SCORPIONZ Blue were crowned FA People' Cup adult males champions after some thrilling football at St. George's Park, the home of England's national teams.

Slough-based Scorpionz, who won two regional qualifiers in February and March to reach the tournament, beat Lucky Sevens 5-4 on penalties in a nail-biting affair to become champions of the nation's biggest and most inclusive five-a-side football competition.

Jags Chaim is the team goalkeeper and scorer of the winning penalty. He said: "I'm over the moon. That pressure penalty was amazing.

"It's all about confidence. The boys gave me the confidence to score and it helped me with what to do.

"That's the first penalty I've ever taken, let alone scored, and to do it in the final as well was incredible.

"It's a team effort and I've got to say well done to the rest of the boys. I'm a keeper, I've got to do my bit, but they did their bit as well."

Over 5,000 teams took part in The FA People's Cup this season with more than 27,000 participants playing across 15 categories.

Scorpionz Blue will now prepare for a special day at The Emirates FA Cup final between Manchester City and Watford on Saturday 18th May where they will lift their FA People's Cup trophy on the hallowed Wembley turf at half-time.