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FA People's Cup Finals 2018

Find all the details you need for FA People's Cup Finals weekend at St. George's Park

Monday 23 Apr 2018

The FA People’s Cup, England’s largest and most inclusive small-sided competition, hits the final stage in April.

This year’s edition saw over 45,000 players take part in 18 different categories, as the first round stage kicked-off at over 270 different venues in February.

And following the regionalised semi-finals in March, the category winners from across the country will now converge at St. George's Park for the Finals on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 April.

We wish everyone the best of luck and hope you have an enjoyable experience during the People's Cup. Please remember to respect your opponents, referees, venue staff, spectators and everyone who is taking part in the competition. If you experience any issues or have any queries please contact us directly at

Below is a full rundown on all the final games taking place this weekend along with tournament rules. Fans of the beautiful game are welcome to attend and remember to share your experience of The FA People’s Cup via the #FAPeoplesCup hashtag.

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All players should have received further details (arrival time, location) about their upcoming Finals session(s).

It is advised that all teams must arrive one hour prior to the session start time in order to complete final matchday registration and briefings.

There will be refreshments available for purchase throughout the weekend. Please bring cash in case card facilities are unavailable. You are free to bring your own refreshments but alcohol is not permitted and will be confiscated if found.

Changing rooms and lockers are on a first come-first served basis – please do not bring valuables, leave at your own risk.

There is parking on site at St. George’s Park, free of charge, however this is on a first come first served basis so please car share where possible. Stewards will direct you to the necessary areas on arrival.

For more information about The FA People's Cup, click here.

By FA Staff