Chesterfield win Johnstone's Paint Trophy
Chesterfield claimed the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on their first visit to the new Wembley as an own goal and late Craig Westcarr strike earned them a 2-0 win against Swindon.
The Spireites had to withstand a barrage of Swindon pressure for the majority of the first half and much of the second following Jack Lester's disallowed strike in the eighth minute.
But the npower League One side, who last graced the national stadium in 1995, held firm and went ahead through an own goal from Swindon's Oliver Risser before Westcarr netted in second-half stoppage time to secure a memorable victory.
Chesterfield's first sight of goal came after just four minutes, but Lester's header from Drew Talbot's right-wing cross did not trouble goalkeeper Wes Foderingham.
At the other end, the Robins showed early signs of being able to cut their opponents apart as Simon Ferry played in Alan Connell only for the striker to chip harmlessly over.
Lester had the ball in the back of the Swindon net in the eighth minute after following up Simon Ford's attempt which rebounded off the crossbar, but saw the goal ruled out for offside.
After a nervous opening, Swindon started to settle and Lee Holmes' curling effort from the edge of the box flew just over after 18 minutes.
The League Two side slowly gained the upper hand and goalkeeper Tommy Lee did well to paw Holmes' deflected shot to safety.
One fine move carved Chesterfield apart in four inch-perfect passes, only for Connell to volley wide when well placed inside the box.
Matt Ritchie's low drive brought a comfortable save out of Lee late in the first half as Paolo Di Canio's side dominated without finding a way through.
However, the Robins' wastefulness in front of goal was punished by Chesterfield after the interval in the most fortuitous of circumstances.
After Jordan Bowery's effort was saved by Foderingham, Alex Mendy collected the loose ball, turned his marker and fizzed in a low centre which was prodded into his own net by Risser.
Swindon were rocked and Westcarr went within a foot of doubling his side's lead on the hour when he turned Alan McCormack only to drag his shot wide.
The Spireites wasted a gilt-edged chance to put the game to bed with 18 minutes remaining when Westcarr missed the target when one-on-one with Foderingham.
Di Canio rejigged his team as they chased the game, switching formation to 3-4-3, and Holmes should have done better than shoot tamely at Lee.
The Chesterfield goalkeeper then came to his team's rescue late on, producing a superb fingertip save to push Alessandro Cibocchi's header to safety.
But Chesterfield's celebrations could start in earnest in injury time when Westcarr raced clear to beat Foderingham and make it 2-0.