West Ham Utd have one of the best records in the FA Cup over the last 70 seasons.

Not only have they won the competition three times in that period but they’ve also finished as runners-up once and gone as far as the semi-finals once.

In fact, they’ve consistently gone further in the tournament than most other sides in the 70 seasons that have followed the Second World War.

Ahead of the Irons' third round tie against Wolves on Saturday (January 9), The Wharf has taken the round each side reached in the competition since 1945-46 and awarded zero points for the third round, one for the fourth, two for the fifth, three for the quarter-finals, four for the semi-finals, five for the runners-up and six for the winners.

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The Hammers have an average of 1.3 points which is the equivalent of getting to the fourth round every year on average.

Manchester United have an average of 2.7 points, more than any other side, the equivalent to reaching the quarter-final every year.

Arsenal have the next best record with an average score of 2.4, which is the equivalent of reaching the fifth round on average.

Team | Average score | Average round

Manchester United | 2.7 | QF

Arsenal | 2.4 | 5th

Liverpool | 2.3 | 5th

Chelsea | 2.2 | 5th

Everton | 2.1 | 5th

Tottenham Hotspur | 2.0 | 5th

Manchester City | 1.5 | 5th

Newcastle United | 1.4 | 4th

Aston Villa | 1.4 | 4th

West Ham United | 1.3 | 4th

Wolverhampton Wanderers | 1.3 | 4th

Leicester City | 1.3 | 4th

West Bromwich Albion | 1.2 | 4th

Sheffield United | 1.2 | 4th

Birmingham City | 1.2 | 4th

Southampton | 1.2 | 4th

Leeds United | 1.2 | 4th

Blackburn Rovers | 1.2 | 4th

Bolton Wanderers | 1.1 | 4th

Sheffield Wednesday | 1.1 | 4th

Middlesbrough | 1.1 | 4th

Nottingham Forest | 1.1 | 4th

Sunderland | 1.1 | 4th

Derby County | 1.1 | 4th

Burnley | 1.0 | 4th

Ipswich Town | 1.0 | 4th