1967: QPR 3 West Brom 2
Although the tournament began in the 1960-61 season, this was the first time it culminated in a one-off Wembley showpiece, previous finals having been held over two legs.
It was a fitting match for the venue which had hosted the World Cup final a year earlier. The match was seemingly over at half-time with Third Division QPR 2-0 down to top-flight West Brom. But three goals in 20 second-half minutes, including a wonderful solo effort from Rodney Marsh, ensured the underdogAdds roared back to become the first Third Division side to win a major trophy.
1976: Manchester City 2 Newcastle 1
This match is remembered for Dennis Tueart's winner - one of the classic League Cup final goals. Teenager Peter Barnes gave City an early lead but Alan Gowling levelled before half-time. The best was still to come though as Tueart latched onto Tommy Booth's header across goal and scored with a glorious overhead kick. Tueart later described the strike as the best of his career.
1988: Luton 3 Arsenal 2
Two goals in the last 10 minutes and an inspired performance from goalkeeper Andy Dibble gave Luton their first major honour. Arsenal were the defending champions, but found themselves a goal down after just 13 minutes thanks to Brian Stein's goal, but Arsenal turned things around in the second half with a quickfire double. However, Dibble kept out Martin Hayes, Michael Thomas and David Rocastle, before saving a Nigel Winterburn penalty. Danny Wilson then levelled before Stein grabbed his second in the final minute.
1993: Arsenal 2 Sheffield Wednesday 1
This was the first of two cup finals between the two sides that season and is probably best remembered for the post-match celebrations. Wednesday took an early and unexpected lead through United States international John Harkes, but Paul Merson equalised soon after. Merson then set up Steve Morrow to score the winner - what should have been the finest moment in the defender's career. However, Morrow was dropped by an over-exuberant Tony Adams as the Gunners celebrated their win, meaning Morrow missed the FA Cup final.
2007: Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger kept faith with the 'Young Gunners', essentially the reserve team, who had taken the club to the final - and it almost paid dividends. Arsenal's outfield players had an average age of under 21 and they dominated for large periods with some thrilling football, Theo Walcott putting them ahead after 12 minutes with his first goal for the club. But Didier Drogba equalised eight minutes later and grabbed a second late on to hand the trophy to Chelsea. John Terry was taken to hospital after receiving a boot in the face, but discharged himself in time to celebrate with his team-mates.