Queen's Park Rangers v Swindon Town Southern Charity Cup Semi-Final
The first game was played in front of four thousand spectators at Stamford Bridge on the 28th November 1910 ending in a 1-1 draw. A replay was arranged two weeks later, this time with an attendance of only 200 at Craven Cottage but the score ended 1-1 again.
The two sides then had to wait almost four months before the tie was replayed again, on the 3rd April 1911 back at Stamford Bridge in front of 4,500 - again the game ended in a draw - with the teams locked at 0-0, fifteen minutes of extra time was played, before bad light stopped play.
A fortnight later, they were at White Hart Lane and with Swindon in the thick of the championship race, they chose to field a weakened line-up, and with the match looking settled as Rangers entered the final minute of the match with a 2-1 lead, but Swindon scored to level the scores and then another in extra time, to take Swindon to the final. The semi-final had produced 405 minutes of football, and had taken 141 days to decide.