Maidstone United Raiders were presented with their FA People’s Cup trophy in front of more than 85,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium.
The under 16s were guests of the Football Association to watch Manchester City’s thumping 6-0 win against Watford.
Josh Newton-Taylor received the trophy on behalf of the team during the half time interval.
Raiders won the youth disability final at St George’s Park last month to retain the title.
Head of disability football Lorraine Humm said: “The FA People’s Cup has been brilliant for the Raiders.
“What other grassroots competition do you get the chance to pick up your trophy in front of thousands of football fans at the national stadium?
“The lads really enjoyed their day out at Wembley and they got to see plenty of goals too!”