Where was the FA Cup Final played in 2014?
2014 FA Cup Final. The 2014 FA Cup Final was the 133rd final of the FA Cup, the world’s oldest football cup competition. The match was contested between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley Stadium on 17 May 2014.
When was the final of the Football League Cup?
The 2014 Football League Cup Final was a football match that took place on 2 March 2014 at Wembley Stadium, London. It was the final match of the 2013–14 Football League Cup, the 54th season of the Football League Cup, a football competition for the 92 teams in the Premier League and The Football League.
Who was the leading scorer in the 2014 FA Cup?
Hull City’s leading scorer was Matty Fryatt with 6 goals, 4 of which had come in the FA Cup. As a Premier League club, Arsenal entered the competition in the third round where they faced their north London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.
When was the draw for the FA Cup semi final?
The semi-final draw took place on 9 March 2015 at approximately 21:45, at Old Trafford, Manchester, and was broadcast on BBC One after the match between Manchester United and Arsenal. In the draw, title holders Arsenal drew Reading , while Aston Villa drew Liverpool . 
When was the second round draw for the FA Cup?
The Second Round draw took place on 10 November 2014 at 19:00, at the National Football Museum. A total of forty teams competed, all of which had progressed from the First Round. The lowest ranked side in this round was Warrington Town, who competed at level 8 of English football.
Who are the teams in the FA Cup?
A total of 80 teams competed, 32 of which had progressed from the Fourth Qualifying Round and 48 from League One and League Two of the Football League. The lowest ranked sides in this round were Norton United and Warrington Town, both of whom competed at level 8 of English football.
When was the first season of the FA Cup?
The 2014–15 FA Cup, also called the 2014–15 FA Challenge Cup, was the 134th occurrence of the FA Cup, the main domestic cup in English football and the oldest knockout competition in the world. It was the first season when the BBC and BT Sport hosted televised matches, seven years after the BBC lost the rights to ITV.