Wigan caused the biggest upset in a generation by beating Man City in the FA Cup final.
They won 1-0 to secure the club's first major trophy in its 81 year history
For City - an embarrassing defeat to cap a disappointing season.
A defeat which leaves their manager Roberto Mancini desperately close to getting the sack.
From Wembley, our sports correspondent Chris Hall reports.
Wigan Chairman Dave Whelan says his dream has come true as Wigan won the FA Cup.
"I thought we would get Man City in the final and win 1-0," he said on ITV Sport. "The dream has come true. I'm repaid for 1960 when I broke my leg and we lost the match.
"We've now got to stay in the Premier League, we've done everything then. This is going to lift the lads so much."
Roberto Martinez has spoken of the 'incredible' moment of winning the FA Cup.
He told ITV Sport:
"It's an incredible moment. At half-time we were all really down as we thought we had played really well in the first half.
"There was a real feeling of maybe we had wasted our opportunity, but this group of players keep on fighting.
"I was thinking about extra-time and how to use the extra man advantage. It was incredible seeing the goal going in."
FA Cup winning manager Roberto Martinrez tells ITV Sport he is "so proud of my winners".
He also says "you dream about winning. They played with incredible bravery".
Wigan have made football history by winning the FA Cup in their first ever appearance.
Ben Watson's 91st minute goal won the game 1-0 for the Latics.