Commemorative gift set containing DVD footage of the match, presented with a fully restored official match programme from the day.
It was the goal that sealed Leeds Uniteds claim on a trophy that had eluded them for so many years.
The campaign had seen United defeat Bristol Rovers, Liverpool, Cardiff and Spurs before outclassing second division Birmingham at Hillsborough in the semi-final.
The game began frantically. Arsenals full back McNab became the first player to be booked in a Wembley final, before United orchestrated some fine attacking moves. With Bremner and Giles controlling the midfield, Clarke remained a constant threat up-front and rattled the cross-bar with a firm header.
The goal came shortly after the restart when man-of the-match Clarke arrowed a superb diving header past Barnett in the Arsenal net. It is probably the most famous goal in Leeds Uniteds illustrious history, and signalled a Leeds onslaught. A succession of sweeping, attacking moves had Arsenal pinned back, but the second goal proved elusive.
Arsenal had chances, Harvey saved well from McLintock and George struck the bar but these proved only to be isolated incidents in a game that United controlled.
Wembley was awash in a sea of White and Billy Bremner became the first Leeds United captain to raise the FA cup above his head.
The wait was over
and now see it all over again!!
Fully restored souviner matchday programme containing all the pre-match build up and comment. Features player profiles, line ups and information on each teams' route to the Final.