Following the success of a similar projects in 2011 and 2012, photographer Jeff Martin of 360Cities returned to the home of football at the weekend to shoot the world's largest 360 panoramic sports photo.
The hardware and software used in creating the Wembley 360s now allows for an even smoother and quicker turnaround than previously. It's already live on the Wembley website for you to view.
The Wembley 360 is shot from opposite the players' tunnel at pitch-side using high-end Canon camera equipment that allows rapid firing of hundreds of images within a few minutes. Afterwards, the images are assembled, stitched together and uploaded to create the final composition.
Roger Maslin, the Managing Director of Wembley, said: "We're delighted to once again offer fans a special memento of their day at this year's FA Cup Final and hope the photo captures the fantastic atmosphere fans bring to Wembley Stadium.
"We have some very special events at Wembley this summer with the Champions League Final and a terrific run of concerts including Bruce Springsteen, The Killers and Robbie Williams."
Tag yourself and find your friends by visiting the Wembley 360 website.