29th August 2018, 13:55 | ChallengeCup
Catalans Dragons made history by becoming the first non-British winners in the 121 years of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, La Marseillaise rang out around Wembley as Catalans picked up their first piece of silverware after a 20-14 victory over Warrington Wolves.
Catalans and Warrington fans filled Wembley Way as they prepared to go head to head, over 50,000 fans witnessed the game which saw Remi Casty lift the Challenge Cup trophy 11 years after losing in the first ever Challenge Cup final at the new Wembley.
The teams walkout to performances from Belle Voci and Laura Wright.
Can you guess who this Catalans player is? Hint: Lance Todd Trophy
Tyrone Roberts tackling Catalans Dragons player...
Catalans opened the scoring after a try from Lewis Tierney in the opening minutes, Wolves looked to get back into the game but Tom Lineham's try was disallowed.
Tom Lineham disallowed try
Brayden Wiliame added to tries from Tierney and Ben Garcia to all but seal Dragons' victory.
Brayden Wiliame Try
Dragons climbed the stairs of Wembley Stadium to pick up the trophy before they carried on their on-field celebrations.
2018 Challenge Cup Final Winners
Catalans fans travelled all the way from Perpignan to watch their team.
Tony Gigot picks up his Lance Todd Trophy after his man of the match performance.
Lance Todd Trophy Winner Tony Gigot
The celebrations carried on from the field into the changing rooms...
Catalans Celebrating in the Changing rooms