Collection of five stand-out finals featuring Birmingham City FC. The matches included are the 1991 Leyland DAF Trophy Final, the 1995 Auto Windscreens Shield Final, the 2001 Worthington Cup Final, the 2002 Division One Play-Off Final and the 2011 Carling Cup Final.
A five-disc box set containing five finals in full that have defined Birmingham City Football Club in the modern era. LEYLAND DAF TROPHY FINAL 1991 Magnificent goals a thrilling match and a trophy for Blues; that will be the memories of the estimated 45 000 fans who followed Birmingham City to Wembley for the Leyland DAF Trophy Final in 1991. Relive the whole game in full and highlights of the Road to Wembley where big John Gayle scored the goal that secured Blues first trophy in 28 years. AUTO WINDSCREENS SHIELD FINAL 1995 90 minutes couldn’t separate the sides. Extra time and penalties awaited unless one side could score in the additional half-hour and so become the first team to win at Wembley via a ‘Golden Goal’. 13 minutes in Paul Tait produced the moment of history that saw Blues claim another victory at the home of football. WORTHINGTON CUP FINAL 2001 It all came down to penalties. First Darren Purse equalized in injury time to take the game into extra time in which Blues were denied a second penalty. And so with no further scoring the dreaded penalty shoot-out settles matters but not before reaching sudden-death the cruelest of ways to lose a final. What might have been? DIVISION ONE PLAY-OFF FINAL 2002 It was a day filled with drama. Real edge of the seat stuff. Tension the whole way through. Fingernails bitten. Eyes hidden. And then…local boy Darren Carter steps up and scores the penalty that takes Blues to the Premiership for the first time ever. Coolness personified. What a moment! CARLING CUP FINAL 2011 What a day. What a match. Obafemi Martins’ dramatic 89th minute winner secured Blues a first ever victory in a major Wembley final and sent 30 000 Brummies inside the famous stadium absolutely delirious.