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Utd Finals & Magic Matches DVDs/Videos
Manchester United have been involved in some of the best football matches of all time, from the famous night in May 1999 at the Nou Camp to the Munich Memorial Game when Eric Cantona returned to the Theatre of Dreams. United have won the FA Cup a record 11 times and have also been successful in Europe 3 times; the first time in 1968, beating Benfica 4-1 in the European Cup, then in 1991 in the European Cup Winners Cup against Barcelona, and finally, the Champions League in the Treble winning season. Below, we've put together a list of all the Cup Finals and magic matches available (and some now sadly deleted) on DVD and video.
United European Finals & Other European DVDs and Videos
2009 Champions League Final - Man Utd v Barcelona

FC Barcelona's Road To Rome - UEFA Champions League Final 2009
FC Barcelona created history on Wednesday 27th May 2009 as they won the UEFA Champions League in Rome thanks to goals from Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi. In a superb display of the type of football that has typified what has been a magnificent season, Barca became the first team from the Spanish league to complete the unique treble as they ended Manchester United's run of 25 games unbeaten in the European competition. Relive their glory again in this fantastic final. Join them on their Road to Rome, their first round group qualifier against wisla, their table topping form in group c right through to their matches against lyon, Bayern munich and their historical match against Chelsea in the semi finals. Not only is it action packed with match footage, but you also get the rare opportunity to hang out with the players, train with them and see inside the outstanding home ground Camp Nou. An Historic win in an historic night in an historic city was a fitting tribute for the team of the season to complete their memorable treble.
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2008 Champions League Final - Man Utd v Chelsea on Blu-Ray

Manchester United - Champions League Final 2008 (Blu-Ray)
“The newly crowned Champions of England are the new Champions of Europe, 2008 is another Manchester United vintage year. Wembley, Barcelona, Moscow, Manchester United three times European Champions”. Extra time, injury time, penalties. Whenever United win the biggest prize of all, it’s always a dramatic, intense affair. At well past midnight in Moscow, the big hands of Edwin van der Sar pushed away Nicolas Anelka’s penalty and the Reds were once again crowned the Kings of Europe. And how the Red Army roared as Ryan and Rio raised the giant trophy aloft again! The entire Champions League Final in full, including all the euphoric post-match celebrations with the thousands of United fans who made the epic, but unforgettable journey to the Russian capital. “It’s double top for the red arrows, too good for Chelsea… and the rest in the quest to become European champions”.
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Double Season Double Pack

Manchester United - Double Season Double Pack (3 seasons) 2008
This Double Season Double Pack includes both the 2007/2008 Season Review and the Champions League Final and Road To Moscow DVDs. Season Review 07/08 [2008] - Entertaining as no other team can, the Reds produced some stunning, sublime football, scoring goals for fun to secure their 17th League title on a tension-filled final day at Wigan, before travelling to Moscow for a night of the highest drama imaginable to complete an incredible double. Relive the glory of a truly momentous season, savour all of Ronaldo’s incredible 42 goals and hear exclusive insight from Sir Alex, Giggsy, Rio, Rooney and Carlos Tevez among others. Make it a double… Champions of England and Champions of Europe. The Champions League Final & The Road To Moscow [2008] - Featuring over four hours of breathtaking action, this double-disc DVD includes highlights and reactions to every game on the long road to Moscow, from Ronaldo’s emotional return to Lisbon to the re-matches with Roma and the nervous, nail-biting semi-finals against the mighty Barcelona. Plus, that entire Champions League Final in full, including all the euphoric post-match celebrations with the thousands of United fans who made the epic, but unforgettable, journey to the Russian capital.
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Champions League Final 2008

Manchester United - Champions League Final & Road To Moscow 2008
"The newly crowned Champions of England are the new Champions of Europe, 2008 is another Manchester United vintage year. Wembley, Barcelona, Moscow, Manchester United three times European Champions". Extra time, injury time, penalties. Whenever United win the biggest prize of all, it’s always a dramatic, intense affair. At well past midnight in Moscow, the big hands of Edwin van der Sar pushed away Nicolas Anelka’s penalty and the Reds were once again crowned the Kings of Europe. And how the Red Army roared as Ryan and Rio raised the giant trophy aloft again. Featuring over 4 hours of breathtaking action, this double disc DVD includes highlights and reactions to every game on the Road to Moscow, from Ronaldo’s emotional return to Lisbon, to the re-matches with Roma and the nervous, nail-biting semi-finals against the mighty Barcelona. Plus, the entire Champions League Final in full, including all the euphoric post-match celebrations with the thousands of United fans who made the epic, but unforgettable journey to the Russian capital. "It’s double top for the red arrows, too good for Chelsea…and the rest in the quest to become European champions".
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The European Finals Collection

Manchester United - The European Finals Collection
Collection of three games featuring: European Cup 1967-68 - Manchester United v Benfica, European Cup Winners' Cup 1990-1991 - Manchester United v Barcelona and UEFA Champions League 1998-1999 - Manchester United v Bayern Munich. This dvd boxset was released in September 2006.
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Manchester United - The Pride Of All Europe
In the nineties, Sir Alex Ferguson led United into the UEFA Champions League, returning the club to its rightful place as the Pride of all Europe. Who can forget the last three minutes at the Nou Camp in 1999? In the 21st century, the quest continues. The complete story of Manchester United's victories on the European stage, from the Busby Babes to a famous victory in 1999. Features interviews with Sir Alex Ferguson, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Andy Cole and more...
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Manchester United - Champions Of Europe
Relive that night of May 26th, 1999, when Manchester United won the European Cup. Includes extra footage not seen by TV viewers. It's 10.30 on 26th May 1999 and there are only minutes of stoppage time left. United are 1-0 down. Those who witnessed it will never forget what happened next; it's the moment a young team came of age and Britain's greatest club achieved an impossible ambition. This is the story of one of the most exciting nights of British sport. The night, the men in Red taught the world never to give in or lose hope, even when the chips are down. Hail Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer!!!
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The Italian Job - Manchester Utd v Juventus Champions League
One of United's best-ever performances beating Juventus in the semi-final of the European Cup, 1999, plus highlights of the quarter finals against Inter Milan. When it comes to the UEFA Champions League they don't come much bigger than Italian giants Inter Milan and Juventus...but United beat them both. The reds produced an incredible 3-2 defeat of Juventus in the Italian's backyard, after going 2-0 down. Re-live that epic contest aswell as action from from the Juventus home tie and the Inter matches. This video also has exclusive behind the scenes footage and dressing room celebrations. Duration: 120 mins.
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Manchester United - The 1991 European Cup Winners Cup Final
All the action from the European Cup Winners' Cup Final which saw Manchester United facing Barcelona on a dreary night in Rotterdam, May 15th, 1991. Also included are previously unseen interviews with players before and after the match. Robson's skilful free kick was sent goalward by Steve Bruce and rammed home by Mark Hughes. Seven minutes later, another brilliant through ball from Robson saw Hughes break free and fired home a powerhouse shot from an awkard angle. Koeman's free-kick wasn't enough to stop United winning their first European Cup Winners' Cup trophy. This video was also released on a double tape with a programme called Greatest Moments of World Soccer available here.
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Manchester United v Barcelona - European Cup Winners Cup 1984
Manchester United faced Barcelona in the European Cup Winners Quarter Final in March, 1984. This programme features one hour of action from that exciting match. This was one of the most superb fight backs. United trailed by two goals from the first leg played in the Nou Camp when Graeme Hogg had scored an own-goal and Rojo scored a cracking late volley. The return leg at Old Trafford was played in front of 58,000 people who were not to be disappointed. Robson was simply sensational, leading by example. Maradonna struggled with the pace, as United won 3-0 (Robson x2 and Stapleton) on an amazing night.
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Manchester United v Benfica 1968 Final Gift Set
Released in 2006. Relive one of Manchester United's greatest ever achievements with this limited edition box set. The first European Cup final played at Wembley between two of the finest teams in Europe. A match which featured the skills of Best, Kidd, Stiles, Charlton, Eusebio, Torres and Simoes. 90 minutes of football could not separate the teams, however United took the ascendancy in extra time and eventually ran out comfortable 4-1 winners. Gift Set Contains: 1968 Replica Retro shirt, Replica Programme from the game and 150 minute DVD of the game.
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Manchester United 4 Benfica 1 - The 1968 European Cup Final
Released in October 2005. The first European Cup final to be played at Wembley brought together two of the finest teams in Europe - Matt Busby's Manchester United and the Portuguese champions, Benfica. A spectacular football match which featured the skills of Best, Kidd, Stiles, Charlton, Eusebio, Torres and Simoes. 90 minutes of football could not separate the teams, however United took the ascendancy in extra time and eventually ran out comfortable 4-1 winners. Now get this momentous match on DVD and re-live one of the defining moments in English football. Special features: 'The Boys Of 68': a special 1982 documentary with Sir Matt Busby and Bobby Charlton reliving the magical night at Wembley (25 mins). Please note that this final also features in the 'Ultimate Collection' boxset that was released in Nov 2006.
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Man Utd v Benfica - European Cup Final: 1968 at Wembley
Released in 2004, this DVD shows the great final where United beat Portugal's Champions, Benfica. The Reds eventually won 4-1 but the game went into extra time (1-1 after 90 minutes). A must buy for any United fan - a piece of history created as United became the first English team to lift the European Cup.
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Manchester United - 1968 European Cup Final - Utd 4 Benfica 1
The crowning moment of the greatest story in English football with the full ninety minutes and extra time. Manchester United became the first ever English club to win the European Cup. The final was played at Wembley, London against Eusebio's Benfica. The game went into extra time after a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes. On Brian Kidd's birthday, United took control and George Best put the Red Devils in front. 19 year old Kidd put United two goals in front, and Bobby Charlton scored a beauty to confirm United as the European Cup winners!
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The Great Match - Man Utd v Benfica - 1968 European Cup Final
The first European Cup final to be played at Wembley brought together two of the finest teams in Europe - Matt Busby's Manchester United and the Portuguese champions, Benfica. A spectacular football match which featured the skills of Best, Kidd, Stiles, Charlton, Eusebio, Torres and Simoes. All die-hard United fans must own have this match in their collection.
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A 25th Anniversary Tribute To Man United's Greatest Triumph
The video was released in 1992. A 25th anniversary tribute to Manchester United Football Club's greatest triumph in 1968 when they beat Benfica at Wembley to win the European Cup. Join Sir Matt Busby and his players as they rewalk the hallowed turf reawakening memories of their fantastic footballing achievement. Then settle back to enjoy the highlights of that golden game - with personal reaction from the men who made history that night. For many of the players, it's the first time they've seen the final since those faraway days.
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Manchester United European Glory
The definitive history of Manchester United in Europe. United have become a renowned force throughout Europe and are respected the world over. This action-packed historical record features all of United's European triumphs from the Fifties and Sixties under Busby through to the Nineties under Ferguson plus interviews with Bill Foulkes, George Best, Mark Hughes and Gary Pallister. The video was released in 1997.
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Manchester United - Club World Championship 2000
Double video set - Official story of the Club World Championship 2000 in Brazil. When everyone was demanding United stayed in England to play in the FA Cup, the club felt pressure from everyone and had little choice but to go to Brazil. Even though United were not successful in South America, they did come back fresh and went on to win the league. Video 1 features the football action. Video 2 features behind the scenes footage of Manchester United in Brazil. This video is very rare.
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United FA Cup Finals and matches on DVD and Video
FA Cup Final 2007
FA Cup Final 2007 - Manchester United vs Chelsea
Even if United had won this final, would you have bought the dvd of the match? If was built to be one of the best games ever, the top team Premiership teams in the country battling it out at the new Wembley for the FA Cup. United had just won the league so the cockneys were getting stick. Chelsea were trying to savour some pride after a poor season in their eyes with only the league cup to their name. The final was awful - woeful in fact. Hardly anything to talk about until Ryan Giggs bundled the ball over the line and could have been awarded a penalty in the same move - the ref said no goal though. Then with minutes remaining and penalties looming, Drogba scores and United can't come back in time. 1-0 Chelsea. Very forgettable!
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FA Cup Final 2005

FA Cup Final 2005 - Manchester United v Arsenal
Another year, another final but this one hurt - after tearing Arsenal apart for 120 minutes, Arsenal, who played for penalties, scored all five of theirs and United's Paul Scholes was the only victim as his shot was saved. Arsenal won on penalties but even die hard Gooners admitted they were lucky and didn't deserve to win. It topped off a miserable season for United fans but they took heart knowing they were still the best team on the day, although it didn't make the trip back from Cardiff any easier.
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Manchester United - The Ultimate Collection

Manchester United - The Ultimate Collection
This exclusive DVD collection pays tribute to a team that, since 1963, has achieved nine FA Cup victories. Celebrating the great Manchester United, this boxset features every triumphant FA Cup final as well as the 1968 European Cup final against Benfica. Released November 2006.
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Manchester United - FA Cup Final - 9 DVD Boxset
Collection of nine successful FA Cup Final games featuring Manchester United. Matches include: 1963 Leicester, 1977 Liverpool, 1983 Brighton And Replay, 1985 Everton, 1990 Crystal Palace And Replay, 1994 Chelsea, 1996 Liverpool, 1999 Newcastle and 2004 Millwall.
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FA Cup Final 2004 Manchester United v Millwall
Cristiano Ronaldo is the new kid on the block and what an introduction to the English game. After starring in the win over Arsenal in the semi-finals, he goes and grabs himself the first goal in the FA Cup Final. Ruud Van Nistelrooy would then add a brace to top off a straight forward 3-0 win over First Division Millwall. In 2004, United held the record for the most FA Cup Final wins - 11 in total, and also the most FA Cup Final appearances - 16 (joint with Arsenal). This would be United's first cup success in Cardiff too. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'
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FA Cup Final 1999 v Newcastle United
In the game itself, United won 2-0 in a comfortable victory thanks to goals from Teddy Sheringham and Paul Scholes. United would go on to win the famous treble in this season. Release date of DVD - March 2005. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'. Never released on video.
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Manchester United - The Epic
A goal regarded as the best ever FA Cup goal ever, was the highlight of these amazing battles between the best two English clubs. It was the FA Cup Semi Final at Villa Park between United and Arsenal. Due to a dodgy decision, Roy Keane's goal was ruled to be offside after Ryan Giggs had passed the ball to, erm, himself. The game finished 0-0 and United were cheated. The replay though was truly fantastic. David Beckham scored a cracker, Bergkamp levelled, Keane was sent off, Schmeichel saved Bergkamp's last minute penalty, and then Vieira gave the ball away to Giggsy - we all know the rest!
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FA Cup Goals 1995-96
A video which is not just about Manchester United. It shows you all the goals scored (over 100 goals) from the FA Cup Competition for the 1995-96 season. However, we all know who scored the final goal don't we?.
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Manchester United - Road To Wembley 1996
Relive Manchester United's FA Cup run in the season 1995-96 from the 3rd round to the semi-final. The Reds beat Sunderland (after a replay), Reading, Manchester City, Southampton, and Chelsea in the semi-final at Villa Park. Now the only team in the way of United was Liverpool in the FA Cup Final.
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FA Cup Final 1996 Manchester United v Liverpool
Eric the King lived up to his name when he fired home a rocket of a shot in the closing moments of a Cup Final that showed very little signs of action. The final was also famous for the Spice Boys of Anfield wearing their hideous white Armani suits and ponsing around on the Wembley turf before the game. Release of DVD - March 2005. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'

Cantona's Cup
This video looks at how Eric Cantona more or less himself, took United through every round of the 1995-96 FA Cup and then scored the vital goal in the final itself. The last minute floating corner, the David James' punch out, the touch off Ian Rush (his last ever touch for Liverpool) and then the Frenchman's deadly strike. It truly was Cantona's Cup!
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Manchester United - Road To Wembley 1995
This video doesn't just concentrate on Manchester United's Road to Wembley, it also follows Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers along the road to the 1995 FA Cup Final. All the goals, the key players, all the action and excitement. United had to beat Sheffield United, Wrexham, Leeds United, Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace, before staking their place in the final against Everton.
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FA Cup Final 1995 Manchester United v Everton
Not much to say about this one. A 1-0 defeat to the hands of Everton topped off a poor season for the Reds. A week before, Blackburn had pipped United in the Championship race for top spot. Everton were taking their revenge for the reverse score ten years ago when they lost to 10 men United. At least the Blue side of Merseyside were celebrating and not the Red side. Not a classic game for United but collectors may want to add it to their shelves.

Manchester United - Road To Wembley 1994
This video contains all the best action and goals from Manchester United's matches in their superb run up to the 1994 F.A. Cup Final at Wembley. Sit back and enjoy United pushing aside Sheffield United, Norwich, Wimbledon, Charlton and Oldham. The Oldham semi-final was played at Wembley and all was going wrong for United until Mark Hughes scored in injury time to level the tie. In the replay at Maine Road, United went on to win 4-1.
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FA Cup Final 1994 Manchester United v Chelsea
What an absolute thrashing! Going in at half time to a scoreless draw, nobody could have predicted the second half drubbing that United dished out to Chelsea. Cantona slotted home two calm penalties and ignored Dennis Wise hastling him on the penalty spot. Mark Hughes would score yet another FA Cup goal and Brian McClair put the cherry on the cake, making the final score United 4 Chelsea 0. Release date of DVD - March 2005. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'

Man United - The Road to Wembley 1990
Every United game in the FA Cup was played away from home, televised live and nearly all played on a Sunday. Rumours were strong about Ferguson getting the sack if United couldn't win a cup, so the pressure was on. Nobody could get in the way of United's visit to Wembley - out went Notts Forest (1-0), Hereford (1-0), Newcastle (3-2), Sheffield United (1-0) and then two epic semi-finals against Oldham with the first game finishing 3-3, then finally a 2-1 win. It was one of the most memorable cup runs in United's history.
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FA Cup Final 1990 Manchester United v Crystal Palace
A truly brilliant final. Jim Leighton had a very nervy game leaking in goals for fun but at the other end, Sparky Hughes was in fine form. Captain Bryan Robson opened the scoring but Palace were not giving up and substitute Ian Wright came on and rocked the Reds by getting a quick brace to the delight of the Eagles. However, Hughsie had the last laugh, 3-3! In the midweek replay (Leighton out, Sealey in), the game was much tighter and tenser but the best team won in the end with a 1-0 win when Lee Martin scored a rare but magical goal. Release date of DVD - March 2005. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'
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FA Cup Final 1985 Manchester United v Everton
Peter Willis, the ref, certainly made a name for himself in his final game before retiring as he sent off Kevin Moran, the first ever player to be sent off in a FA Cup Final. The game went into extra time, United's ten men fighting hard for every ball. Suddenly, the ball was played out on the right wing to where Norman Whiteside was prowling. A beautiful step over from the Irishman caught the Toffeeman out and he unleashed an unstoppable left foot curler past Neville Southall. End of story - United had produced one hell of a gutsy performance. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'

FA Cup Final 1983 Man United v Brighton and Hove Albion
Underdogs Brighton and Hove Albion certainly gave United a scare as both teams fought out a 2-2 draw. The game was remembered for two key moments - Ray 'The Crab' Wilkins' beautiful curling goal into the top corner, and Gary Bailey's last minute stop to prevent Brighton producing one of the biggest upsets in English football. The replay was to be a one sided affair though. Thanks to a brace from Bryan Robson, a Norman Whiteside effort and an Arnold Muhren penalty, Ron Atkinson's boys won 4-0. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'

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FA Cup Final 1979 Manchester United v Arsenal
Even die-hard United fans admit that this was one hell of a game, even though United got beat. 2-0 down with 4 minutes to play, United were not giving up and Gordon McQueen scored in the 86th minute. With time still remaining, the TV commentator gets excited, "McIlroy's through, McIlroy's through, MCILROY!!!" What a goal by Sammy McIlroy, as he danced through the Gunner's defence - 2-2 with two minutes to go. The Londoners were gutted, the United fans overjoyed. There was another a twist in the tale though as Alan Sunderland squeezed in his shot at the far post in the 90th minute - Arsenal win 3-2.

FA Cup Final 1979 Collectors Edition - Arsenal v Manchester United
Commemorative gift set containing DVD footage of the match, presented with a fully restored official match programme from the day. Regarded as Wembley’s finest final, this was the match in which the best was definitely saved until last 10 minutes. Special Features: Fully restored souvenir matchday programme containing all the pre-match build up and comment. Features player profiles, line ups and information on each teams' route to the Final. This was released in April 2006.
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FA Cup Final 1977 Manchester United v Liverpool
Liverpool were stopped by Manchester United in 1977 of winning the famous treble. They had won the league and soon to win the European Cup, but Docherty's men beat Liverpool in the FA Cup Final. Stuart Pearson and Jimmy Greenhoff scored the vitals goals that day in front of 100,000 fans. United took the lead in the 50th minute through Pearson. United's lead only lasted two minutes as Jimmy Case equalised. 3 minutes later Greenhoff had put United in front. All 3 goals in a space of 5 minutes. United win, Liverpool lose, Keegan transferred! The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'

FA Cup Final 1976 Manchester United v Southampton
Second Division Southampton were clear underdogs but May Day turned out to be 'All Saints' Day to the annoyance of United. Not the best viewing for any United fan to see the late Bobby Stokes' 83rd minute decider in a narrow 1-0 victory. Stokes was quicker out off the blocks than Martin Buchan as the Southampton player beat the off-side trap and with only Stepney to beat, coolly slotted home the winner. They lasted out the remaining 7 minutes and were awarded the cup from the Queen. Well you can't win them all!

FA Cup Final 1963 Manchester United v Leicester City
Release of DVD - April 2005. This game is also available on DVD as part of the 10 dvd FA Cup boxset of Manchester United's FA Cup Finals. In the 1963 game, David Herd grabbed a couple of goals and Denis Law also got on the score sheet making the final score 3-1 to United. It was released on video some time ago but is now deleted. See United's strip they wore that day in our United kits section. The dvd is also available to buy as part of the Manchester United FA Cup Finals 9 DVD Boxset & 'Ultimate Collection'.
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1963 FA Cup boxset

FA Cup Final 1963 Collectors Edition - Manchester United v Leicester City
A limited edition 1963 FA Cup Final box set, presented in a special box with a DVD of the full match and a replica matchday programme. Having built one of the greatest teams ever seen in England, the unfortunate occurrences of 1958 had devastating effects on the Busby babes, and the following years were very much a re-building process for the Club. Matt Busby had to start all over again, combining old with new, and after reaching the semi-finals in 1962, United were back at Wembley in 1963 to face a Leicester City side that had finished that season in 4th and were very much the favourites heading into the match. This was released in April 2006.
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FA Cup Final 1958 Manchester United v Bolton Wanderers
Nat Lofthouse was hero for the Wanderers, although most believe he did his fair share of pushing to score. United failed to score and suffered a 2-0 defeat. This match has been released on dvd and available to buy. See United's strip they wore that day in our United kits section.
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FA Cup Final 1957 Manchester United v Aston Villa
Released on dvd on November 21st 2005. After beating Hartlepool, Wrexham, Everton, Bournemouth and Birmingham City, United failed to win the FA Cup Final against Villa. Tommy Taylor's goal wasn't enough as United lost 2-1. They wore a dashing white top with red trim which can be seen in our Manchester United kit section.

FA Cup Final 1948 Manchester United v Blackpool
Even the great Stanley Matthews couldn't stop Jack Rowley scoring twice and a goal each from Stan Pearson and John Anderson as United romped to a 4-2 win. They had already beaten Aston Villa, Liverpool, Charlton, Preston and Derby to reach the final. Sadly, the only highlights of this cracking game are available on some of the Manchester United history videos. Check out the blue shirt United wore.
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FA Cup Final 1909 Manchester United v Bristol City
United's first ever FA Cup win was in 1909. Brighton, Everton, Blackburn and Burnley were already disposed with. United reached the final played in Crystal Palace, where Sandy Turnbull scored the only goal in United's 1-0 win over Bristol City. The game has never been released in any format although rare highlights can be found on some Man Utd history videos. The white top United wore can be seen in our kit section.
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Manchester United FC - FA Cup Final Classics

Manchester United FC - FA Cup Final Classics (BBC DVD)
This release covers Manchester United's triumphs in 1977 vs Liverpool; 1983 vs Brighton and Replay; 1985 vs Everton and 1990 vs Crystal Palace and Replay. It is a 2 disc dvd set which was released in May 2005.
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Manchester United - The Magic of the FA Cup (Boxset)
Re-live Manchester United's greatest games in the FA Cup. This programme celebrates their involvement in the FA Cup and profiles their most significant matches, 'The Greatest Games' as well as their star players, 'The Stars'. Also included are 'The Ultimate Goals'.

The Official FA Cup History of Manchester United
This was released on video only in 1997. Relive the history of the most successful club in the 125 year history of the F.A. Cup (upto 1997), with their 9 victories and 14 Final appearances. Length: 70 minutes.
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Manchester United - Greatest Ever FA Cup Goals
A collection of goals from Manchester United's FA Cup matches down the years. This was released on video in 1993.
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Manchester United Greatest FA Cup Victories - Volume 1
Highlights from Manchester United's best ever victories in the FA Cup, including the Semi-Final replay in 1979 and the 4-0 victory over Brighton in 1983.
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Manchester United Greatest FA Cup Victories - Volume 2
Highlights from the best Manchester United FA Cup victories. Includes: 1963 Final vs Leicester City, 1979 6th Round Replay vs Tottenham Hotspur and 1985 6th Round vs West Ham United.
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Manchester United Greatest FA Cup Victories - Box Set
Both of the Manchester United Greatest FA Cup Victories Volume 1 and 2 in a boxset.
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