Burnley defeat Liverpool in FA Cup Final
London, 27 April 1914 - Burnley have defeated Liverpool by 1-0 in the final of the FA Cup.
Both teams were playing in the final for the first time and more than 170 special trains brought their supporters to London where the game was played at Crystal Palce.
For the first time in the history of the FA Cup, the final of the competition was attended by the reigning monarch in Britain. King George V received an enormous ovation from the record 74,093 crowd.
After the game the King presented the cup to the Burnley captain, Tommy Boyle, and presented the players with their medals.
[Editor's note: This is an article from Century Ireland, a fortnightly online newspaper, written from the perspective of a journalist 100 years ago, based on news reports of the time.]