Liverpool’s FA Cup Record

Liverpool's FA Cup Record

Liverpool's FA Cup Record

Liverpool's match against Manchester United later today will be the 452nd game the Reds have played in the FA Cup.  Read on for more FA Cup stats and records.

Liverpool travels to Old Trafford this afternoon, for what is undoubtedly the biggest game in this season's FA Cup Quarter-Finals.

The Reds will be looking to continue their quest for an unprecedented Quadruple, while also heaping more misery on their arch-rivals, who are having another mediocre season.  Ahead of the game, LFC - Back On Our Perch looks at Liverpool's FA Cup history and our record in Quarter-Finals.

Liverpool's FA Cup Record

  • Liverpool have played 451 games in the FA Cup
  • Their first FA Cup appearance was in October 1892, when they played Nantwich, in a 1st Round Qualifier
  • Their most recent appearance was in February 2024, when a young Reds side beat Southampton 3 - 0 at Anfield

Games/Wins/Goals

Played: 451
Won: 242
Lost: 113
Drawn: 96
Goals scored: 755
Win percentage: 54%

FA Cup Titles

Liverpool have won the FA Cup eight times

1965, 1974, 1986, 1989, 1992, 2001, 2006, 2022

Liverpool's FA Cup Quarter-Final Appearances

Liverpool have played in 25 FA Cup Quarter-Finals, winning 20 and losing 5.

2021-22 - Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest 1 - 0 (away)
2014-15 - Liverpool beat Blackburn 1-0 in a replay (away)
2011-12 - Liverpool beat Stoke City 2 – 1 (home)
2005-06 - Liverpool beat Birmingham City 7 – 0 (away)
2000-01 – Liverpool beat Tranmere Rovers 4 – 2 (away)
1995-96 – Liverpool beat Leeds 3 – 0 in a replay
1994-95 – Liverpool lost to Tottenham 2 – 1 (home)
1991-92 – Liverpool beat Aston Villa 1 – 0 (home)
1989-90 – Liverpool beat Barnsley 4 – 0 (away)
1988 – 89 – Liverpool beat Brentford 4 – 0 (home)
1987-88 – Liverpool beat Man City 4 – 0 (away)
1985-86 – Liverpool beat Watford 2 – 1 in a replay
1984-85 – Liverpool beat Barnsley 4 – 0 (away)
1979 – 80 – Liverpool beat Tottenham 1 – 0 (away)
1978-79 – Liverpool beat Ipswitch 1 – 0 (away)
1976-77 – Liverpool beat Middlesbrough 2 – 0 (home)
1973-74 – Liverpool beat Bristol City 1 – 0 (away)
1970-71 – Liverpool beat Tottenham 1 – 0 in a replay (away)
1969-70 – Liverpool lost 1 – 0 to Watford (home)
1967-68 – Liverpool lost 2 – 1 to West Brom (home)
1964-65 – Liverpool beat Leicester City 1 – 0 in a replay (home)
1963-64 – Liverpool lost to Swansea Town 2 – 1 (home)
1962-63 – Liverpool beat West Ham 1 – 0 (home)
1957-58 – Liverpool lost to Blackburn Rovers 2 – 1 (away)
1949-50 – Liverpool beat Blackpool 2 – 1 (home)

Before World War II, the FA Cup did not have an official 'Quarter-Final' stage, with teams progressing from the 3rd or 4th round, straight to the Semi-Finals.

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