Burnley shirt and poster of 1914 FA Cup Final
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Burnley FC celebrate 1914 FA Cup centenary

Burnley FC have opened an exhibition celebrating the centenary of their 1914 FA Cup victory.

The 1-0 win over Liverpool was the last final played at Crystal Palace and the first to be attended by a reigning monarch, King George V.

The exhibition features portraits of the players, a replica of the FA Cup and the shirt worn by the goal scorer, Bert Freeman.

Mike Townend, the senior curator at Townsley Hall where the exhibition is on display, said it was "absolutely fantastic" to have the shirt.

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