2010–11 FA Cup

The 2010–11 FA Cup (known as The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON for sponsorship reasons) was the 130th season of the world's oldest football knockout competition; the FA Cup. A total of 806 clubs applied to enter of which 759 were accepted,[1] a slight drop compared to the 762 clubs accepted into the 2009–10 competition.

2010–11 FA Cup
The Football Association Challenge Cup
2011 FA Cup Final Victory Parade (1).jpg
Manchester City's victory parade following their 5th title
Country England
 Wales
Dates14 August 2010 - 14 May 2011
Teams759
ChampionsManchester City (5th title)
Runners-upStoke City
Top goal scorer(s)Mathieu Manset
Scott McGleish
(6 goals)

The competition commenced on 14 August 2010 with the Extra preliminary round and concluded on 14 May 2011 with the Final, held at Wembley Stadium.[2] Unusually, this was not the last game of the English domestic season nor the only game played on that day. Wembley Stadium was also hosting the 2011 Champions League Final on 28 May, forcing the FA Cup Final to be played at least two weeks earlier. This meant the Final was played on the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season and, apart from the finalists who were scheduled to play a league match against each other, a full programme of matches was played.

The defending champions were Chelsea, who retained their title in the 2010 final against Portsmouth, but they lost to Everton in the fourth round. The tournament winners were Manchester City, who defeated Stoke City in the final with Yaya Touré scoring the only goal of the match in the 74th minute.[3] The FA Cup winners are normally entitled to a place in the next season's UEFA Europa League unless they have already qualified for that tournament or for the UEFA Champions League; because Manchester City qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League via their top-four finish in the 2010–11 Premier League, Stoke qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League as runners-up.[4]

TeamsEdit

Round Clubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering
at this round
First Round Proper 124 80 32 48 EFL League One
EFL League Two
Second Round Proper 84 40 40 none none
Third Round Proper 64 64 20 44 Premier League
EFL Championship
Fourth Round Proper 32 32 32 none none
Fifth Round Proper 16 16 16 none none
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 none none
Semi-finals 4 4 4 none none
Final 2 2 2 none none

CalendarEdit

The calendar for the 2010–11 FA Cup, as announced by The Football Association:[2]

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round Prize money Player of the Round
Extra Preliminary Round 14 August 2010 201 759 → 558 402: 358th–759th £750 n/a
Preliminary Round 28 August 2010 166 558 → 392 131: 227th–357th £1,500 n/a
First Round Qualifying 11 September 2010 116 392 → 276 66: 161st–226th £3,000 Sam Styles (Oxhey Jets)[5]
Second Round Qualifying 25 September 2010 80 276 → 196 44: 117th–160th £4,500 Sam Higgins (Chelmsford City)[6]
Third Round Qualifying 9 October 2010 40 196 → 156 none £7,500 Justin Marsden (Nuneaton Town)[7]
Fourth Round Qualifying 23 October 2010 32 156 → 124 24: 93rd–116th £12,500 Amari Morgan-Smith (Luton Town)[8]
First round proper 6 November 2010 40 124 → 84 48: 45th–92nd £18,000 Jake Cottrell (FC United of Manchester)[9]
Second round proper 27 November 2010 20 84 → 64 none £27,000 Sam Ashton (FC United of Manchester)[10]
Third round proper 8 January 2011 32 64 → 32 44: 1st–44th £67,500 Kasper Schmeichel (Leeds United)[11]
Fourth round proper 29 January 2011 16 32 → 16 none £90,000 Neal Bishop (Notts County)[12]
Fifth round proper 19 February 2011 8 16 → 8 none £180,000 Matthew Mills (Reading F.C.)
Sixth round proper 12–13 March 2011 4 8 → 4 none £360,000 Kevin Davies (Bolton Wanderers F.C.)[13]
Semi-Finals 16–17 April 2011 2 4 → 2 none £450,000 Joe Hart (Manchester City)[14]
Final 14 May 2011 1 2 → 1 none Winner: £1,800,000
Runner-up: £900,000
Mario Balotelli (Manchester City)

Qualifying roundsEdit

All of the teams that entered the competition, but were not members of the Premier League or The Football League, had to compete in the qualifying rounds.

First round properEdit

Teams from Leagues One and Two entered at this stage, along with the winners from the Fourth Round Qualifying. The draw was held on 24 October 2010 with ties played on the weekend of 6–7 November 2010 apart from Rochdale vs FC United of Manchester which was the only match played on 5 November 2010. It was broadcast on ESPN kicking off its FA Cup campaign with the Northern Premier League club shocking their League One counterparts 3–2. ESPN's next match was on 6 November 2010, where Cambridge United and Huddersfield Town played out a scoreless draw. ITV1's first coverage was Southport vs Sheffield Wednesday on 7 November 2010 with the League One side trouncing their Conference National opponents 5–2.

Tipton Town of the Midland Football Alliance and Hythe Town of the Kent League, both from the ninth tier, were the lowest-ranked teams left in the competition at this stage. Both suffered heavy defeats by league opposition.

6 November 2010 Colchester United (3) 4–3 Bradford City (4) Colchester
15:00 GMT Bond   7'
Mooney   20', 64' (pen.)
Wilson   54'
(Report) Hanson   8', 79'
Syers   32'
Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 2,736
Referee: Iain Williamson
6 November 2010 Corby Town (6) 1–1 Luton Town (5) Corby
15:00 GMT Mackey   14' (Report) Barnes-Homer   83' Stadium: Rockingham Triangle
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Andy Penn
17 November 2010 Replay Luton Town (5) 4–2 Corby Town (6) Luton
19:45 GMT Barnes-Homer   5'
Atieno   29', 62'
Gnakpa   81'
(Report) Walker   84'
Hope   86'
Jarman   25'
Stadium: Kenilworth Road
Attendance: 3,050
Referee: Chris Sarginson
6 November 2010 Harrow Borough (7) 0–2 Chesterfield (4) Harrow, London
14:00 GMT (Report) Boden   74'
Davies   90+3'
Stadium: Earlsmead Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Andy Woolmer
6 November 2010 Notts County (3) 2–0 Gateshead (5) Nottingham
15:00 GMT Davies   22' (pen.)
Rodgers   83'
(Report) Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 3,235
Referee: Wayne Barratt
6 November 2010 Stevenage (4) 0–0 Milton Keynes Dons (3) Stevenage
15:00 GMT (Report) Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 2,956
Referee: Robert Lewis
16 November 2010 Replay Milton Keynes Dons (3) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(6–7 p)
Stevenage (4) Milton Keynes
19:45 GMT Guy   49' (Report) Charles   90+5' Stadium: Stadium:mk
Attendance: 3,977
Referee: Gavin Ward
Penalties
Baldock  
Gleeson  
Carrington  
MacKenzie  
Leven  
O'Hanlon  
Lewington  
Kouo-Doumbé  
Griffin  
Laird  
Mousinho  
Charles  
Long  
Odubade  
Roberts  
Wilson  
7 November 2010 Southport (5) 2–5 Sheffield Wednesday (3) Southport
12:00 GMT Barratt   52'
McGinn   58'
(Report) Teale   11'
Mellor   54'
Morrison   61', 62'
Spurr   64'
Stadium: Haig Avenue
Attendance: 4,490
Referee: Carl Boyeson
6 November 2010 Rotherham United (4) 0–0 York City (5) Sheffield
15:00 GMT (Report) Stadium: Don Valley Stadium
Attendance: 3,227
Referee: Karl Evans
17 November 2010 Replay York City (5) 3–0 Rotherham United (4) York
19:45 GMT Smith   66'
Rankine   71' (pen.), 79'
(Report) Stadium: Bootham Crescent
Attendance: 2,644
Referee: David Coote
6 November 2010 Havant & Waterlooville (6) 0–2 Droylsden (6) Havant
15:00 GMT (Report) Hardiker   57'
Kilheeney   89'
Stadium: West Leigh Park
Attendance: 1,102
Referee: Kevin Johnson
6 November 2010 Bury (4) 2–0 Exeter City (3) Bury
15:00 GMT Sodje   28'
Lees   53'
(Report) Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 2,359
Referee: Oliver Langford
6 November 2010 Cheltenham Town (4) 1–0 Morecambe (4) Cheltenham
15:00 GMT Thomas   80' (Report) Stadium: Whaddon Road
Attendance: 2,066
Referee: Craig Pawson
6 November 2010 Hayes & Yeading United (5) 1–2 Wycombe Wanderers (4) Hayes, London
15:00 GMT Holmes   70' (Report) Beavon   61'
Ainsworth   90+5'
Stadium: Church Road
Attendance: 1,426
Referee: Dave Phillips
6 November 2010 Dagenham & Redbridge (3) 1–1 Leyton Orient (3) Dagenham, London
15:00 GMT Green   45+2' (Report) Revell   45' Stadium: Victoria Road
Attendance: 3,378
Referee: Steve Rushton
16 November 2010 Replay Leyton Orient (3) 3–2 Dagenham & Redbridge (3) Leyton, London
19:45 GMT McGleish   2', 76'
Revell   24'
(Report) Green   67' (pen.)
Taiwo   68'
Stadium: Brisbane Road
Attendance: 2,901
Referee: Simon Hooper
6 November 2010 AFC Wimbledon (5) 0–0 Ebbsfleet United (6) Kingston upon Thames, London
15:00 GMT Jolley   37' (Report) Carew   42' Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 3,219
Referee: Andy Davies
18 November 2010 Replay Ebbsfleet United (6) 2–3 (a.e.t.) AFC Wimbledon (5) Northfleet
19:45 GMT Carew   12' (pen.), 18' (Report) Nwokeji   9'
Moore   90+4', 120+1'
Stadium: Stonebridge Road
Attendance: 2,306
Referee: Keith Hill
6 November 2010 Lincoln City (4) 1–0 Nuneaton Town (6) Lincoln
15:00 GMT Jarrett   90'
Keltie   44'
(Report) Stadium: Sincil Bank
Attendance: 3,084
Referee: Carl Berry
6 November 2010 Mansfield Town (5) 0–1 Torquay United (4) Mansfield
15:00 GMT (Report) Benyon   87' Stadium: Field Mill
Attendance: 2,179
Referee: Michael Naylor
6 November 2010 Hereford United (4) 5–1 Hythe Town (9) Hereford
15:00 GMT Rose   8'
Purdie   21'
Manset   39', 44'
Fleetwood   90+3'
(Report) Mickelborough   26' Stadium: Edgar Street
Attendance: 2,217
Referee: Andy D'Urso
6 November 2010 AFC Bournemouth (3) 5–3 Tranmere Rovers (3) Bournemouth
15:00 GMT McQuoid   1', 4', 57'
Pugh   7'
Feeney   61'
(Report) Cresswell   27'
Goodison   42'
Thomas-Moore   53'
Stadium: Dean Court
Attendance: 3,951
Referee: Brendan Malone
6 November 2010 Chelmsford City (6) 3–2 Hendon (7) Chelmsford
15:00 GMT Higgins   8'
Bricknell   28'
Cook   68'
Pullen   41'
(Report) Busby   43' (pen.), 80' Stadium: Melbourne Stadium
Attendance: 1,685
Referee: Andy Hendley
6 November 2010 Swindon Supermarine (7) 2–1 Eastwood Town (6) South Marston
15:00 GMT Holgate   16'
Wells   27'
(Report) Stevenson   47' Stadium: Hunts Copse
Attendance: 2,603
Referee: John Hopkins
6 November 2010 Rushden & Diamonds (5) 0–1 Yeovil Town (3) Irthlingborough
15:00 GMT (Report) Williams   83' Stadium: Nene Park
Attendance: 1,666
Referee: Mark Brown
6 November 2010 Southampton (3) 2–0 Shrewsbury Town (4) Southampton
15:00 GMT Connolly   90+2'
Lallana   90+2'
(Report) Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 10,410
Referee: Grant Hegley
6 November 2010 Cambridge United (5) 0–0 Huddersfield Town (3) Cambridge
17:30 GMT (Report) Stadium: Abbey Stadium
Attendance: 3,127
Referee: Paul Tierney
16 November 2010 Replay Huddersfield Town (3) 2–1 Cambridge United (5) Huddersfield
19:45 GMT Peltier   90+1'
Roberts   90+4'
(Report) McAuley   53' Stadium: Galpharm Stadium
Attendance: 3,766
Referee: Graham Salisbury
7 November 2010 Burton Albion (4) 1–0 Oxford United (4) Burton upon Trent
15:00 GMT Webster   85' (Report) Stadium: Pirelli Stadium
Attendance: 2,483
Referee: Garry Sutton
6 November 2010 Gillingham (4) 0–2 Dover Athletic (6) Gillingham
15:00 GMT Nutter   70' (Report) Birchall   18'
I'Anson   28'
Stadium: Priestfield Stadium
Attendance: 7,475
Referee: Darren Deadman
6 November 2010 Tamworth (5) 2–1 Crewe Alexandra (4) Tamworth
15:00 GMT Rodman   11'
Thomas   55'
(Report) Westwood   88' Stadium: The Lamb Ground
Attendance: 1,776
Referee: Graham Scott
6 November 2010 Darlington (5) 2–1 Bristol Rovers (3) Darlington
15:00 GMT Brough   14'
Smith   57'
(Report) Hoskins   17' Stadium: The Darlington Arena
Attendance: 1,602
Referee: Jock Waugh
6 November 2010 Guiseley (6) 0–5 Crawley Town (5) Guiseley
15:00 GMT (Report) Tubbs   15'
Neilson   36'
Hall   56'
Brodie   72'
Torres   75'
Stadium: Nethermoor Park
Attendance: 1,609
Referee: Peter Bankes
6 November 2010 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) 0–0 Woking (6) Brighton
15:00 GMT (Report) Stadium: Withdean Stadium
Attendance: 5,868
Referee: Mick Russell
16 November 2010 Replay Woking (6) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(0–3 p)
Brighton & Hove Albion (3) Woking
19:45 GMT Greer   72' (o.g.)
Sogbanmu   103'
(Report) Sparrow   57'
Bennett   105'
Taricco   105+3'
Stadium: Kingfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,193
Referee: Roger East
Penalties
Sogbanmu  
Faulconbridge  
Hammond  
Murray  
Sparrow  
Battipiedi  
Baz  
6 November 2010 Macclesfield Town (4) 2–2 Southend United (4) Macclesfield
15:00 GMT Daniel   8'
Brown   47'
(Report) German   33' (pen.)
Corr   76'
Stadium: Moss Rose
Attendance: 1,582
Referee: Robert Madley
16 November 2010 Replay Southend United (4) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
Macclesfield Town (4) Southend-on-Sea
19:45 GMT Simpson   87'
Corr   105+1'
(Report) Sinclair   61'
Nsiala   99'
Stadium: Roots Hall
Attendance: 2,194
Referee: Dean Whitestone
Penalties
German  
Corr  
Clohessy  
Hall  
Chalmers  
Barnett  
Bencherif  
Reid  
Brown  
5 November 2010 Rochdale (3) 2–3 FC United of Manchester (7) Rochdale
19:45 GMT Elding   53'
Dawson   78'
(Report) Platt   42'
Cottrell   49'
Norton   90+4'
Stadium: Spotland Stadium
Attendance: 7,048
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
6 November 2010 Carlisle United (3) 6–0 Tipton Town (9) Carlisle
15:00 GMT Zoko   5', 19'
Madine   9', 12', 41', 82'
(Report) Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 4,241
Referee: Andy Madley
6 November 2010 Dartford (6) 1–1 Port Vale (4) Dartford
15:00 GMT Bradbrook   39' (Report) McCombe   84' Stadium: Princes Park
Attendance: 3,679
Referee: Phil Gibbs
16 November 2010 Replay Port Vale (4) 4–0 Dartford (6) Burslem
19:45 GMT M. Richards   17' (pen.), 26'
Rigg   57'
J. Richards   72'
(Report) Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 3,590
Referee: Mark Haywood
6 November 2010 Forest Green Rovers (5) 0–3 Northampton Town (4) Nailsworth
15:00 GMT (Report) Johnson   30'
Guinan   40'
Jacobs   76'
Stadium: The New Lawn
Attendance: 1,479
Referee: James Linington
6 November 2010 Fleetwood Town (5) 1–1 Walsall (3) Fleetwood
15:00 GMT Mullan   50' (Report) Richards   4'
McGivern   40'
Stadium: Highbury Stadium
Attendance: 2,319
Referee: Peter Quinn
16 November 2010 Replay Walsall (3) 2–0 Fleetwood Town (5) Walsall
19:45 GMT Reid   58', 90+3' (Report) Stadium: Bescot Stadium
Attendance: 2,056
Referee: Russell Booth
6 November 2010 Barnet (4) 0–0 Charlton Athletic (3) Chipping Barnet, London
15:00 GMT (Report) Stadium: Underhill Stadium
Attendance: 2,684
Referee: Darren Drysdale
16 November 2010 Replay Charlton Athletic (3) 1–0 Barnet (4) Charlton, London
19:45 GMT Reid   18' (Report) Stadium: The Valley
Attendance: 4,803
Referee: Kevin Wright
6 November 2010 Plymouth Argyle (3) 0–4 Swindon Town (3) Plymouth
15:00 GMT Parrett   45+2' (Report) Morrison   23'
Austin   41'
Péricard   52'
Ritchie   69'
Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 5,226
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
6 November 2010 Accrington Stanley (4) 3–2 Oldham Athletic (3) Accrington
15:00 GMT Putterill   8', 52'
Ryan   36'
(Report) Feeney   69'
Stephens  75' (pen.)
Stadium: Crown Ground
Attendance: 2,275
Referee: David Webb
6 November 2010 Hartlepool United (3) 0–0 Vauxhall Motors (6) Hartlepool
15:00 GMT Humphreys   87' (Report) Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 2,381
Referee: Steve Martin
16 November 2010 Replay Vauxhall Motors (6) 0–1 Hartlepool United (3) Ellesmere Port
19:45 GMT (Report) Brown   70' Stadium: Rivacre Park
Attendance: 2,406
Referee: Trevor Kettle
6 November 2010 Stockport County (4) 1–1 Peterborough United (3) Stockport
15:00 GMT Griffin   20' (Report) McLean   28' Stadium: Edgeley Park
Attendance: 2,001
Referee: Andy Haines
16 November 2010 Replay Peterborough United (3) 4–1 Stockport County (4) Peterborough
19:45 GMT Langmead   27'
Mackail-Smith   47'
Tomlin   56'
McLean   90+4'
(Report) Tansey   72' Stadium: London Road Stadium
Attendance: 2,312
Referee: Stuart Attwell
6 November 2010 Brentford (3) 1–1 Aldershot Town (4) Brentford, London
15:00 GMT MacDonald   20' (Report) Small   13' Stadium: Griffin Park
Attendance: 4,090
Referee: Russell Booth
16 November 2010 Replay Aldershot Town (4) 1–0 Brentford (3) Aldershot
19:45 GMT Small   8' (Report) Stadium: Recreation Ground
Attendance: 3,627
Referee: Pat Miller

Second round properEdit

The matches were played on 26, 27 and 29 November 2010 with replays scheduled for 7, 8 and 9 December. Hartlepool United v Yeovil Town and Notts County v AFC Bournemouth were both postponed on their original date, 26 November, and again on 7 December. They were finally played on 14 December.

FC United of Manchester of the Northern Premier League Premier Division and Swindon Supermarine of the Southern League Premier Division, both from the seventh tier, were the lowest-ranked teams left in the competition at this stage. Swindon Supermarine were narrowly defeated 1–0 by Colchester United, but FC United of Manchester managed to force a replay after a 1–1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.

The draw for the second round was notable for the potential meeting of AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons. This would have been the first time the two clubs had met however MK Dons were beaten by Stevenage in their first-round replay.

27 November 2010 Sheffield Wednesday (3) 3–2 Northampton Town (4) Sheffield
15:00 GMT Beevers   6'
Miller   37' (pen.), 90+2' (pen.)
(Report) McKay   56'
Thornton   90+4'
Stadium: Hillsborough Stadium
Attendance: 8,932
Referee: David Foster
27 November 2010 Burton Albion (4) 3–1 Chesterfield (4) Burton upon Trent
15:00 GMT Webster   11'
Maghoma   22'
Collins   90+4'
(Report) Bowery   90+1' Stadium: Pirelli Stadium
Attendance: 3,881
Referee: Mark Brown
27 November 2010 Huddersfield Town (3) 6–0 Macclesfield Town (4) Huddersfield
15:00 GMT Rhodes   19'
Pilkington   35'
Afobe   45+1'
McCombe   49'
Kay   53'
Roberts   73'
(Report) Stadium: Galpharm Stadium
Attendance: 4,924
Referee: Carl Boyeson
27 November 2010 AFC Wimbledon (5) 0–2 Stevenage (4) Kingston upon Thames, London
12:50 GMT Harris   83' (Report) Walker   24'
Odubade   81'
Stadium: Kingsmeadow
Attendance: 3,633
Referee: Keith Stroud
14 December 2010 Hartlepool United (3) 4–2 Yeovil Town (3) Hartlepool
19:45 GMT Sweeney   35', 40', 59'
Humphreys   49'
(Report) A. Williams   18'
Upson   31'
Stadium: Victoria Park
Attendance: 1,914
Referee: Robert Madley
27 November 2010 Bury (4) 1–2 Peterborough United (3) Bury
15:00 GMT Lowe   51' (Report) Tomlin   13'
Mackail-Smith   38'
Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 2,514
Referee: Jon Moss
14 December 2010 Notts County (3) 3–1 AFC Bournemouth (3) Nottingham
19:45 GMT Pearce   18'
Hughes   35'
Cummings   45' (og.)
(Report) Fletcher   84' Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 2,881
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
29 November 2010 Droylsden (6) 1–1 Leyton Orient (3) Droylsden
19:45 GMT Kilheeney   24' (Report) McGleish   73' Stadium: Butcher's Arms Ground
Attendance: 1,762
Referee: Colin Webster
7 December 2010 Replay Leyton Orient (3) 8–2 (a.e.t.) Droylsden (6) Leyton, London
19:45 GMT Chorley   77' (pen.)   79'   90'
Téhoué   89', 99', 107'
M'Poku   93'
McGleish   97', 108', 119'
Forbes   37'
(Report) Kilheeney   6'
Brown   54'
Kerr   84'
Roche   11'   94'
Stadium: Brisbane Road
Attendance: 1,345
Referee: Graham Scott
26 November 2010 Crawley Town (5) 1–1 Swindon Town (3) Crawley
19:45 GMT Tubbs   76' (Report) Austin   66' Stadium: Broadfield Stadium
Attendance: 3,895
Referee: Rob Shoebridge
7 December 2010 Replay Swindon Town (3) 2–3 (a.e.t.) Crawley Town (5) Swindon
19:45 GMT McGovern   18'
Austin   41'
Douglas   45+2'
(Report) B. Smith   16', 118'
P. Smith   69' (o.g.)
Stadium: County Ground
Attendance: 2,955
Referee: Phil Crossley
27 November 2010 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) 1–1 FC United of Manchester (7) Brighton
15:00 GMT Taricco   83' (Report) Platt   40'
McManus   70'
Stadium: Withdean Stadium
Attendance: 5,362
Referee: Dean Whitestone
8 December 2010 Replay FC United of Manchester (7) 0–4 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) Bury
19:45 GMT (Report) Sandaza   25'
Calderón   45+3'
Bennett   86'
Sparrow   90'
Stadium: Gigg Lane
Attendance: 6,900
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
27 November 2010 Southampton (3) 3–0 Cheltenham Town (4) Southampton
15:00 GMT Lallana   8'
Guly   50'
Gobern   87'
(Report) Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 9,276
Referee: Stuart Attwell
27 November 2010 Torquay United (4) 1–0 Walsall (3) Torquay
15:00 GMT Kee   41' (pen.) (Report) Stadium: Plainmoor
Attendance: 2,334
Referee: Danny McDermid
27 November 2010 Charlton Athletic (3) 2–2 Luton Town (5) Charlton, London
15:00 GMT Anyinsah   6'
Jackson   34'
(Report) Drury   30', 83' Stadium: The Valley
Attendance: 8,682
Referee: Oliver Langford
9 December 2010 Replay Luton Town (5) 1–3 Charlton Athletic (3) Luton
19:45 GMT Kroča   38' (Report) Wagstaff   44'
Anyinsah   66'
Jackson   80'
Stadium: Kenilworth Road
Attendance: 5,914
Referee: Steve Tanner[15]
27 November 2010 Colchester United (3) 1–0 Swindon Supermarine (7) Colchester
15:00 GMT Mooney   21' (Report) Stadium: Colchester Community Stadium
Attendance: 3,047
Referee: Dave Phillips
27 November 2010 Hereford United (4) 2–2 Lincoln City (4) Hereford
15:00 GMT Purdie   23'
Manset   86' (pen.)
(Report) Grimes   19'
Carayol   27'
Stadium: Edgar Street
Attendance: 1,803
Referee: Iain Williamson
8 January 2011 Replay Lincoln City (4) 3–4 Hereford United (4) Lincoln
15:00 GMT Clapham   6'
Facey   24'
Grimes   48'
(Report) Manset   4', 72'
Fleetwood   36', 43'
Stadium: Sincil Bank
Attendance: 1,794
Referee: Scott Mathieson
26 November 2010 Port Vale (4) 1–0 Accrington Stanley (4) Burslem
19:45 GMT J.Richards   24' (Report) Stadium: Vale Park
Attendance: 4,016
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
27 November 2010 Wycombe Wanderers (4) 3–1 Chelmsford City (6) High Wycombe
15:00 GMT Rendell   22', 73'
Beavon   84'
(Report) Higgins   59' Stadium: Adams Park
Attendance: 3,205
Referee: Robert Lewis
27 November 2010 Carlisle United (3) 3–2 Tamworth (5) Carlisle
15:00 GMT Madine   50'
Zoko   86'
Chester   90'
(Report) Marshall   30'
Thomas   85'
Stadium: Brunton Park
Attendance: 3,599
Referee: Scott Mathieson
27 November 2010 Dover Athletic (6) 2–0 Aldershot Town (4) River
15:00 GMT Birchall   54', 90' (pen.) (Report) Stadium: Crabble Athletic Ground
Attendance: 4,123
Referee: Brendan Malone
27 November 2010 Darlington (5) 0–2 York City (5) Darlington
15:00 GMT (Report) Sangare   44'
Chambers   90+3'
Stadium: The Darlington Arena
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Paul Tierney

Third round properEdit

The draw was held on 28 November 2010 at Wembley Stadium and made by Noel Gallagher of Oasis and Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian.[16] who bizarrely picked out the balls of the respective clubs that they support (Pizzorno - Leicester City and Gallagher - Manchester City). Premier League and Football League Championship teams also entered at this stage, joining the winners from the second round and completing the entrants. The lowest ranked team in this round was Dover Athletic of the Conference South, the sixth tier of English football. The tie between Wycombe Wanderers and Hereford United was played later than usual due to the fact that the second round replay between Lincoln City and Hereford was delayed. Arsenal narrowly avoided an upset by scoring a stoppage time penalty in their 1–1 draw with Championship side Leeds United. The highly anticipated match in the third round between Manchester United and Liverpool saw United beat Liverpool 1–0 with a Ryan Giggs second-minute penalty. Championship side Leeds United failed to maintain their good showing against Arsenal by losing 3–1. Also Newcastle suffered a massive upset, losing 3–1 to League Two Stevenage.[17]

8 January 2011 Burnley (2) 4–2 Port Vale (4) Burnley
15:00 GMT Carlisle   4'
Mears   21'
Eagles   50'
Alexander   76' (pen.)
Report R. Taylor   15', 82' Stadium: Turf Moor
Attendance: 9,442
Referee: Ilderton
8 January 2011 Coventry City (2) 2–1 Crystal Palace (2) Coventry
15:00 GMT Eastwood   15'
Baker   17'
Report Danns   81' Stadium: Ricoh Arena
Attendance: 8,162
Referee: Pawson
8 January 2011 Bristol City (2) 0–3 Sheffield Wednesday (3) Bristol
15:00 GMT Report Teale   49'
Mellor   55'
Morrison   65'
Stadium: Ashton Gate Stadium
Attendance: 11,378
Referee: Sheldrake
8 January 2011 Fulham (1) 6–2 Peterborough United (3) Fulham, London
15:00 GMT Kamara   32', 59', 76'
Etuhu   45'
Gera   66'
Greening   89'
Report Tomlin   71'
McCann   86' (pen.)
Stadium: Craven Cottage
Attendance: 15,936
Referee: Lee Mason
8 January 2011 Doncaster Rovers (2) 2–2 Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) Doncaster
15:00 GMT Sharp   41'
Hayter   43'
Report Milijaš   38'
Hunt   58' (pen.)
Elokobi   77'
Stadium: Keepmoat Stadium
Attendance: 8,616
Referee: Taylor
18 January 2011 Replay Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) 5–0 Doncaster Rovers (2) Wolverhampton
19:45 GMT Fletcher   5'
Mujangi Bia   61'
Doyle   66'
Jarvis   74'
Jones   90+3'
Report Stadium: Molineux Stadium
Attendance: 10,031
Referee: Friend
8 January 2011 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) 3–1 Portsmouth (2) Brighton
15:00 GMT Wood   26'
Barnes   45' (pen.)
Sandaza   90+1'
Report Kilbey   88'
Kitson   14'
Stadium: Withdean Stadium
Attendance: 7,792
Referee: Scott
8 January 2011 Huddersfield Town (3) 2–0 Dover Athletic (6) Huddersfield
15:00 GMT Arfield   7'
Roberts   8'
Report Stadium: Galpharm Stadium
Attendance: 7,894
Referee: Bates
8 January 2011 West Ham United (1) 2–0 Barnsley (2) Upton Park, London
15:00 GMT Spector   29'
Piquionne   90+4'
Report Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 32,159
Referee: Swarbrick
8 January 2011 Reading (2) 1–0 West Bromwich Albion (1) Reading
15:00 GMT Long   41' Report Olsson   60' Stadium: Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 13,005
Referee: Moss
8 January 2011 Arsenal (1) 1–1 Leeds United (2) Holloway, London
12:45 GMT Fàbregas   90' (pen.) Report Snodgrass   54' (pen.) Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,520
Referee: Dowd
19 January 2011 Replay Leeds United (2) 1–3 Arsenal (1) Leeds
20:00 GMT Johnson   37' Report Nasri   5'
Sagna   35'
Van Persie   76'
Stadium: Elland Road
Attendance: 38,232
Referee: Dean
8 January 2011 Sheffield United (2) 1–3 Aston Villa (1) Sheffield
15:00 GMT Ward   48' (pen.) Report Walker   9'
Albrighton   33'
Petrov   90+3'
A. Young   62'   77'
Stadium: Bramall Lane
Attendance: 16,888
Referee: Jones
9 January 2011 Leicester City (2) 2–2 Manchester City (1) Leicester
16:00 GMT Bamba   1'
King   64'
Report Milner   23'
Tevez   45'
Stadium: Walkers Stadium
Attendance: 31,200
Referee: Dean
18 January 2011 Replay Manchester City (1) 4–2 Leicester City (2) Manchester
19:45 GMT Tevez   15'
Vieira   37'
A. Johnson   38'
Kolarov   90'
Report Gallagher   19' (pen.)
Dyer   83'
Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium
Attendance: 27,755
Referee: Halsey
8 January 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1) 2–0 York City (5) Horwich
15:00 GMT Davies   83'
Elmander   89'
Report Stadium: Reebok Stadium
Attendance: 13,120
Referee: Hill
8 January 2011 Blackburn Rovers (1) 1–0 Queens Park Rangers (2) Blackburn
15:00 GMT Hoilett   77' Report Stadium: Ewood Park
Attendance: 10,284
Referee: Walton
8 January 2011 Swansea City (2) 4–0 Colchester United (3) Swansea
15:00 GMT Monk   25'
Pratley   35'
Van der Gun   68'
Sinclair   82'
Report Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 7,005
Referee: Shoebridge
8 January 2011 Stevenage (4) 3–1 Newcastle United (1) Stevenage
17:30 GMT Williamson   50' (o.g.)
Bostwick   55'
Winn   90+3'
Report Barton   90+2'
Tioté   70'
Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 6,644
Referee: Marriner
8 January 2011 Burton Albion (4) 2–1 Middlesbrough (2) Burton upon Trent
15:00 GMT Harrad   82', 90+4' Report O'Neil   58' Stadium: Pirelli Stadium
Attendance: 5,236
Referee: Tanner
8 January 2011 Millwall (2) 1–4 Birmingham City (1) Bermondsey, London
15:00 GMT Schofield   90+1' Report Derbyshire   17', 45'
Murphy   27'
Jerome   72'
Stadium: The Den
Attendance: 9,841
Referee: Probert
8 January 2011 Southampton (3) 2–0 Blackpool (1) Southampton
15:00 GMT Barnard   53'
Do Prado   88'
Report Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 21,464
Referee: Danny McDermid
8 January 2011 Watford (2) 4–1 Hartlepool United (3) Watford
15:00 GMT Mingoia   66'
Sordell   68', 82'
Graham   90'
Report Sweeney   45' Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 8,950
Referee: Booth
9 January 2011 Chelsea (1) 7–0 Ipswich Town (2) Fulham, London
15:00 GMT Kalou   33'
Sturridge   33', 52'
Edwards   41' (o.g.)
Anelka   49'
Lampard   78', 79'
Report Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,654
Referee: D'Urso
8 January 2011 Sunderland (1) 1–2 Notts County (3) Sunderland
15:00 GMT Bent   81' (pen.) Report Westcarr   5'
Hughes   75'
Stadium: Stadium of Light
Attendance: 17,582
Referee: Attwell
8 January 2011 Scunthorpe United (2) 1–5 Everton (1) Scunthorpe
15:00 GMT Collins   46' Report Saha   4'
Beckford   33'
Coleman   58'
Fellaini   73'
Baines   83'
Stadium: Glanford Park
Attendance: 7,028
Referee: Friend
9 January 2011 Manchester United (1) 1–0 Liverpool (1) Stretford
13:30 GMT Giggs   2' (pen.) Report Gerrard   32' Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 74,727
Referee: Webb
8 January 2011 Hull City (2) 2–3 Wigan Athletic (1) Kingston upon Hull
15:00 GMT Barmby   74', 89' Report Diamé   21', 77'
McManaman   56'
Stadium: KC Stadium
Attendance: 10,433
Referee: Clattenburg
8 January 2011 Stoke City (1) 1–1 Cardiff City (2) Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 GMT Tuncay   45' Report Chopra   8' Stadium: Britannia Stadium
Attendance: 18,629
Referee: Halsey
18 January 2011 Replay Cardiff City (2) 0–2 (a.e.t.) Stoke City (1) Cardiff
19:45 GMT Report Walters   92', 115' Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 13,671
Referee: Walton
9 January 2011 Tottenham Hotspur (1) 3–0 Charlton Athletic (3) Tottenham, London
13:30 GMT Townsend   49'
Defoe   58', 60'
Report Stadium: White Hart Lane
Attendance: 35,698
Referee: Oliver
8 January 2011 Preston North End (2) 1–2 Nottingham Forest (2) Preston
15:00 GMT Carter   35' Report Anderson   50'
Chambers   89'
Stadium: Deepdale
Attendance: 9,636
Referee: Crossley
8 January 2011 Norwich City (2) 0–1 Leyton Orient (3) Norwich
15:00 GMT Report Smith   20' Stadium: Carrow Road
Attendance: 18,087
Referee: Whitestone
8 January 2011 Torquay United (4) 1–0 Carlisle United (3) Torquay
15:00 GMT O'Kane   6' Report Stadium: Plainmoor
Attendance: 3,005
Referee: Phil Gibbs
10 January 2011 Crawley Town (5) 2–1 Derby County (2) Crawley
20:00 GMT McAllister   30'
Torres   90+1'
Report Addison   63' Stadium: Broadfield Stadium
Attendance: 4,145
Referee: Haywood
11 January 2011 Wycombe Wanderers (4) 0–1 Hereford United (4) High Wycombe
19:45 GMT Report Manset   32' Stadium: Adams Park
Attendance: 2,353
Referee: Danny McDermid

Fourth round properEdit

The draw was held on Sunday 9 January 2011.[18] The lowest ranked team left in the competition was Crawley Town of the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. Of the other 31 teams, 15 were from the Premier League, 6 were from The Championship, 6 were from League One, and 4 were from League Two. Three matches went to a replay, Everton v Chelsea, Bolton Wanderers v Wigan Athletic and Manchester City v Notts County.

29 January 2011 Torquay United (4) 0–1 Crawley Town (5) Torquay
15:00 GMT Report Tubbs   39' Stadium: Plainmoor
Attendance: 5,065
Referee: Darren Deadman
29 January 2011 Watford (2) 0–1 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) Watford
15:00 GMT Report Barnes   16' Stadium: Vicarage Road
Attendance: 14,519
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
29 January 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1) 0–0 Wigan Athletic (1) Horwich
15:00 GMT Report Stadium: Reebok Stadium
Attendance: 14,950
Referee: Andre Marriner
16 February 2011 Replay Wigan Athletic (1) 0–1 Bolton Wanderers (1) Wigan
19:45 GMT (Report) Klasnić   66' Stadium: DW Stadium
Attendance: 7,515
Referee: Michael Oliver
30 January 2011 Arsenal (1) 2–1 Huddersfield Town (3) Holloway, London
12:00 GMT P. Clarke   22' (o.g.)
Squillaci   42'
Fàbregas   86' (pen.)
Report A. Lee   66' Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,375
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
30 January 2011 Fulham (1) 4–0 Tottenham Hotspur (1) Fulham, London
16:30 GMT Murphy   11' (pen.), 14' (pen.)
Hangeland   23'
Dembélé   45+3'
Report Dawson   13' Stadium: Craven Cottage
Attendance: 21,829
Referee: Phil Dowd
29 January 2011 Everton (1) 1–1 Chelsea (1) Liverpool
12:30 GMT Saha   62' Report Kalou   75' Stadium: Goodison Park
Attendance: 28,376
Referee: Howard Webb
19 February 2011 Replay Chelsea (1) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
Everton (1) Fulham, London
12:30 GMT Lampard   104' Report Baines   119' Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,113
Referee: Phil Dowd
Penalties
Lampard  
Drogba  
Anelka  
Essien  
Cole  
  Baines
  Jagielka
  Arteta
  Heitinga
  Neville
29 January 2011 Southampton (3) 1–2 Manchester United (1) Southampton
17:15 GMT Chaplow   45' Report Owen   65'
Hernández   75'
Stadium: St Mary's Stadium
Attendance: 28,792
Referee: Martin Atkinson
29 January 2011 Swansea City (2) 1–2 Leyton Orient (3) Swansea
12:50 GMT Van der Gun   45' Report Smith   35'
Tate   88' (o.g.)
Stadium: Liberty Stadium
Attendance: 6,281
Referee: Stuart Attwell
29 January 2011 Burnley (2) 3–1 Burton Albion (4) Burnley
15:00 GMT Eagles   29', 70'
Paterson   94'
Report Calvin Zola   80' Stadium: Turf Moor
Attendance: 11,664
Referee: Jon Moss
29 January 2011 Birmingham City (1) 3–2 Coventry City (2) Birmingham
15:00 GMT Bentley   35'
Parnaby   67'
Phillips   73'
Report King   11'
Wood   26'
Stadium: St Andrew's
Attendance: 16,669
Referee: Mike Dean
29 January 2011 Stevenage (4) 1–2 Reading (2) Stevenage
15:00 GMT Charles   72' Report Leigertwood   23'
Long   87'
Stadium: Broadhall Way
Attendance: 6,614
Referee: Anthony Taylor
29 January 2011 Aston Villa (1) 3–1 Blackburn Rovers (1) Birmingham
13:00 GMT Clark   11'
Pires   35'
Delfouneso   42'
Report Kalinić   18' Stadium: Villa Park
Attendance: 26,067
Referee: Lee Probert
29 January 2011 Sheffield Wednesday (3) 4–1 Hereford United (4) Sheffield
15:00 GMT Potter   15'
Morrison   69', 79'
Johnson   77'
Fleetwood   9' Stadium: Hillsborough
Attendance: 16,578
Referee: Steve Tanner
30 January 2011 West Ham United (1) 3–2 Nottingham Forest (2) Upton Park, London
14:00 GMT Obinna   4', 42', 52' (pen.) Report Adebola   18'
McGoldrick   40'
Stadium: Boleyn Ground
Attendance: 29,287
Referee: Michael Oliver
30 January 2011 Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) 0–1 Stoke City (1) Wolverhampton
13:00 GMT Report Huth   81' Stadium: Molineux Stadium
Attendance: 11,967
Referee: Mike Jones
30 January 2011 Notts County (3) 1–1 Manchester City (1) Nottingham
14:00 GMT Bishop   59' Report Džeko   80' Stadium: Meadow Lane
Attendance: 16,587
Referee: Chris Foy
20 February 2011 Replay Manchester City (1) 5–0 Notts County (3) Manchester
14:00 GMT Vieira   37', 58'
Tevez   84'
Džeko   89'
Richards   90'
Report Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium
Attendance: 27,276
Referee: Mike Jones

Fifth round properEdit

The draw was held on Sunday 30 January 2011.[19] For the second consecutive round, the lowest ranked team left in the competition was Crawley Town of the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. They were the first non-League side to make the fifth round since 1994.[20] Of the other 15 teams, 10 were from the Premier League, two from the Championship and three from League One. One match went to a replay, Leyton Orient v Arsenal.

21 February 2011 West Ham United (1) 5–1 Burnley (2) Upton Park, London
20:00 GMT Hitzlsperger   23'
Cole   48', 50'
Reid   59'
Sears   90'
Report Rodriguez   71' Attendance: 24,488
Referee: Martin Atkinson
2 March 2011 Manchester City (1) 3–0 Aston Villa (1) City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
19:45 GMT Y. Touré   5'
Balotelli   25'
Silva   70'
Report Attendance: 25,570
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
19 February 2011 Stoke City (1) 3–0 Brighton & Hove Albion (3) Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
15:00 GMT Carew   14'
Walters   22'
Shawcross   43'
Report Attendance: 21,312
Referee: Howard Webb
19 February 2011 Birmingham City (1) 3–0 Sheffield Wednesday (3) St Andrew's, Birmingham
15:00 GMT Beausejour   6'
Martins   17'
Murphy   53'
Report Attendance: 14,607
Referee: Anthony Taylor
20 February 2011 Leyton Orient (3) 1–1 Arsenal (1) Brisbane Road, London
16:30 GMT Téhoué   89' Report Rosický   53' Attendance: 9,136
Referee: Kevin Friend
2 March 2011 Replay Arsenal (1) 5–0 Leyton Orient (3) Emirates Stadium, London
19:45 GMT Chamakh   7'
Bendtner   30', 43', 62' (pen.)
Clichy   75'
Report Attendance: 59,361
Referee: Lee Mason
1 March 2011 Everton (1) 0–1 Reading (2) Goodison Park, Liverpool
19:30 GMT Report Mills   26' Attendance: 29,976
Referee: Andre Marriner
19 February 2011 Manchester United (1) 1–0 Crawley Town (5) Old Trafford, Manchester
17:15 GMT Brown   28' Report Attendance: 74,778
Referee: Lee Probert
20 February 2011 Fulham (1) 0–1 Bolton Wanderers (1) Craven Cottage, London
15:00 GMT Report Klasnić   19' Attendance: 19,571
Referee: Stuart Attwell

Sixth round properEdit

The draw was held on Sunday 20 February 2011.[21] Reading of The Championship defeated Everton in the Fifth Round, and are the last non-Premier League team remaining in the competition, for the second year running. All seven other teams are from the Premier League.

12 March 2011 Birmingham City (1) 2–3 Bolton Wanderers (1) St Andrew's, Birmingham
12:45 GMT Jerome   38'
Phillips   80'
Report Elmander   21'
K. Davies   66' (pen.)
Lee   90'
Attendance: 23,699
Referee: Phil Dowd
12 March 2011 Manchester United (1) 2–0 Arsenal (1) Old Trafford, Manchester
17:15 GMT Fábio   28'
Rooney   49'
Report Attendance: 74,693
Referee: Chris Foy
13 March 2011 Stoke City (1) 2–1 West Ham United (1) Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
14:00 GMT Huth   12'
Higginbotham   63'
Report Piquionne   30' Attendance: 24,550
Referee: Mike Jones
13 March 2011 Manchester City (1) 1–0 Reading (2) City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
16:45 GMT Richards   74' Report Attendance: 41,150
Referee: Lee Probert

Semi-finalsEdit

 
Before kick off of the Manchester derby FA Cup Semi-final at Wembley Stadium

The draw was conducted by Hope Powell and Fabio Capello at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, 13 March 2011, after the result of the Stoke game, but before the end of the Manchester City game.[22] Ties were played on 16/17 April at Wembley. With Manchester City's victory over Reading, it meant that the Semi-Finals of the Cup would be an all-Premier League affair, and in addition, Wembley Stadium would host its first ever Manchester derby game.

16 April 2011 Manchester City (1) 1–0 Manchester United (1) Wembley Stadium, London
17:15 BST Y. Touré   52' Report Scholes   72' Attendance: 86,549
Referee: Mike Dean
17 April 2011 Bolton Wanderers (1) 0–5 Stoke City (1) Wembley Stadium, London
16:00 BST Report Etherington   11'
Huth   17'
Jones   30'
Walters   68', 81'
Attendance: 75,064
Referee: Howard Webb

FinalEdit

 
Before kick off at the 2010-11 FA Cup Final as Manchester City take on Stoke City at Wembley Stadium
Manchester City (1)1–0Stoke City (1)
Y. Touré   74' Report
Attendance: 88,643

Top scorerEdit

As of 17 April 2011 [23]
Rank Player Club Goals
1   Mathieu Manset Hereford United 6
  Scott McGleish Leyton Orient
3   Gary Madine Carlisle United 5
  Clinton Morrison Sheffield Wednesday
  Jonathan Walters Stoke City
6   Stuart Fleetwood Hereford United 4
  Antony Sweeney Hartlepool United
  Jonathan Téhoué Leyton Orient

Media coverageEdit

In the United Kingdom, ITV were the free to air broadcasters for the third consecutive season while ESPN took over the subscription broadcaster package Setanta Sports held.

International broadcasters

Country Broadcaster
  Albania Tring Sport
  Belgium Prime
  Canada Setanta Sports
  France France Télévisions
  Italy SKY Italia
  Netherlands Eredivisie Live

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