The SuperCupNI will celebrate a significant milestone this summer, as the tournament celebrates its 40th anniversary.
The eyes of the world will be on Qatar as the FIFA World Cup takes centre stage and for 25 players involved in the competition, they will have fond memories of using the STATSports SuperCupNI as a...
Tournament Details and the Entry Form have now been released by the Organisers for STATSports SuperCupNI 2023.
All those involved with SuperCupNI (formerly the Northern Ireland Milk Cup) are saddened to learn of the death of our dear friend Ryozo Enomoto in Japan.
The 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI was back with a bang this summer as teams from across the world descended upon three council areas for what was the first fully operational tournament since 2019.
To support the future development of the tournament, SuperCupNI organisers are asking all those who attend this year’s matches to take part in our online research survey.
The parade and opening ceremony of the 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI will see hundreds of aspiring young footballers hoping to follow in the footsteps of the guest of honour.
2017 Premier winners Right to Dream have had their attempts to regain their title scuppered after visa related issues left the Ghanaian side grounded ahead of the competition.
It has been described as the best Youth Football Tournament in Europe and this year, SuperCupNI is extending its footprint to introduce a Girls’ Tournament in July.
Manchester United’s English FA Youth Cup winning team will be making its way to Northern Ireland later on in July to take on some of Northern Ireland’s future stars in a two legged Challenge match at the 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI.
2017 Premier section winners Right to Dream will have their eyes set on claiming their second Premier title later on this summer at the 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI.
Premier League heavyweights Manchester United and Europa League finalists Rangers FC are among a 14 strong entry list for the Junior section of the 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI.
Twelve of Northern Ireland’s top U14 sides will face stern opposition from England, America, the United States of America and the Caribbean in the newly created Youth section of the STATSports SuperCupNI.
STATSports SuperCupNI is back and raring to go!!
The organisers of the 2022 STATSports SuperCupNI have confirmed that this summer’s competition will see a record-breaking number of teams descend upon Northern Ireland for five days of football action as it returns after the enforced absence due to the pandemic.
County Antrim SuperCupNI: End of an Era
Tournament Details and the Entry Form have now been released by the Organising Committee for STATSports SuperCupNI 2022.
Picture caption: Jim Sandford, SuperCupNI, with the Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman Billy Webb and Ross Oliver of Linfield FC.
Pictured – Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor William McCaughey with Victor Leonard, Chairman of SuperCupNI and Don Stirling, Ballymena United FC.
Pictured – Victor Leonard, Chairman of SuperCupNI with Councillor Richard Holmes, Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Colin McKendry, Chairman of Coleraine FC
Update – 15th July 2021
Three of Northern Ireland’s top youth sides will face some of Manchester United’s brightest prospects later on this summer.
Thirty years after some of Manchester United’s most famous sons secured their first piece of silverware, today’s Old Trafford’s brightest prospects will be descending upon Northern Ireland in July to take on some of Northern Ireland’s best.
Organisers of the STATSports SupercupNI have already honed their preparations for the 2022 tournament and it promises to be the biggest event in the tournament’s illustrious 39 year history.