As Manchester City gear up for Saturday’s FA Cup clash against Burnley, we have taken a trip down memory lane…
City have won the trophy five times over the years, so we are looking back at our significant moments in the competition.
In the gallery below we look at our first win back in 1904 right up until last year’s action…
Let’s get ready for the third round of the FA Cup!
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1904: We start with our very first FA Cup when we sealed a 1-0 win over Bolton.
1933: In this year, City were runners up at Wembley to Everton when the Toffees won 3-0.
1934: The following year City won the FA Cup for the second time, and here the team can be seen shaking King George V's hand before our 2-1 win over Portsmouth.
1955: Runners-up to Newcastle this time...
1956: Our third FA Cup win after beating Birmingham 3-1 thanks to goals from Joe Hayes, Bobby Johnstone and Jack Dyson.
1969: Tony Book receives the trophy from Princess Anne after City beat Leicester 1-0.
1981: Gerry Gow battles with Glenn Hoddle in City's final replay with Tottenham...
2011: Yaya Toure's goal sealed our most recent FA Cup win over Stoke City.
2011: The Blues celebrate after winning the Cup!
2013: The last time we made the final, just over 4 years ago against Wigan.
2017: Last year's FA Cup action, where we faced Arsenal in the semi-finals.