The frightened resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said neighbours were "fed up" with having to deal with fans heading to the stadium and claims they fear for their safety.
They captured fans wearing Manchester United shirts on video pouring into the street and forcing cars to stop on Chalkhill Road.
Man Utd went on to beat Crystal Palace 2-1 in extra time in the final that evening.
"This isn't the first time this has happened, but this occasion was probably the worst," the resident told getwestlondon .
"They used my driveway as a urinating area, and when asking them politely not to, I was told to 'f*** off' with hand gestures.
"As said, before they were jumping on people's cars, bottles and cans were thrown and saying that 'this town was theirs'.
"I think the main issue is that residents get fed up with it on every occasion. Everyone from the outside thinks that Wembley is wonderful and fabulous but the real story is residents suffer.
"After Saturday, we fear for our safety when issues like this arise, and fans think it's reasonable to act in this manner.
"I have a six-year-old son who was absolutely scared on that Saturday, and never did they once think of my child while acting in this disgraceful behaviour."
The resident also claims that police didn't respond to their call about the incident. They said: "I called 999 and they said they would be with me in 60 minutes. They didn't turn up".
getwestlondon has approached Met Police for comment.