Feltham amateur side Top Ballerz are on top of the world after being crowned FA Umbro Fives champions at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
They beat off competition from across the country, culminating in a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win over White Dogs in the final under the huge Wembley arch.
However, their road to glory started with a bump with a group stage loss to Genesis.
But they recovered with back-to-back wins over White Dogs, who they would later meet in the final, and Jonathon Elkin.
Further victories over two Galacticos teams, from Nottingham and Salford, in the last 16 and quarter-final, and a semi-final win over Liberties, put them in the final.
The finalists were whittled down from more than 1,700 teams across the UK, with games starting last March and continuing throughout the summer, culminating in Sunday's 24-team showpiece.
Top Ballerz skipper Colin Mortley said: "This has been one of the best days of my life, I can't believe we won!
"It was a memorable day as it's every kids' dream to lift a trophy at Wembley, and I've just done it in front of my friends and family.
"I can't wait to try and retain our title next year."
ALMOST two decades after their finest hour, Bedfont Sunday's Middlesex County Cup winning side of 1989-90 were back in action on Sunday.
Dubbed Bedfont Sunday Legends, they beat the club's veteran side 3-1 with goals from Mark Sturley, Bobby Watson and Gordon McAvoy.
Mark Harburn pulled one back for the veterans.
Legands manager Tom Fountain also made an eventful 10-minute appearance - missing a penalty and giving one away.
The Legends team was: Craig Woodbridge, Charlie Weaver, Simon Edwards, Mark Harper, Kevin Archer, Dave Porter, Gordon McAvoy, Steve McPherson, Jimmy Williams, Gary Felce and Mark Sturley, with Toggy Martin , Ciaron Dixon, Terry Wood, Bobby Watson and Tom Fountain on the bench.
It was also a good day for the first team, who beat Chiswick
Griffin 4-0 thanks to a late burst of four goals in 10 minutes with just 20 minutes left.
Gavin Bamford opened the scoring on 71 minutes before a quick-fire five-minute brace from Vinny Hodges killed the game off, and Mark Smith put the icing on the cake on 81 minutes.
However, Scott Sheridan's brilliant 40-yard strike was little consolation for the second team as they went down 6-1 at Barnes Albion A.
The previous day, Saturday side Bedfont Sports chalked up their third successive Middlesex County Premier win by beating title-holders Indian Gymkhana 3-2.
Neville Barrett gave Bedfont the lead, but they fell behind before a late five-minute brace from Kenrick Harriott sealed victory.
But the reserves were knocked out of the Reserves Subsidiary Trophy 3-1 by Epsom & Ewell's reserves, despite an Azeez Dairo strike.