They’re united as cup competition celebrates its 21st
Special milestone for football festival that aims to bring communities together
09 August, 2018 — By Jamie Barton
Islington Warriors celebrate winning the Under-10s boys’ competition
THE sun was shining on Tuesday, and the action on the pitch shone even brighter as boys and girls football teams went head-to-head in a bid to capture glory in the 2018 Camden Unity Cup.
Soccer Shop Window FC celebrate winning the Under-12s boys’ competition
The much-loved festival, which was held at Coram’s Fields in Bloomsbury, celebrated its 21st year of bringing communities together through their love of the beautiful game – an objective they undoubtedly accomplished once again.
Highbury Wolves celebrate beating Arc FC 8-2 in the Under-12s girls’ final
Cries of “Campeone, campeone! Olé, olé, olé!” rang out from the presentation stage as Islington Warriors celebrated their victory over Chettle Court Rangers in the Under-10s boys’ final.
The dynamic duo of Ché Amui-Sharpe and Zhaviah Campbell deservedly shared the man-of-the-match award as the Warriors ran out 2-0 winners.
Victorious Chettle Court Rangers Under-14s
Chettle Court Rangers suffered similar disappointment in the Under-12s boys’ final, as they were beaten 2-0 against Soccer Shop Window FC.
However, Rangers were not to be denied for a third time, and in the Under-14s boys’ age group two goals from flying winger Amario Cozier helped them claim a 3-0 victory over Arsenal Kicks.
Camden FC celebrate winning the Under-16s tournament
Organised by a team of young volunteers from Fitzrovia Youth in Action, the boys’ tournaments were rounded off by a victory for Camden FC, who ran out 2-1 winners in the Under-16s final.
In the girls’ Under-12s final Highbury Wolves bounced back from the disappointment of losing last year’s Under-11s Camden Unity Cup final by beating Arc FC 8-2 this time around.