Brackley Town substitute Andy Brown became the hero as Bromley lost on penalties in a historic FA Trophy final at Wembley.

Omar Bugiel’s strike 20 minutes into the first-half was cancelled out deep into injury time by a Roger Johnson own goal, forcing extra-time.

Two penalty misses from 12 yards out, after taking a two-nil lead, prompted a comeback from the Saints to clinch the trophy.

This was the first time in nearly 70 years that Bromley have played at Wembley and their best-ever FA Trophy campaign in the club’s 125-year history.

Manager Neil Smith opted to start Louis Dennis, who was inducted into the Vanarama National League’s Team of the Year, with Josh Rees and Brandon Hanlan on the bench.

Despite Bugiel scoring the only goal of the first 45 minutes, chances were to be had by both clubs at either end and promising a match full of goals.

However, the best action was to be had on the hour when there was a glut of goalscoring opportunities - particularly for Brackley Town - amid frenzy and panic.

Bromley’s opposition were denied by a goal-line clearance, and goalkeeper David Gregory’s leg, before a swivelled shot was skied over the crossbar on the 62-minute mark.

Smith introduced all his changes early into the restart which meant he could not bring on fresh players late on.

Brackley Town’s pressure finally paid off when Aaron Williams’ shot struck the post before Gareth Dean popped up on the far side to score on 95 minutes.

Both sides entered the added 30 minutes of extra-time fatigued, however, they ultimately cancelled each other out by pulling players back.

The Ravens took a two-nil lead on penalties, through Frankie Sutherland and Frankie Raymond, but the lead was eventually erased.

Bugiel smashed hit shot skywards and over the goal before captain Jack Holland hit the woodwork, with the Saints bringing it back to 4-4.

Andy Brown became Brackley Town's hero when he scored, ending a high-tempo affair that was filled with opportunities for both teams.