The sixties started with only the third double of League and Cup as Spurs added the FA Cup in 1961 beating Leicester City in the final. It was to be a decade of FA Cup pain for the Foxes as they played in and lost three finals.
After Spurs' win in 1961 they repeated the feat a year later, this time beating Burnley. For the rest of the decade we had a different winner every year, including Liverpool winning their first FA Cup in 1965 after beating Leeds United.
The final in 1970 was a fierce affair and a real clash of styles. Southern Dandies (and actually not-so-soft) Chelsea were pitted against hard-as-nails (quite literally) Leeds United. If the first game at Wembley was abrasive, then the replay at Old Trafford was virtually a pitch battle. Eventually flair overcame graft and Chelsea had won their first FA Cup. The seventies were here.