Last updated : Sunday, 26 November 2023
The Bradford Summer Cup is an amateur football league that is held in Bradford, England. It is open to teams from all over the district and is played during the summer months. The competition is organized by Akif Khan and is supported by the West Riding FA.
The Bradford Summer Cup was first held in 2017. The inaugural winner was Toller FC, who defeated Clayton AFC in the final. The competition has grown in popularity in recent years and now attracts over 100 teams each year.
The Bradford Summer Cup is a knockout competition. The teams are divided into groups and the top teams from each group progress to the knockout stages. The final is played at a neutral venue.
The competition is played under the rules of the English FA. The matches are 90 minutes long, with two halves of 45 minutes each. There is no extra time or penalties in the knockout stages.
The matches in the Bradford Summer Cup are played at a variety of venues across Bradford. Some of the regular venues include:
- Aperley Bridge Playing Fields
- Clayton ARLFC
- Eccleshill Sports and Social Club
- Marshall Park Football Club
- Shipley Allstars Football Club
The Bradford Summer Cup is sponsored by a number of local businesses, including:
- Akif Khan Sports
- Bradford City FC
- West Riding FA