Made of solid 18-carat gold, it's the ultimate prize in world football. The trophy is touring the world before this summer's tournament.
Manager, Tim Sherwood says he is not bothered if he upsets his team.
Cyclists will be able to use the Velodrome and BMX track that saw some of Team GB's most exciting moments.
– Arsene Wenger, Arsenal manager
History is important in your belief. We have done it before, so we know we can do it because we have done it.
It is a possible task, that is the most important for us. I believe my team has quality and ambition, and I believe do we produce a top level performance, then we can do it.
Our way to do it is to produce a top level performance and we will focus on that.
We must turn up with quality and with belief and that is what we will do.
Arsene Wenger sees no reason why Arsenal cannot pull off another shock result when they look to upset Bayern Munich tonight. The Gunners are looking to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg of their Champions League clash.
Arsene Wenger insists his side, buoyed by their FA Cup quarter-final win over Everton, should be confident of a repeat performance from last season, when they produced a remarkable performance in Munich to win 2-0 and exit the competition only on away goals.
Londoner George Groves has refused to fight Carl Froch unless the British Boxing Board of Control allow a non-British crew of officials for their super-middleweight world title rematch later this year.
The 25-year-old claimed at a press conference today that the ninth-round stoppage by referee Howard Foster which saw Froch beat him in November was a "stonewall" robbery.
The pair will meet again on May 31 at Wembley.
Promoter Eddie Hearn backed Groves's call for neutral officials, saying the May rematch will be the "biggest fight in British boxing history".
For everyone wondering... Yes I completed the Rubik's cube while Froch was talking today at the Presser @skyadamsmith will confirm! ;)
The rematch sold 20,000 tickets in the first five minutes. Then the website crashed, promoter Eddie Hearn told ITV News' Rags Martel.
The London Boat Race is now only weeks away and crews are to be officially unveiled later this morning.
Weigh ins will also take place in front of the waiting media in Central London.
Arsenal will play Wigan in the FA Cup semi-final after they masterminded a 2-1 defeat over Premier League giants Manchester City.
Jordi Gomez and James Perch struck as Wigan kept their FA Cup defence going.
Samir Nasri did pull one back as City produced a strong finish but they were unable to prevent a repeat of Wigan's shock victory in last year's final at Wembley.
Charlton starting 11 against Sheffield United:
Hamer, Wilson, Wood, Morrison, Wiggins, Poyet, Cousins, Jackson, Harriott, Tudgay, Church.
Subs: Hughes, Dervite, Green, Ghoochannejhad, Thuram-Ulien, Nego, Ajdarevic.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Charlton Athletic are one win away from a trip to Wembley. They visit Sheffield United in the early kick off knowing that a win would put them in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Chris Powell's knocked out city rivals Sheffield United in the last round.
Today's FA Cup fixtures:
Sheffield United v Charlton Athletic (12pm)
Hull City v Sunderland (2pm)
Manchester City v Wigan Athletic (4.05pm)
Read more about Charlton in the FA Cup here http://www.itv.com/sport/football/fa-cup/match/sheff-wed-charlton-3707070/