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Details have now been released for the 2010 Umbro International cup, an event which pits Sunday League and amateur players from all across europe.
Europes largest Men’s Open Age soccer tournament features 100 teams from all over the UK and Europe who will take part in the largest and most prestigious Open Age Football Tournament.
Team Entry Fee: £150 per team
Each team plays 3 games on Saturday and up to a further 3 games on Sunday to reach the finals in one of 4 of competitions.
A record number of 103 teams entered the 2009 tournament including a newly formed CORPORATE CUP.
Accommodation is provided at Manchester University or nearby hotels.
New Sports Facility
The 2010 tournament games took place at the Manchester University’s Wythenshawe’s Sports Grounds where a new £2m Sports Changing Facility was available for all the teams.
2009 Umbro Footballkits.co.uk Trophy
(Winners) Toby Celtic 6 – 4 (Penalties) CS Sports
(Plate) Manningham FC 3 – 2 Govan Athletic
2009 Umbro Dynamis Trophy
(Winners) Brooklands 4 – 0 Norris Green
(Plate) Cranes Utd 5 – 4 (Penalties) Light Oaks Villa
2009 Club Website Trophy
(Winners) Brushes Rangers 3 – 0 Irlam Railway
(Plate) West Didsbury & Chorlton 0 – 2 Radcliffe Boys
2009 Inter City Watch Trophy
(Winners) Eaton Manor 0 – 2 Pack Horse FC
(Plate) Manchester Medics 0 – 1 The Civil Service
2009 Euro Worldwide Events Ltd Trophy
(Winners) Broadway Urmston 0 – 2 Beaumont Athletic
(Plate) Charlestown CWC 3 – 4 ( Penalties) Wythenshawe Albion
2009 Corporate Cup
(Winners) JJB 4 – 2 (Penalties) Umbro
(Plate) PWC 0 – 0 ICG Technology
Superb Fields – Great Sporting Atmosphere – Minimum 5 Games over the Weekend – Teams return Year after Year!
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