The women’s Pub Cup was won by West Midland’s team, Shifnal Town, who won an equally gripping final against The Golden Hind 5 – 4.
Bruce Cuthbert, Director Commercial Customers, BT Sport, said: “After a long time away from grassroots football and our local pubs we are delighted to be able to give grassroots pub teams a chance to get back on the pitch.
This year, we are back with a bang, and hosting the final at Wembley will allow us to make many players’ dreams a reality, as they step out onto the hallowed turf and home of England.
It is set to be a memorable competition for all 80 teams involved, reuniting the pubs and clubs community and giving grassroots teams the playing opportunities that they’ve missed during lockdown, at some of the best facilities in the world.”
Shane Coates-Jarman, licensee of the 2019 men’s Pub Cup champions CJ’s of Nuneaton commented: “We have fantastic memories and the lads loved it. They can’t wait to get together again to defend the title. They are so excited because it’s a dream to play somewhere like Wembley. We can’t wait”
The winners of this year’s Pub Cup will also receive free BT Sport for their pub for a year and £1,000 to spend in the BT shop.
BT Sport will aim to notify successful entrants by 22nd June.