Manchester United Premier Cup - Pacific Finals 2013

Two of the world’s greatest football teams, the Western Sydney Wanderers FC and Manchester United, come together with Nike to present the Manchester United Premier Cup Pacific Finals, this weekend.

Two of the world-s greatest football teams, the Western Sydney Wanderers FC and Manchester United, come together with Nike to present the Manchester United Premier Cup Pacific Finals, this weekend.

Come along to Blacktown Football Park to see eight of the Pacific-s best U15-s teams compete for the right to represent the region at the World Finals in the UK later this year.

Competition starts at 9:30am on both Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th, culminating with the Final on Sunday at 11:45am. The final draw will be made on Friday night and posted to our social media sites.

Your favourite Wanderers players will be making appearances over the weekend, so make sure you come down and join in all the activities - admission is free!

Be sure to follow our Facebook and Twitter pages for regular score updates all weekend.

HISTORY OF THE MANCHESTER UNITED PREMIER CUP The Manchester United Premier Cup (MUPC) started in the UK as a regional tournament in 1993. With a combined passion for the game, Manchester United Football Club and Nike joined forces in 2003 and the MUPC has now grown into one of the largest and most highly regarded football events of its kind. Over one million players have taken part in MUPC competition this edition alone, with over 9,000 teams from more than 40 countries competing for a place at the 2013 World Finals.

WORLD FINALS 2013 Since 2003 the World Finals have been held in various places globally including the United States and Hong Kong, and in August of this year, they return to Manchester, England. Preliminary competition will be staged at Manchester United-s first team-s Carrington training ground, with the Grand Final to be played in the Theatre of Dreams itself, Old Trafford. The search to find 20 of the world-s best U15s teams from around the globe to compete at this year-s World Finals is now well and truly underway - and by the end of this weekend, one of the below eight teams will have earned the once in a lifetime opportunity to represent Australia and New Zealand on the global MUPC stage.

NZ - Onehunga Soccer and Sports Club NNSW - Hamilton Olympic FC NSW - Blacktown City FC QLD - Moreton Bay United FC WA - Perth Soccer Club TAS - South Hobart FC VIC - Whittlesea Ranges FC SA - West Adelaide Soccer Club

We look forward to seeing you there!