Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Video content

    Video caption: Highlights: Hull beat Wigan to retain the Challenge Cup

    Thanks for following BBC Sport's coverage of the 2017 Challenge Cup final.

    It was a memorable day for Hull, who retained the famous trophy with an 18-14 win over Wigan at Wembley. Watch the main highlights by clicking on the play button above.

    Make sure you join us for the climax to the Super League season over the next few weeks, and of course the World Cup later this year.

  2. Hull FC retain the Challenge Cup

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Missed any of today's game? Catch up with Ged Scott's match report from Wembley...

    Hull FC 18-14 Wigan Warriors

    Mahe Fonua of Hull FC celebrates with Josh Griffin

    Mahe Fonua scores two tries, including a stunning match-winner, as Hull beat Wigan to retain the Challenge Cup.

    Read more
  3. Reaction

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    More from Hull head coach Lee Radford, talking about the tight turnaround between today's Challenge Cup win and their next Super League match on Thursday...

    "That's a tough one. The fixture list came out prior to the semi-finals and both teams knew that one of us was going to play on the Thursday.

    "Make no mistake, I'll name the side tomorrow. I think we could have been smarter by putting that game back 48 or 72 hours. It will take a special effort to get a result on Thursday."

  4. Get Involved


    Neil: Not a Wigan fan but that no try by Clubb was crucial.

    Paul: Clubb no try was right. No ball steel. Ball carrier's responsibility to keep hold of the ball.

    Dean: Never a try for Clubb as he was turning and the natural movement of Tuimavave. Arm did not strip the ball.

  5. Challenge Cup win a dream come true - Sneyd

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    More on-field reaction now courtesy of BBC Sport's Matt Newsum, who has been speaking to man of the match Marc Sneyd...

    Video content

    Video caption: Marc Sneyd: Second Challenge Cup final win with Hull FC 'a dream come true'
  6. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    The Hull celebrations will be going on late into the night, you feel.

    Their players are posing for pictures in their dressing room right now.

    "This is what you play rugby for and I couldn't be more jealous," says Jon Wilkin in the BBC studio.

  7. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Jon Wilkin

    Former England international on BBC One

    Marc Sneyd was excellent, but we really need to mention Liam Watts and Gareth Ellis. Scott Taylor had one of his best games. Hull's middle unit took it to Wigan.

    Hull's fortunes changed with the recruitment of Gareth Ellis in 2013. It changed their whole culture.

  8. Sneyd for England?

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    In our Red Button forum there's an interesting conversation going on between our BBC pundits about Marc Sneyd and whether, with a World Cup coming up later this year, he should be involved at international level with England.

    Maybe that's another discussion topic for you to get stuck into...

  9. Get Involved


    Adam: Wow. What a final. Absolutely phenomenal stuff from Marc Sneyd, a well-deserved Lance Todd winner.

    Matt: Much happier to see Hull lift the Challenge Cup this year.

    Sarah: Congratulations Hull FC. Worthy champions of a fantastic game, I'm exhausted just watching it.

    Get in touch using #bbcrl on social media.

  10. 'Incredible' Challenge Cup win - Houghton

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    BBC Sport's Matt Newsum spoke to Hull's Danny Houghton straight after the full-time whistle...

    Video content

    Video caption: Danny Houghton - Retaining Challenge Cup trophy 'incredible'
  11. Reaction

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Hull winger Mahe Fonua, who scored two tries: "I'm really pleased with today's result. We had a monkey on our backs last year with never winning at Wembley but I'm pleased to be a part of two back-to-back wins."

  12. Post update

    BBC Red Button

    BBC One's coverage has finished, but stick with us...

    There's a Red Button forum about to begin, which you can watch by clicking on the play button at the top of the page.

  13. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Brian Noble

    Ex-Great Britain coach on BBC One

    Ultimately the difference between the two teams was the Lance Todd Trophy winner, Marc Sneyd. He kicked smartly and Wigan couldn't match that.

  14. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Jamie Peacock

    Former England captain on BBC One

    Credit to both sides. Hull edged it. They have a game plan that works for them and they built pressure with their kicking.

  15. Get Involved


    So what did you make of that? Hull are Challenge Cup winners again.

    Get in touch using #bbcrl on social media.

  16. Hull lift the Challenge Cup

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Hoodoo? What Wembley hoodoo?

    Hull were known for never winning at the national stadium. Now they've done it twice in 12 months.

    They're getting used to that victorious walk up to the collect the trophy.

    Gareth Ellis, in his final year as a professional before retiring, lifts the famous cup to loud cheers from those who have travelled down from east Yorkshire.

  17. Reaction

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Wigan head coach Shaun Wane: "I thought we had a chance but I'm not sure if we deserved it. We weren't good enough in the second half. We needed to put them under pressure and we didn't. Hull are rightly the winners today."

  18. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Wigan's players are dragging their bruised bodies up the famous steps - unfortunately for those in cherry and white, they're going up as runners-up.

    What an effort they gave.

  19. Reaction

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Hull head coach Lee Radford: "I said at half-time that these boys don't give in and they didn't disappoint. The boys gave everything. Phenomenal effort."

    Man of the match Marc Sneyd: "We've earned it and no one can take this away from us. We've won it two years on the bounce with the toughest route so nobody can take days like this away."

  20. Post update

    FT: Hull FC 18-14 Wigan

    Watch BBC One coverage by clicking on the play button at the top of the page for reaction to Hull's victory at Wembley.

    I'll be here until 18:00 BST to follow the celebrations.

    Hull fans celebrate