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English FA Cup

Arsenal fans enjoy the FA Cup final as Arsene Wenger's side ease to victory

ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters after their team's 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final.
ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters after their team's 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final.
ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters after their team's 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final.
ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters after their team's 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final.

LONDON -- Sammy had gone to Wembley last year for the FA Cup final, an experience so fraught with end-of-days-like tension that it gave him a "stomachache". Sammy understands that comes with the Arsenal fandom territory.

But this time he was determined to have fun, and he dressed the part. The word "Arsenal" was scrawled in black magic marker across his forehead, and he had on a full Gunners kit right down to his fluorescent pink- and purple-checkered boots, the kind that Alexis Sanchez has...

 By Nick Miller

Jack Wilshere must avoid spotlight to focus on his Arsenal career

Jack Wilshere took to the microphone to abuse Spurs after the FA Cup final win.

It's a sign that you're overthinking things when you start to ponder whether Jack Wilshere's performance on the microphone during Arsenal's FA Cup victory parade, during which he sang various anti-Tottenham songs, was an attempt to get the club's fans on his side.

In all likelihood it was just a man getting slightly overexcited after a heavy night of celebration and, given he did exactly the same thing in 2014, it suggests his motives extended only as far as trying to goad opposition fans.

But,...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal's back-to-back FA Cups need to be a springboard to future success

The ESPN FC panel discuss Arsenal's season and their FA Cup win over Aston Villa, and question whether they can achieve more.

There is glory in winning an FA Cup. The kind of glory that can fortify a managerial legacy, provide meaning to a playing career and pack the streets of Islington with tens of thousands of revelling supporters braving persistent drizzle.

The dampened scenes at Arsenal's victory parade on Sunday may not have been as resplendent as they were 12 months ago, when the drought ended and the sun came out, but they showed what a Wembley win means for a team and a community. It is no small thing to lift the...

Aston Villa's dream dies at Wembley but the dream of the FA Cup lives on

ESPN FC's Alison Bender speaks to Arsenal supporters following their 4-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup final, heaping praise on another FA Cup crown and Alexis Sanchez's wonder strike.

Iain Macintosh returns to Wembley for the final of Aston Villa vs. Arsenal as the Wembley Dreams series comes to a close.

And so ends a journey that began on Aug. 16, 2014, when 368 of England's smallest clubs kicked off in an extra preliminary round. A journey that would eventually involve 736 clubs in total, clashing over 14 rounds, came to an end at Wembley on Saturday when Arsenal lifted the FA Cup trophy. There was no question that they were worthy winners.

After nail-biting finals in the...