It's A Cup Final Knockout 1974
British Domestic Series

Presenters: Eddie Waring and Stuart Hall
Referee:
Arthur Ellis

Designer: Stuart Furber
Producer:
Barney Colehan
Director:
Bill Taylor
A BBC North West Production

GB

It's A Cup Final Knockout 1974

FA Cup Final Special

Event Staged: Sunday 28th April 1974
Venue: Princes Park, Southport, Merseyside, England

Transmission:
BBC1 (GB):
Saturday 4th May 1974, 12.35-1.20pm (as part of Cup Final Grandstand)

Special Guests (non-participating) included:
Supporting Liverpool -
Billy Liddell (former Liverpool player) and Ken Dodd (comedian);
Supporting Newcastle United - Jackie Milburn (former Newcastle United player).

Teams: Liverpool F.C. v. Newcastle United F.C.

Team Members included:
Liverpool F.C. - Dave Cochrane.

Game Results and Standings

Result

 Team

Points

1st
2nd

 Liverpool F.C.
 
Newcastle United F.C.

11
9

Additional Information

According to local newspaper reports following the first It's A Knockout Domestic heat held at Southport, the organisers of the programme (the BBC) were so pleased with the amenities and its location that they agreed to hold this competition at the same venue a fortnight later. This seems a little far-fetched as there is no way that the BBC production team would have left deciding a venue for the FA Cup Final special to such a late time. It is more likely that Barney Colehan and his team came to an agreement about the staging of this special at the same time that they first visited the venue regarding the It's A Knockout heat.

Made in Colour • This programme does not exist in the BBC Archives

 

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