Their resounding 4-0 victory over Aston Villa brought the season to a close in spectacular fashion, with Theo Walcott opening the scoring just before half-time.

Some of Arsenal's British contigent celebrate with goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny

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More than 200,000 Arsenal fans are thought to have lined the rainy streets of north London to congratulate the players on their cup success, with an open-top bus winding through the streets of Islington.
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FA Cup winners parade

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Starting in Drayton Park, near Emirates Stadium, the procession began at 11am and moved north before a private reception at Islington Assembly Hall.

Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini, Wojciech Szczesny and Jack Wilshere pose for a photo during the parade

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And Wilshere, at times hiding behind a pair of sunglasses after reportedly partying until 6am, seemed to be particularly enjoying himself.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger holds the trophy as he rides a bus with his players during a victory parade

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Remarkably, this was the sixth FA Cup win of Arsene Wenger's career, the joint-most that any manager has ever achieved.

Jack Wilshere led the singing with the fans

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The players celebrated with the waiting fans outside The Emirates Stadium and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
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Particularly Wilshere, who decided to grab the microphone and lead Arsenal fans in a rendition of a derogatory song about local rivals Tottenham (apologies for the bad language).
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With the summer transfer window ahead, Arsenal players and fans are hoping that, with the right reinforcements, they could be celebrating the Premier League title in just under a year's time.
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