Blackburn Rovers (N) 1959/60 FAC

FA Cup (Final)- Saturday 7 May 1960 at Wembley (Att 98,769)

Wolves (1) 3 (McGrath 41og, Deeley 68 88): Finlayson, Showell, Harris, Clamp, Slater, Flowers, Deeley, Stobart, Murray, Broadbent, Horne.
Blackburn Rovers (0) 0: Leyland, Bray, Whelan, Clayton, Woods, McGrath, Bimpson, Dobing, Dougan, Douglas, MacLeod.

Referee: Mr K Howley (Middlesbrough).
Injury: Dave Whelan broke his shin three minutes before half-time (Whelan goes on to own own JJB Sports and Wigan Athletic).
Presentation: Bill Slater received the trophy from the Duke of Kent.
Receipts: £49,816.
Replay: If needed they replay would have took place at Everton’s Goodison Park.
Royal Wedding: The day before the cup final Princess Margret was married to Mr Anthony Armstrong-Jones. A number of the players wife attended the procession as guests of the club.
Army: Surprise selection Barry Stobart had only finished his National Service just month before.
Management: Rovers manager Dally Duncan was sacked three weeks after the final.