named as man of the match as Villa beat Everton in the first leg.[1]

Wayne Rooney scored eight goals in eight games during Everton's run to the 2002 finals.[2] This included one goal in the final defeat against Aston Villa and, upon scoring, he revealed a T-shirt that read, "Once a Blue, always a Blue."[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Aston Villa
No. Position Player
1   GK Wayne Henderson
2   DF Andrew Wells
3   DF Peter Whittingham
4   MF Colin Marshall
5   DF James O'Connor
6   DF Liam Ridgewell
7   MF Steven Davis
8   MF Peter Hynes
9   FW Stefan Moore
10   MF Steven Foley-Sheridan
11   FW Luke Moore
Sub   DF Ryan Amoo
Sub   FW Michael Husbands
Sub   FW David Scullion
Sub   Mark Atkinson
Everton
No. Position Player
1   GK Andrew Pettinger
2   DF Brian Moogan
3   DF Martin Crowder
4   DF Alan Moogan
5   DF Steven Schumacher
6   MF Craig Garside
7   MF Scott Brown
8   MF Steven Beck
9   FW Michael Symes
10   FW Wayne Rooney
11   MF David Carney
Sub   FW Paul Hopkins
Sub   Franklyn Colbeck
Sub   Alex Cole
Sub   Damon Martland
Sub   Robert Southern

2000–01: Arsenal vs Blackburn Rovers (5–0 and 1–3, 6–3 Aggregate)Edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Arsenal
No. Position Player
1   GK Craig Holloway
2   DF Alex Bailey
3   DF Sebastian Svard
4   DF Ryan Garry
5   DF Nicky Nicolau
6   DF Moritz Volz
7   MF Steve Sidwell
8   MF Rohan Ricketts
9   FW Jerome Thomas
10   MF Jermaine Pennant
11   FW Jérémie Aliadière
Sub   GK Michael Jordan
Sub   DF Justin Hoyte
Sub   DF Ben Chorley
Sub   MF Stephen Santry
Sub   FW Jermaine Brown
Sub   FW Carlin Itonga
Blackburn Rovers
No. Position Player
1   GK Ryan Robinson
2   DF Daniel Stone
3   DF Darren Hockenhull
4   DF Robert Woodhead
5   DF Michael Cole
6   MF Liam Blakeman
7   MF Jerome Watt
8   MF Neil Danns
9   MF Alan Morgan
10   FW Ryan Hevicon
11   FW Jonathan Walters
Sub   MF Ciaran Donnelly
Sub   FW Andrew Bell
Sub   Black

1999–2000: Arsenal vs Coventry City (3–1 and 2–0, 5–1 Aggregate)Edit

First legEdit

Coventry City1–3Arsenal
McSheffrey   85' Thomas   48'
Barrett   65'
Sidwell   68'
Attendance: 10,280
Referee: Steve Bennett

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Coventry City
No. Position Player
1   GK Gary Montgomery
2   DF Richard Spong
3   DF Calum Davenport
4   DF Thomas Cudworth
5   DF Daniel Hall
6   MF Craig Pead
7   MF Craig Strachan
8   MF Lee Fowler
9   MF Robert Betts
9   FW Simon Parkinson
10   FW Gary McSheffrey
Sub   Jason Ashby
Sub   MF Martin Grant
Sub   Mark Magennis
Sub   DF Aaron Shanahan
Sub   GK Adam Mehmet
Arsenal
No. Position Player
1   GK Graham Stack
2   DF Israel da Silva
3   DF Liam Chilvers
4   DF John Halls
5   DF Niccolo Galli
6   MF Rohan Ricketts
7   MF David Noble
8   MF Steve Sidwell
9   FW Jerome Thomas
10   FW Jay Bothroyd
11   FW Graham Barrett
Sub   GK Craig Holloway
Sub   DF Jermaine Brown
Sub   MF Stephen Santry
Sub   FW Jonathan Osei-Kuffour
Sub   FW Ben Chorley
Sub   FW Carlin Itonga

Second legEdit

Arsenal2–0Coventry City
Bothroyd   38'
Sidwell   72'
Attendance: 14,706
Referee: Steve Bennett

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Arsenal
No. Position Player
1   GK Graham Stack
2   DF Moritz Volz
3   DF Liam Chilvers
4   DF John Halls
5   DF Niccolo Galli
6   MF Rohan Ricketts
7   MF David Noble
8   MF Steve Sidwell
9   FW Jermaine Pennant
10   FW Jay Bothroyd
11   FW Graham Barrett
Sub   GK Craig Holloway
Sub   MF Stephen Santry
Sub   FW Jonathan Osei-Kuffour
Sub   FW Ben Chorley
Sub   DF Israel da Silva
Coventry City
No. Position Player
1   GK Gary Montgomery
2   DF Richard Spong
3   DF Calum Davenport
4   DF Thomas Cudworth
5   DF Daniel Hall
6   MF Craig Pead
7   MF Craig Strachan
8   MF Lee Fowler
9   MF Robert Betts
10   FW Gary McSheffrey
11   FW Jason Ashby
Sub   FW Simon Parkinson
Sub   MF Martin Grant
Sub   Mark Magennis
Sub   DF Aaron Shanahan
Sub   GK Adam Mehmet

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kendrick, Mat (24 March 2018). "How we reported Aston Villa's FA Youth Cup triumph in 2002". Birmingham Mail. Retrieved 13 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Wayne Rooney Everton FC Player Profile". Everton F.C. 7 April 2011. Archived from the original on 8 September 2011. Retrieved 7 April 2011.
  3. ^ Power, Alan (23 June 2004). "Is Rooney the new Pele?". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 23 June 2004.