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The FA Cup is back and to follow up on previous final stats, video clips and pictures you should never miss out on our grand update with all those fantastic facts and figures from the past.

We do have an update with every single final presented with every detail you would like to read yourself up on as your team goes into the rounds of this magic cup tournament.

Last season Leicester won the tournament for the first time defeating Chelsea in the final 1-0. A fantastic goal from Belgian Youri Tielemans. Looking back you can check up on him and he could have been the first Belgian to have scored in a final, or has anyone done it before?

From the first years of the tournament teams such as Wanderers, Royal Engineers, Oxford University and Old Etonians dominated and were often seen as finalists.

Leicester will get stiff competition in their 3rd round opener playing Watford at home and everything opens today, Swindon taking on Man City at home.

You will find the familiar team names as always, but a few of them are no longer part playing in a top four league with Hartlepool one of four in that category.

Chesterfield is also among those, playing Chelsea away at Stamford Bridge which is a thriller of a game for the 5th tier club. The Spireites will be in action tomorrow Saturday and of course one to watch as you will be able to follow this match live, look up our tv guide updates, you are not far away.

The lowest ranked team to be playing in the 3rd round are Kidderminster who at the moment are a 6th level club and in position five. They are at home to Reading.

The two Other teams that will be in action from outside the EFL are Boreham Wood who are up against Wimbledon and Yeovil taking on Bournemouth.

We will be looking forward to one of the most exciting weekends in football as the FA Cup proceed and maybe some lower league teams will surprise us and shake the establishment.


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