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FA People's Cup

The FA People's Cup is an annual English association football tournament organised by The Football Association. The first installment of the tournament, ran in partnership with the British Broadcasting Corporation's "Get Inspired" campaign took place in 2015.[1]

The tournament is open to any football player over the age of 16 and is technically made up of 15 separate tournaments with 15 finals. Categories include male, female, disability (separate tournaments for men and women) and futsal.[2] The finals are played at St George's Park National Football Centre near Burton-on-Trent.[3] The winners of each cup get tickets to that season's FA Cup Final.[4]


List of FA People's Cup Winners
2015[5] 2016[6] 2017[7] 2018[8]
Male Prize Hunters Hunters Woolpack United TCFC
Female Liverpool Feds A-Town Ladies Plymouth FC United
Male Veterans Canaries All Stars Liberties Vets Liberties Vets Options Management
Female Veterans n/a Hackney Jurassics Hackney Jurassics Nottingham Vets
Female Disability n/a n/a Aston Villa Aston Villa
Walking Football Codnor FC Grimsby Ancient Mariners Wokingham UB50 Fleetwood Town Flyers
Male Disability The Manchester Amputees Midtown Exeter City Westcliff United
Male Disability League n/a n/a Portland Danby Rovers
Male Disability Championship n/a n/a Warriors Swale Tigers
Cerebral Palsy West Midlands CP n/a n/a n/a
U14 Boys G4G FC Sandwell Academy Sproatley Juniors Finesse Academy
U14 Girls AFC Kempston Harvesters Ladies Kingston Select Stevenage Girls
U16 Boys ARD7 St. John's Wood FC Dorking Chewton
U16 Girls Cambridge Utd Frampton Rangers Sprowston Girls Bolton Lionesses
U16 Disability n/a Grange Academy Cedarsfield Maidstone United
Male Higher Education n/a n/a Filthy Fellas LADS FC
Female Higher Education n/a n/a Wockey FC Poppy's Players
University Male n/a n/a n/a Filthy Fellas
University Female n/a n/a n/a Lboro Rangers


  1. ^ "FA People's Cup Final". BBC Sport. 2015-05-25. Retrieved 2019-01-10.
  2. ^ Association, The Football. "Sign up for The FA People's Cup!".
  3. ^ Association, The Football. "Sign up for the FA Peoples Cup".
  4. ^ "Peoples Cup".
  5. ^ "FA People's Cup Final". 2015-05-25. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  6. ^ Association, The Football. "FA People's Cup champions crowned after thrilling finals day". Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  7. ^ "FA People's Cup 2017: Winners earn Wembley trip after five-a-side competition ends". 2017-05-02. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
  8. ^ "FA People's Cup 2018: Champions crowned at St George's Parks head to Wembley". 2018-04-29. Retrieved 2019-04-16.

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