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Introduced direct from Wembley Stadium by David Coleman
The 1980 FA Cup Final
West Ham United
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of football's great occasion.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON Comments by JIMMY HILL and Southampton Manager LAWRIE MCMENEMY
Special contributions by John Cleese and Mike Yarwood
11.30 Cup Final Morning
DAVID COLEMAN sets the scene inside Wembley Stadium, BARRY davies and TONY GUBBA report on the latest news from the teams' hotels.
11.40 Cup Final Phone-in A chance for viewers to put their own questions to players of both teams.
11.55 Young Player of the Year Award
England manager RON GREENWOOD presents the Robinsons Barley Water Trophy to the winner of this new competition.
12.0 The Road to Wembley
Goals, near misses, and lucky escapes-BARRY DAVIES relives the outstanding moments of the Cup's early rounds, and traces the progress of the two finalists to Wembley.
12.12 pm News Headlines
12.15 The Cup Final Managers
TERRY NEILL of Arsenal and JOHN LYALL of West Ham United talking to DAVID COLEMAN
Cup Final Mastermind
Soccer experts from the Arsenal and West Ham United Supporters' Clubs match their wits in Mastermind. DESMOND LYNAM asks specialist questions about their own clubs, and tests their general football knowledge for the Cup Final Mastermind Trophy.
Racing from Lingfield
1.0 The Freshbake Foods Stakes (Handicap, lim)
1.10 Cup History
BOB WILSON looks back at the records of Arsenal and West Ham United in FA Cup competitions.
Racing from Lingfield
1.30 The Ladbrokes Derby Trial Stakes (Group 3. llm)
Leading Derby fancies clash in this important trial-won last year by HM The Queen's colt, Milford - with over 115,000 to the winner.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
The Cup Final atmosphere mounts as the teams arrive at Wembley. Goal of the Season
See the winning goals and find out who has won E300 of Premium Bonds in this popular competition.
Meet the Teams
BOB WILSON presents action profiles of today's players and talks to them' live ' on the pitch* The Final Word from JIMMY HILL and LAWRIE MCMENEMY
2.45 Abide with Me
The crowd, accompanied by the MASSED BANDS OF BRIGADE OF GUARDS, sing the traditional Cup Final hymn.
The FA Cup Final
Arsenal v West Ham United
3.45 Half-time marching display by the MASSED BANDS OF THE GUARDS DIVISION. Director of Music
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R. A. RIDINGS,
3.55 The FA Cup Final Second Half
4.45 Presentation of the Cup and Medals by HRH The Duchess of Kent
4.55 Meet the Winners
The outstanding players of the match talk to BARRY DAVIES and watch the vital Cup Final action.
Scottish Cup Final
Highlights of Celtic v Rangers from Hampden Park.
Television presentation: FA Cun Final ALEC WEEKS Cup Final Mastermind
JOHN SHREWSBURY and PETER MASSET Racing JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Grandstand presented by MARTIN HOPKINS and RICHARD TILLING Edited by HAROLD ANDERSON
Cricket scores on Ceefax
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