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The 2011 FA Cup Final was the 130th final of the FA Cup, the world's oldest domestic football cup competition.[1][2] The final took place on 14 May 2011 at Wembley Stadium in London, in front of a crowd of 88,643 and a British television audience of more than eight million.[3][4] The clubs contesting the 2011 final were Premier League clubs Manchester City and Stoke City. The match was Stoke City's first ever FA Cup final, and Manchester City's ninth.


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14 May 2011
15:00 BST
Manchester City 1–0 Stoke City
Y. Touré   74' Report
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Manchester City
Stoke City
GK 25   Joe Hart
RB 2   Micah Richards
CB 4   Vincent Kompany
CB 19   Joleon Lescott
LB 13   Aleksandar Kolarov
DM 34   Nigel de Jong
DM 18   Gareth Barry   73'
AM 42   Yaya Touré
RW 21   David Silva   90'
LW 45   Mario Balotelli
CF 32   Carlos Tévez (c)   88'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Shay Given
DF 5   Pablo Zabaleta   88'
MF 7   James Milner
FW 10   Edin Džeko
MF 11   Adam Johnson   73'
MF 24   Patrick Vieira   90'
DF 38   Dedryck Boyata
Manager:
  Roberto Mancini
 
GK 29   Thomas Sørensen
RB 28   Andy Wilkinson   76'
CB 17   Ryan Shawcross (c)
CB 4   Robert Huth   40'
LB 12   Marc Wilson
RM 16   Jermaine Pennant
CM 6   Glenn Whelan   85'
CM 24   Rory Delap   81'
LM 26   Matthew Etherington   62'
CF 9   Kenwyne Jones
CF 19   Jonathan Walters
Substitutes:
GK 27   Carlo Nash
DF 5   Danny Collins
MF 14   Danny Pugh   85'
MF 15   Salif Diao
MF 18   Dean Whitehead   62'
FW 22   John Carew   81'
DF 25   Abdoulaye Faye
Manager:
  Tony Pulis

Man of the match

Match officials

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.
  1. ^ "History of The FA Cup". TheFA.com. The Football Association. Hentet 10 December 2011. TheFA.com takes a brief look at the rich history of the oldest and best domestic Cup competition in the world. 
  2. ^ "FA Cup first round draw details". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 30 October 2011. Hentet 10 December 2011. The FA Cup is the world's oldest association football club competition 
  3. ^ Plunkett, John (16 May 2011). "FA Cup final nets 8m viewers". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Hentet 18 May 2011. 
  4. ^ "FA seeking to avoid Cup final clash with Premier League". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 31 August 2010. Hentet 4 March 2011. 
  5. ^ "The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON 2011 Final – Manchester City v Stoke City" (PDF). TheFA.com. The Football Association. 14 May 2011. Hentet 17 May 2011. 
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  8. ^ "Super Mario". TheFA.com. The Football Association. 14 May 2011. Hentet 16 May 2011.