The Reds stormed home against Melbourne City in the FFA Cup Final, running out 4-0 winners after a dominant second half display in front of a packed-house at Hindmarsh Stadium

At the centre of it all was 19-year-old Al Hassan Toure, who capped off his fifth goal of a breakout tournament and was key to almost-everything Adelaide created.

"It feels great," Toure said.

"Considering I was watching from home last year, winning the Cup means a lot. In front of the home fans, in front of friends and family, it's a joy to play.

"This is a dream come true. It's been a long time, we've been working very hard. It means a lot to my family, they've been supporting me since day one.

"I just want to let them know that I'm always here for them."

Nikola Mileusnic also made history, becoming the first player to score in two FFA Cup finals.

He's one of a growing Reds contingent who have surprised everyone, etching their name into Adelaide folklore with every stunning performance, and he couldn't believe it either.

"I never would have thought I'd win it twice coming from where I came, it's really positive for the boys. Ecstatic for everyone involved.

"Everytime we come here in front of our fans they give us so much energy."