Folville Junior School (Leicester) 1 - 0 Aldryngton Primary School (Reading)
Goal: Luqman Said.

A nine-month road to Wembley ended in ecstasy for Folville Junior School on Saturday as their captain Luqman Said hit the winner in the 2010 Community Cup Championship Final.

Organised by The Football League Trust and club community teams, the competition is a national tournament for pupils aged 11 and under and this season saw over 1,500 players take part.

Playing under the famous arch two hours before the Coca-Cola Championship Play-Off Final, Folville - representing Leicester City - secured victory as Said snuck through the Aldryngton Primary School defence to clinch the school their ninth title of the season.

"It makes me feel happy - I will never forget this day," admitted the heroic captain. "I have been excited all week, I couldn't get to sleep very well because of the game.

"It is a great feeling but without my team mates and our coaches we couldn't have got here. It is a great way to finish the season."

Having piled on the early pressure, Aldryngton - representing Reading - were unlucky not to take the lead as Omar Shakir led an assault with two shots drifting agonisingly wide and a third blocked on the line.

The momentum shifted just before the break as Folville took charge with Said raining in on goal. Working well with his brother Yunus, he had an effort blocked and then struck over the bar.

But, finally his efforts paid off as the captain struck after the break to add to the school's impressive hoard this season and win more silverware for Leicester City after Overton Grange School won the U13 Girls Cup on behalf of the Foxes before the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in March.

"It feels fantastic, it is brilliant news," added Folville Head Teacher, Bruce Wells. "We have had a fantastic season, we've won nine trophies but this is the best by far.

"We played at the Walkers Stadium but this is three times better - it is incredible. Most of the boys are leaving school this year so it will be a memory for life for them. I am really proud."

Despite their best efforts, it was heartbreak for Aldryngton who battled hard but couldn't find a way through their opponent's defence.

However, despite the anguish, their teacher Terri Gregory insists that it was an experience that will live with each of the players for their rest of their lives.

"I think that once they get their heads around the loss they will realise that they have had a great day," she said. "They have had a great time, all of their parents were here and that will sink in soon enough.

"They have been very excited all week, we've been to the London Eye - the excitement has gone through the roof, and even though they lost it has been worth every minute of it."