See The Fa Cup Champion List: Arsenal Master 14 Trophies

See the FA Cup Champion List: Arsenal Master 14 Trophies

Arsenal players celebrate after beating Manchester City in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley Stadium, England, 18 July 2020. Justin Tallis / Pool via REUTERS

Arsenal players celebrate after beating Manchester City in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley Stadium, England, 18 July 2020. Justin Tallis / Pool via REUTERS

, Jakarta - Arsenal have the right to label themselves as King of the FA Cup after winning the 14th trophy of the world's oldest soccer competition in the 2019/2020 final.

Facing Chelsea in the final at Wembley Stadium, London, Saturday local time, Sunday, August 2, 2020 WIB, Arsenal managed to rise from behind due to Christian Pulisic's quick goal and turned to victory through douffol Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

As reported by Antara, Arsenal will lead the list of FA Cup champions for at least the next two seasons, given their closest competitor is still adrift of two trophies behind namely Manchester United, which is 12 times champion.

On the other hand, this success also made Mikel Arteta the 18th person to win the FA Cup as a player and coach.

Arteta's opponent, Frank Lampard must postpone his ambition to carve a similar note at least one season in the future.

Meanwhile, Arteta also became the second person to carve that with Arsenal after George Graham, who won as a player in 1970/1971 and coach in 1992/1993.

Following is the list of FA Cup champions for the past decade:

2019/20 Arsenal
2018/19 Manchester City
2017/18 Chelsea
2016/17 Arsenal
2015/16 Manchester United
2014/15 Arsenal
2013/14 Arsenal
2012/13 Wigan
2011/12 Chelsea
2010/11 Manchester City

List of most FA Cup champions of all time:

14 - Arsenal
12 - Manchester United
8 - Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea
7 - Aston Villa, Liverpool
6 - Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United, Manchester City
5 - Wanderers *, West Bromwich Albion, Everton
4 - Sheffield United, Bolton, Wolverhampton
3 - Sheffield Wednesday, West Ham United
2 - Old Etonians, Bury, Preston North End, Nottingham Forest, Sunderland, Portsmouth
1 - Oxford University, Royal Engineers, Clapham Rovers *, Old Carthusians, Blackburn Olympic *, Notts County, Bradford, Barnsley, Burnley, Huddersfield, Cardiff City, Derby County, Charlton Athletic, Blackpool, Leeds United, Southampton, Ipswich Town, Coventry City, Wigan

* The team has broken up

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