Football fans suffering withdrawal symptoms after the World Cup in Brazil in July will quickly find a cure when Northern Ireland’s own world cup in the guise of the DALE FARM MILK CUP kicks off in the North West on Monday 28th July.
Liverpool and Rangers will meet in a mouthwatering Dale Farm Milk Cup for the first time this summer.
Some of the biggest clubs in world football will be in the hat when ex-England striker Dion Dublin makes today’s draw in Belfast for this summer’s Dale Farm Milk Cup tournament.
Teams from no fewer than 20 countries will compete at this summer’s Dale Farm Milk Cup.
Perhaps Milk Cup fans will witness another Manchester United starlet such as midweek goalscoring sensation James Wilson when the Red Devils return to the youth tournament this summer.
Craig Bellamy recalls receiving an award from Sir Alex Ferguson when he played for Wales as a teenager at the Dale Farm Milk Cup.
One of European football’s most highly acclaimed youth academies will be hoping to live up to its reputation when Spanish club Espanyol debut at the Dale Farm Milk Cup this summer.
The Fermanagh NI Cup Committee have already got their preparations underway for the 2014 Northern Ireland Cup and they are currently in the process of advertising for their Junior and Premier managerial positions.
This year’s Bertie Peacock Award Winners, Mark Megarry, Co Tyrone Premier Section and Brendan Glackin, Co Antrim Junior Section, attended the University of Ulster Institute of Sport at Jordanstown this week to commence part of their Award.