They may not be in another final, yet, but with Brighton visiting The Den this weekend in the quarter-final of the famous competition, Neil Harris' side are one step away from a Wembley showdown in the last four.

It’s 15 years since Millwall got to the final of the FA Cup.

The 2003/04 season saw the Lions negotiate their way past Walsall, Telford, Burnley, Tranmere and Sunderland before eventually succumbing to Manchester United 3-0 at the (then called) Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

A young Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring before a second half brace from Ruud Van Nistelrooy ended Denis Wise’s side’s dream of lifting the oldest national football competition trophy.

How many of that starting Millwall team can you name? And where are they now?

Andy Marshall

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The former stopper enjoyed a 20-year career in professional football, beginning at Norwich City where he made 219 appearances while taking in loans at AFC Bournemouth and Gillingham.

He also spent time at Ipswich Town, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Coventry City and Aston Villa and enjoyed three different spells in south London with Millwall.

43-year-old Marshall spent time as Goalkeeper Coach at Villa between 2014 and 2016 which involved a spell as joint Caretaker Manager in 2015.

In 2018 Marshall became Charlton Athletic’s goalkeeping coach.

Robbie Ryan

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The FA Cup final turned out to be the final game the defender would play in the blue of Millwall.

Having played over 200 games for the Lions he is well thought of amongst fans and wanted to extend his stay at The Den.

Contract negotiations issues caused the Irishman to move on that summer and he left for Bristol Rovers where he spent three years before playing out a final season at Welling.

His career stalled and at 31 he was left looking for a club.

Now, the 41-year-old works for the London Underground, but he’ll always be known as the man who marked Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2004 FA Cup final.

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Darren Ward

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The centre back is still playing.

At 40-years old he’s currently plying his trade with Hemel Hempstead after taking in nearly every club in London.

Ward spent another season with the Lions after the FA Cup final before Crystal Palace paid over £1million for the Harrow-born defender.

Spells at Wolves, Watford, Charlton, two more spells at Millwall, Swindon, Crawley and Yeovil beckoned before finally ending up at Hemel.

Game time limited he has only played twice for the Football Conference South side.

Outside of the game he runs a cattery in Hertfordshire.

Matt Lawrence

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The centre-back fell out of favour at The Den when Dennis Wise left, and it wasn’t long before he joined Crystal Palace and re-kindled his partnership with Darren Ward.

He was at Selhurst Park for ten years before drifting down the leagues with Gillingham, Whitehawk and then Burgess Hill Town, where he ended hi splaying career.

Post football the 44-year-old has flourished in the broadcast world.

After writing regularly for The Daily Mirror he moved to the US in 2017 taking up a broadcast team commentator role for Sporting Kansas City.

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Marvin Elliott

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Wandsworth born Elliott was 19 when he played in the final, and he was still playing up until last season.

He made over 100 appearances for The Lions before going on to spend seven years with Bristol City, where he made over 250 appearances and is widely regarded as a ‘legend.’

One season at Crawley seemed to bring his career to an end in 2015, but after a year out working as a stockbroker, Elliott laced his boots again with Whitehawk before a season with Kingstonian in the Isthmian League where he retired at the age of 34 at the end of last season.

Dennis Wise

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Remarkably the 2004 final wasn’t the player manager’s last season in football.

He had another season at the helm for the 04/05 season where he made 27 appearances and got on the score sheet five times.

Wise travelled to Southampton where he was caretaker-manager for six months, he also made 12 appearances for the Saints, scoring once before being ousted by George Burley in the hot seat.

After a successful six-month spell with Coventry, Wise decided to hang up his boots at the age of 39.

He went on to manage Swindon and Leeds but has yet to get close to the FA Cup final in his managerial career again, claiming his ill-fated executive-post he held at Newcastle had a damaging effect on his career.

David Livermore

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Livermore is a legend at The Den making over 300 appearances for the Lions.

He went on to represent a host of clubs following his departure from Bermondsey including stints at Hull, Oldham, Brighton, Luton, Barnet and most recently Histon, but it was his move from Millwall to Leeds that got people talking.

Leeds bought the defensive midfielder for half a million pounds in 2006, but he was sold ten days later to Hull.

It was claimed Leeds had managed to get hold of players in his position and his game time would be limited. A very odd scenario.

Now, as any ‘Wall fan knows, Livermore is the assistant coach at The Den alongside Harris.

Interestingly, Livermore has the honour of being the player to score the last ever Football League goal in the 20th century, scoring an injury-time winner for the Lions against Brentford.

Paul Ifill

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Brighton born Ifill spent another season with Millwall after the final before moving on to Sheffield United and later Crystal Palace.

Moving to New Zealand in 2009 to play for the Wellington Pheonix, the now 39-year-old took further stints in at Team Wellington and Hawke’s Bay United before settling as a coach at Wairarapa United.

The Barbadian international currently runs the Paul Ifill Football Academy in New Zealand.

Peter Sweeney

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The Scottish midfielder was 19 when he started the final in Cardiff, and now at the age of 34, he only retired from the game last season after taking in spells Stoke City, Leeds United, and AFC Wimbledon amongst other clubs before ending his playing days with Greenwich Borough.

Now, the Glaswegian is the Sssistant Manager to Anwar Uddin at Southern Counties East League’s Glebe FC based in Chislehurst.

Neil Harris

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The Millwall manager is under pressure at the helm of The Lions, but whether they get relegated or survive the drop from the Championship the forward will go down as a club legend after making over 300 appearances and scoring over 100 goals for the Bermondsey outfit.

Tim Cahill

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Most thought the FA Cup final would be the beloved Australian’s last game for Millwall as he headed to Everton shortly after.

But, after taking in NY Red Bulls, Shanghai and Melbourne City, Millwall’s adoptive son made a return to The Den in 2018 making ten appearances.

Most recently Cahill balances his life between his UNICEF charity work and playing for Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League.