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The Football Association Challenge Cup, commonly known as the FA Cup, is the oldest football competition in the world. The first FA Cup was played in 1871, with Wanderers FC emerging as the first champions. Over the years, the FA Cup has grown to become one of the most prestigious and sought-after trophies in football.

The FA Cup is an annual knockout competition in which teams from all levels of English football compete for the trophy. The competition is open to all teams, from the top tier of English football, the Premier League, down to non-league sides. The winner of the FA Cup qualifies for the following season's UEFA Europa League.

The FA Cup has a long and storied history, with many memorable moments and iconic matches. One of the most famous FA Cup finals was the 1953 "Matthews Final," in which Blackpool's Stanley Matthews inspired his team to a dramatic 4-3 victory over Bolton Wanderers. Another memorable final was the 2006 "Gerrard Final," in which Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard scored two late goals to lead his team to a thrilling 3-3 draw and eventual victory over West Ham United in extra time.

Throughout its history, the FA Cup has also been a platform for smaller teams to make a name for themselves. In 2013, Wigan Athletic, a team then playing in the second tier of English football, shocked the world by beating Manchester City in the final to lift the trophy for the first time in their history. The FA Cup has also been a stage for giant-killing upsets, with non-league sides occasionally knocking out top-flight teams in the early rounds of the competition.

In recent years, the FA Cup has undergone several changes to modernize the competition and increase its appeal. In 2016, the Football Association announced that the semi-finals and final of the FA Cup would be played at the iconic Wembley Stadium, giving fans the opportunity to experience the thrill of the competition in one of the world's most famous football stadiums.

Today, the FA Cup remains one of the most prestigious and coveted trophies in football, attracting millions of fans from around the world. With its rich history, iconic moments, and ongoing innovations, the FA Cup continues to be one of the most exciting and competitive football competitions in the world.