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The FA Cup Final: Who Will Come Out On Top?

Since it's beginning in 1923 the FA Cup Final has attracted fans from across the UK and beyond to Wembley Stadium for a football game like no other. This year sees Arsenal take on Aston Villa at the home of English Football.

The two teams will meet on Saturday 30th May 2015 for the famous FA Cup Final after securing their places through two testing Semi-Final matches.

Current FA Cup champions Arsenal are set to defend their 2014 title after they secured a 2-1 win against Reading in their semi-final feat. The Gunners confirmed their place in the final after Reading's keeper, Adam Federci, fumbled and allowed Alexis Sanchez's shot to pass through his legs during extra-time.

Following their defeat, Federici tweeted 'Just like to say thank you for all your messages and how sorry I am for my mistake. We gave our all and deserved to at least take it to pens, it's part of being a goalkeeper and I'm sure it will make me stronger! Thank you again for your amazing support."

"The pressure is on Arsenal as they are the holders."  Aston Villa Boss, Tim Sherwood

Aston Villa have managed to reach their first FA Cup final in 15 seasons after their 2-1 win against Liverpool. Villa Boss Tim Sherwood said "We will be the underdogs, the pressure is on Arsenal as they are the holders." 


Talking about the final and the team's league positioning Sherwood added "For now we have to put the final on the backburner. There is a lot of hard work between now and that game. It'll be a great occasion for the football club but nothing is won yet. We need to secure our safety and then come back and take the game to Arsenal."

Fans can expect to see Arsenal sporting their yellow away kit as they defend their title at Wembley Stadium for a second successive season.

If Arsenal win the title again this year it will be their 12th FA Cup but will it be as thrilling as the Gunners' battle against Hull City last year?

Whichever team comes out on top there is guaranteed to be a fierce battle for the FA Cup 2015 title at Wembley Stadium



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