Arsenal are struggling for form at the worst possible time. With an FA Cup final just around the corner, the Gunners have failed to score in each of their last three home games. They will be desperate to put that right in their final...Show More Summary
Santi Cazorla relives his free-kick golazo in last year’s FA Cup final in this interview with FA TV. Arsenal won the cup, and are set to defend their title against Aston Villa on 30 May, but if it wasn’t for Cazorla’s contribution last time round, they could well have finished empty-handed. Show More Summary
Josh Widdicombe and Phil Neville take on Gary's Big Ears in the Football Focus studio as part of the build-up to the FA Cup final.
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck will miss the Gunners' last game of the Premier League season against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday and is a doubt for the club's FA Cup final clash with Aston Villa. Continue for updates. Welbeck Out of...Show More Summary
Charlie Pearce is a man who will do almost anything to secure tickets to see his favorite team, Arsenal, play Aston Villa in the FA Cup Final May 30. That includes asking Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II herself for a little help. In early May, Pearce sent a letter to Buckingham Palace, telling the Queen just how excited he is for the game. Show More Summary
Fans will go to any lengths to get a ticket for a big match, and Arsenal fan Charlie Pearce is no different. The die-hard Gooner was so keen to land two tickets for the FA Cup final against Aston Villa later this month that he wroteShow More Summary
EMIRATES STADIUM, LONDON — Somewhere in north London, Danny Welbeck must be kicking himself. The England international left his beloved Manchester United to try and establish himself as a Premier League centre-forward. However, at the...Show More Summary
Due to face Aston Villa at Wembley on May 30th, FA Cup holders Arsenal are big favourites to retain the trophy. The club are beginning to get into the cup final spirit, today uploading a video of some of their star players singing the club’s famous chant “She Wore A Yellow Ribbon”. Show More Summary
The BBC announces it will devote an entire day of programming to the 2015 FA Cup final across TV, radio and online.
It’s been a difficult season for Theo Walcott, but it could finish with a very happy ending. The winger only returned from injury in January, having been sidelined for an entire year with a knee problem. Since then, he’s had to be patient...Show More Summary
On May 14, it will be 34 years to the day since one of Wembley’s most iconic moments. Back in 1981, the FA Cup final replay between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City stood level at 2-2 with 14 minutes remaining. That was when Tottenham’s...Show More Summary
Arsenal are on the closing straight. The title may be gone but they still have two big aims to play for. An FA Cup Final awaits, and they also have a chance of finishing second in the Premier League for the first time in a decade. That...Show More Summary
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood jokes that on-loan Tom Cleverley will not play in the FA Cup final unless he signs for the club.
Arsenal are in fine fettle at the minute, finishing the season strongly to secure Champions League football and defend their FA Cup in the final against Aston Villa. Arsene Wenger is probably thinking about where he can strengthen his squad and doesn’t see the attack as a priority area. Show More Summary
Chelsea Ladies midfielder Millie Bright says playing in the first ever Wembley FA Women's Cup final will be "surreal".
Notts County Ladies beat Everton at Goodison Park to progress to the first ever FA Women's Cup final at Wembley.
The FA Cup, English football's annual knockout competition, could have finally found a title sponsor after an entire season without one, according to a report from the Daily Mail. The report suggests that Emirates Airlines has signed...Show More Summary
April was another good month for Arsenal. The Gunners defeated Liverpool, earned a credible draw with league leaders Chelsea and navigated their way through to an FA Cup final. As the season has worn on, the Gunners have looked increasingly impressive. Show More Summary
STAMFORD BRIDGE, LONDON—Charlie Colkett couldn ’t have timed his FA Youth Cup final display any better. Just hours before Chelsea sealed back-to-back victories in this competition—cementing their dominance at under-18 level with a convincing...Show More Summary
Chelsea lifted another FA Youth Cup on Monday night at Stamford Bridge after overcoming Manchester City 2-1 on the night and 5-2 on aggregate. City started fast and scored through Kelechi Iheanacho just a few minutes after kick-off,Show More Summary