FA Cup Final 2015/16
The 2015/16 FA Cup Final will take place on Saturday 21st May 2016.
FA Cup Final 2014/15
Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa - Saturday 30th May (BBC 1, 5.30pm)
Arsenal retained the FA Cup for the second time in their history after recording a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Aston Villa. The Walcott opened the scoring with a fine strike five minutes before the break, before Alexis Sanchez scored an absolute screamer early on in the second-half. Per Mertesacker added a third on the hour mark, while Olivier Giroud rounded off the action late on.
Check out the tips, betting specials, and offers below:
FA Cup Final Offers
- Boylesports: Money back as a free bet on FA Cup Final if Theo Walcott scores the last goal.
- Paddy Power: Place a pre match bet of £20 or more on the Fa Cup Final and get a free £10 in-play bet.
- Paddy Power: 5/1 Arsenal or 16/1 Aston Villa to lift the cup (New Customers)
- Bet Victor: Money back on selected markets if FA Cup Final goes to a penalty shoot out.
- Coral: 6/1 Arsenal to win (New customers).
- Ladbrokes: 4/1 Arsenal to win (New customers).
- Betfair: Over 2.5 goals to be scored in the FA Cup Final: Yes 5/1 or No 7/1 (New customers)
- Betfair: £10 Free bet with every goal scored in FA Cup Final (New Customers)
- Betfair: 4/1 Arsenal or 12/1 Aston Villa to win (New Customers)
- Betway: £10 Free bet with every goal scored in FA Cup Final (New Customers)
Arsenal v Aston Villa Odds
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Arsenal v Aston Villa Route To Final
Arsenal Route To Final
- Semi-Final: Reading 1-2 Arsenal (aet)
- Quarter-Final: Man Utd 1-2 Arsenal
- 5th Round: Arsenal 2-0 Middlesbrough
- 4th Round: Brighton 2-3 Arsenal
- 3rd Round: Arsenal 2-0 Hull
Aston Villa Route To Final
- Semi-Final: Aston Villa 2-1 Liverpool
- Quarter-Final: Aston Villa 2-0 West Brom
- 5th Round: Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester City
- 4th Round: Aston Villa 2-1 Bournemouth
- 3rd Round: Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool
FA Cup Final 2013/14 - Arsenal 3-2 Hull (aet)
The 2013/14 FA Cup Final was contested between Arsenal and Hull on Saturday 17 May 2014 at Wembley Stadium. The Gunners won the famous trophy after recovering from an early two goal deficit to win the match 3-2 in extra time. Arsene Wenger's men were the odds-on favourites to win the cup, but Hull nearly conjured up a huge shock, and will be devastated to leave London empty handed.