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.
After months of planning and meetings with government departments and discussions with tournament partners and funders, the Organising Committee of STATSports SupercupNI has made the decision to cancel this year’s Tournament, which was due to kick off on Sunday 25th July.
Tournament Details and the Entry Form have now been released by the Organising Committee for STATSports Super Cup NI 2021.
Pictured – Co Armagh come up against a Tottenham Hotspur side featuring Harry Winks at the 2012 tournament
Pictured, Head Coach Stefan Seaton with his Co Antrim side as they celebrate their Junior Section final win in 2017
Pictured, Co Fermanagh celebrate socring against Spanish side Malaga in 2015
Pictured, Co Tyrone side at 2007 tournament Former County Tyrone chairman Sean Curneen has reflected on the incredible talent that represented the ‘Red Hand County’ and added that it...
Pictured, Victor Leonard, Chairman of Organising Committee, pictured with Bridgene Keeley, McKeever Hotel Group and Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster. It is one of the...
STATSports SuperCupNI graduate and 1991 Manchester United winner Nicky Butt at last year’s opening parade in Coleraine with tournament chairman Victor Leonard. Organisers of the...
The STATSports Super Cup NI youth football tournament, due to start on August 2nd, has been cancelled.
STATSports SuperCup NI chairman Victor Leonard (left) with (l to r): Katherine Murphy, Corrymeela’s bookings and centre programme manager; Jason Andrews, Profile Event Management; Tim Magowan, interim executive director, Corrymeela; and Jim Sandford, public relations officer, SuperCupNI.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says he is “deeply saddened” by the death of ex-United team-mate Harry Gregg.
The STATSports SuperCupNI has a major success on its hands … with a Minor effort!
Donegal Gaelic Football star Frank McGlynn has announced his retirement.
The 2020 STATSports Super Cup NI tournament may not start until next August but preparations in the County Down camp in Northern Ireland are well underway, with the managers’ of the Junior and Premier squads appointed.
Tournament Details and the Entry Form have now been released by the Organizing Committee for next year’s STATSports Super Cup NI.
American outfit NC Elite are the 2019 SuperCupNI Globe champions following a shock win over Celtic in what was a drab affair at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
Manchester United legend Nicky Butt will open the STATSports SuperCupNI international youth tournament in Coleraine on Sunday.
The next generation of Manchester United’s aspiring stars are ready to roll up at the STATSports SuperCupNI.
Ballymena United’s SuperCupNI graduates Kofi Balmer and Jim Ervin are eyeing up the visit of Manchester United’s U-23s for a Showgrounds date with the Sky Blues.
They’ve been Northern Ireland’s leading light at the competition for over 6 years and their Junior side could make history this summer by becoming the first ever team to win three consecutive titles.