Arsenal have beaten Hull City to claim the FA Cup for the eleventh time in their history.
Arsene Wenger's team beat Hull 3-2 in extra time after going behind 2-0 early on, ending a nine-year cup drought.
Arsenal won their last silverware in 2005 by beating Manchester United to claim the FA Cup, having previously won the competition in 1998, 2002 and 2003.
Hull City have stunned Arsenal in the first half of the FA Cup Final, taking a 2-0 lead within the first 10 minutes.
But Arsenal came back a few minutes later, clinching a goal of their own to trail 2-1 at half time.
This little man isn't quite sure who he's supporting today:
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Arsenal and Hull City compete in today's FA Cup final at Wembley with both sides aiming to secure a long-awaited piece of silverware.
The Gunners have not won a trophy for nine years, the club's longest barren spell since the 1960s.
However, Tigers fans have gone even longer without tasting success, having never won a cup in their 110-year history.
You can watch live coverage of the match on ITV or on the ITV Sport website from 3pm.
A veteran Hull City fan has condemned Arsenal for dressing up a victory parade bus before the two teams meet in the FA Cup Final.
When shown a photo of the decorated double decker, 92-year-old Sherard Pearson said: "That is rubbish!"
The lifelong Tigers fan saw Hull lose to Arsenal in the semi-final in 1930 in their previous best FA Cup run but is hoping the underdogs can cause an upset at Wembley tomorrow afternoon.
The floodlights failed near the end of the first half of Arsenal's Fourth Round FA Cup tie against Coventry at the Emirates Stadium:
The match did not stop though and the lights were restored in time for the start of the second half.
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David Moyes has suffered another big blow in his first season as Manchester United manager after his side were dumped out of the FA Cup by losing at home to Swansea.
Wilfried Bony's late header sealed a famous 2-1 upset for the Swans at Old Trafford after Javier Hernandez had levelled Wayne Routledge's early goal for the away team.
United, 11-time winners in the competition, ended the Third Round game with 10 men following substitute Fabio's red card.
The result leaves the Champions League and League Cup as the only realistic chances of trophy success for Moyes' men with United trailing Premier League leaders Arsenal by 11 points.