Sunday, 12 February 2017


The FA Sunday Cup is now down to the last four with Home & Bargain, New Salamis, Chessington United and The Hardwick FC all through to the semi-finals. North London based New Salamis (of The Kopa League) could be only the third team to retain the trophy in it's illustrious history - St Josephs (1980 and 1981) and Fantail (1995 and 1996) are the only teams to win it twice in a row. 

Match action from Home & Bargain's Fifth Round victory over Ferrybridge Progressive earlier today - Pictures courtesy of @paulmoran62 (well worth a follow on Twitter) 

HOME & BARGAIN play in the Liverpool Business Houses Premier League and are currently in fourth place of nine teams.

Chessington United celebrate their win on kicks from the penalty mark over Kopa League Omonia earlier today. 

CHESSINGTON UNITED are members of the Leatherhead and District Sunday League where they are currently top of the Premier Division and on course to win the title for the third season in a row - they won Division One in 2013/14 

THE HARDWICK play in the Stockton Sunday League and are currently in second place but if they win their games in hand they will overtake Portrack FC who are currently table toppers. 

NEW SALAMIS are the current holders of the FA Sunday Cup having beaten Barnes AFC on penalty kicks in the final last season at Selhurst Park. 

The draw will be made by The Football Association tomorrow. 

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