AFC Wimbledon were crowned champions of the League 2 Kids Cup after a 7-1 success against Fleetwood Town at Wembley Stadium.

Represented by Corpus Christi Catholic Primary, the Wombles sealed the win against Fleetwood representatives Hambleton Primary thanks to four Jamal Musiala goals and efforts from Ben Elliott, Sung Jae-Cho and Ethan Etukudo.

Tony Mesourouni, a teacher at Corpus Christi Catholic Primary, said: "It was absolutely brilliant. The players stepped up. I see their talent a lot when coaching them so I know what they're capable of doing. I'm glad they got to show what they can do to everyone else - it was very impressive.

"We had two tough tournaments that we managed to get through, and that's a dream come true not just for the players but for myself and the other teachers, too.

"The Football League have done a fantastic job. The whole experience is really good for bonding and we'll be talking about this for many years to come."

A national six-a-side competition for children aged 11 and under, the road to Wembley in The Football League Kids Cup started at the beginning of September.

Corpus Christi Catholic Primary and Hambleton Primary battled through a number of local rounds and regional tournaments against other schools to reach the competition's climax, which was staged under the famous Wembley arch prior to the Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off Final.

AFC Wimbledon made a lively start to the game with Musiala running down the left wing and squaring the ball to Etukudo, but the striker was denied by a strong challenge from Fleetwood Town defender Mali Crabtree.

The Dons weren't made to wait long before opening the scoring, though. Etukudo this time turned provider for Jae-Cho who applied a calm, low finish to make it 1-0.

However, the Cod Army instantly hit back. Rocco Giannone went on a strong run down the right-hand side and drilled the ball into the far corner past Jack Hackett to restore parity at 1-1.

The sides weren't level for long at the national stadium as Musiala netted a four-minute hat-trick before the break. The youngster jinked past a few tackles before burying into the far corner for 2-1 and then slotted home a few moments later to stretch the lead to 3-1.

In between, he also set up Etukudo after picking the ball up on the halfway line, ghosting past a challenge and feeding his team-mate whose shot was well saved by Fleetwood 'keeper Toby Ronson.

Musiala's third and Wimbledon's fourth came just before the interval when he again picked up the ball in a deep position, ran past a few challenges and fired a rocket passed Ronson.

The second half continued in similar style, despite Fleetwood captain Joshua Hampson trying his best to break up play and Joshua Taylor putting in some strong tackles.

But the Dons weren't to be denied and made it 5-1 through captain Ben Elliott. The skipper shrugged off a challenge, cut inside on his left foot and rifled a bullet shot into the top corner from fully 15 yards.

Musiala then grabbed his fourth of the afternoon in the capital when Etukudo's long-range free-kick was blocked by Dylan Thompson on the line and the goal machine poked in the rebound.

Despite being a vital cog in the Dons' attacking unit, Etukudo still couldn't get his name on the scoresheet, twice being denied by a brilliant double-save from Ronson.

The striker eventually got his reward when he made it 7-1 from a free-kick. With the ball on the edge of the box, Etukudo coolly ran up and side-footed the ball around the wall and into the corner to complete the scoring.

It was a comprehensive victory for AFC Wimbledon, and although Fleetwood Town continued to battle until the final whistle, they were powerless to stop the Dons' attacking juggernaught.

After the trophy lift, Wimbledon goalkeeper Hackett said: "It was an honour to play at Wembley. Chances like this don't come often.

"We have good attacking players but our defenders are really good too. They help me out a lot and if they weren't there i'd have a lot more shots to deal with."

AFC Wimbledon Kids Cup

AFC Wimbledon, represented by Corpus Christi Catholic Primary: Jack Hackett (GK), Ben Elliot (capt), Tae-Woo Kim, Nolan Inema, Sung Jae-Cho, Jayden Garner, Jamal Musiala, Ethan Etukudo.

Fleetwood Town, represented by Hambleton Primary: Toby Ronson (GK), Mali Crabtree, Joshua Taylor, Joshua Hampson, Dylan Thompson, Rocco Giannone, Travis Stringfellow, Jacob Anderson.

Thanks to Mitre for supplying both teams with their Wembley kits.