Every season, in any sport, there are rookies that get their chance to prove themselves on the field. Quite a few fall flat, but some step into the limelight and turn into budding stars because of their play. Aston Villa’s … Continue reading ?
Arsenal aim to become the first side to retain the FA Cup title since Chelsea five years ago when they face Aston Villa at Wembley on Saturday. A victory for the Gunners will make them the most successful club in … Continue reading ...
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez receives good luck messages from friends and family in Chile ahead of his appearance in the FA Cup final.
Fifteen years since 2000, 15 questions on the FA Cup final. How much do you know?
Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta faced the media today ahead of tomorrow’s FA Cup Final against Aston Villa. The Spaniard has endured a wretched season, having been injured since November, and only just returned to full team training recently. Show More Summary
This is a cool interview by Gary Lineker with Steven Gerrard, as part of a BBC documentary on the magic of the FA Cup. The interview was recorded around a month ago, and Gerrard looked back on the two FA Cup finals he played in and won for Liverpool. Show More Summary
Arsene Wenger has previewed tomorrow’s FA Cup final for Arsenal Media. Arsenal go into tomorrow’s showpiece final as holders, in the knowledge that they can make history by retaining the trophy by beating Aston Villa tomorrow. Wenger...Show More Summary
Arsene Wenger has a big decision to make for tomorrow’s FA Cup final team, with both Wojciech Szczesny and David Ospina eyeing a starting place in goal for the Gunners. Szczesny has played in all the FA Cup ties apart from Arsenal’sShow More Summary
Parents, they say the darndest things. That's what Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is surely thinking on the eve of the Gunners' second consecutive FA Cup final appearance. Szczesny, who is expected to start the Wembley final in spite of losing the No. Show More Summary
David Saunders reflects on a life following his beloved Arsenal from thousands of miles away in Australia. And he also manages to preview this Saturday’s FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Aston Villa... with semi-objectivity. The post The Loneliness of the Long Distance Soccer Fan: Watching the FA Cup Final in Australia appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Cup game between Arsenal and Aston Villa.
Rachel Riley fronts this Match of the Day feature on the FA Cup final and all of the numbers associated with the world’s oldest cup competition. Traditionally, the magic of the cup has often been associated with giant-killings rather than Champions League clubs fielding second string line-ups. Show More Summary
Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has opened up about a dispute he is currently locked in with his father in a Facebook post today. Szczesny had enough on his mind ahead of tomorrow’s FA Cup final, a game which he hopes to start ahead of club rival David Ospina. Show More Summary
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has given a rare interview to reflect on the season ahead of the FA Cup final against Aston Villa this weekend. Gazidis feels that the club are in a much stronger position than last year, especially regarding the thirst for silverware. Show More Summary
The song Abide With Me, the Wembley arch, a military guard for the trophy, the royal box; there’s an enamoring tradition and pageantry that accompanies the FA Cup final (live on FOX at Noon ET on Saturday for viewers in … Continue reading ?
Another season, another trip to Wembley for Arsenal. Depending on how they deal with Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke-shaped threat on Saturday, they have a great chance to end another season with some silverware. This is the crux of the matter for Arsenal in the FA Cup final. Show More Summary
The FA Cup final takes place this weekend and there are plenty of people who are really excited about it. Mainly Arsenal and Aston Villa fans. Even some of them sulk about this being the pinnacle of their team’s season, using the glory...Show More Summary
Having commentated for the BBC since the 1970s, John ‘Motty’ Motson is an institution in his own right. Motty has covered the FA Cup and England’s World Cups throughout that 4-decade stretch, and has commentated on some of the most historic moments in both competitions. Show More Summary
This week’s quiz says goodbye to Premier League football and the Borussia Dortmund manager, and hello to tennis at Roland Garros and Amir Khan in NYC Continue reading...
The final game in the English footballing calendar, and for some the most prestigious of the lot, is the FA Cup final. Arsenal face Aston Villa at Wembley on Saturday to decide who lifts the famous trophy. The Gunners won it last year—their...Show More Summary