BT Sport’s Pub Cup is back and bigger than ever

BT sport has announced that the BT Sport Pub Cup will go back for its third year, with this year’s match set to be the biggest but.

Following the success state-of-the-art last year’s opposition, which changed into won by means of East London pub, The Gun, in thrilling fashion, the 2019 BT Sport Pub Cup could be open to greater groups than ever earlier than, with over 190 locations up for grabs throughout a guys’s and a ladies’s event.

This year BT Sport Pub can also be giving freely a complete Puma group package for each BT Sport Pub crew that enters the draw to compete.

The unfastened-to-input competition, which ambitions to have fun pubs and their football groups, starts at the 8th can also with twelve nearby qualifiers at stadiums across the United Kingdom, including Anfield – Liverpool, Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace, St. Marys – Southampton, Molineux – Wolverhampton, Stadium latest light – Sunderland, Liberty Stadium – Swansea and Windsor Park – Belfast, earlier than the prevailing teams face present dayf inside the semi-finals at the town Academy, domestic trendy Manchester city and with the final at Newcastle’s St. James’ Park on 4th June.

Bruce Cuthbert, director business customers, BT Sport, stated: “This 12 months we’re bringing again the BT Sport Pub Cup, bigger and better, with extra groups in a position to take part and the biggest pub group package giveaway ever. Sport is such an important present day pub lifestyle and this opposition targets to reinforce the tie among licensees and their communities via supplying a once in a life time enjoy to pub football teams up and down the USA.”

Robbie Savage, supervisor modern-day ultimate year’s winners, The Gun, said ultra-modern the 2018 competition: “It’s been very professional, very organised and a first-rate initiative to provide those men the possibilities to play at a few remarkable venues.”

John Hartson, who controlled final year’s finalists, the Liver Vaults stated: “The Pub Cup is a extraordinary advert for all the pubs throughout the country and fair play to BT Sport for putting something like this on.”