Crook Town of County Durham took the Cup north again. They drew 1-1 with King's Lynn at Harwich & Parkeston's Dovercourt ground and won the replay at Ipswich, 3-0.
Bishop Auckland reached the final once more, but on this occasion Surrey based Old Malvernians were too strong for them, winning the final at Headingley 5-1.
Further success for the North East as Stockton overcame Oxford City 1-0 at Feetham's (Darlington) following a goalless draw at Reading.
The 1904 FA Amateur Cup was won by Sheffield- the 'World's oldest football club'- who beat London side Ealing 3-1 at Bradford City's Valley Parade.
West Hartlepool beat Clapton 3-2 at Sheperds Bush. The full title of the club was West Hartlepool Amateur Football & Athletic Company Limited. They went out of business just five years after this, their biggest achievement.
Oxford City made a more productive visit to the North than they had in 1903. On this occasion they beat Bishop Auckland 3-0 at Stockton.
Clapton won the first of their 5 FA Amateur Cups- beating Stockton 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Stockton were again runners up, beaten 2-1 by Depot Battallion Royal Engineers at Feetham's.
Clapton thrashed Teesiders Eston United 6-0 in the final at Ilford. In the Clapton team was Walter Tull.
Another success for the military, as R.M.L.I (Gosport) beat South Bank 2-1 at Bishop Auckland.