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Unity Cup 2013

Avram Grant returned to kick off the 2013 UNITY Cup London, that saw over 20 community teams taking part in a one-day tournament. Our Young Leaders were joined by Young Leaders from Hungary..

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Unity Cup 2012

The UNITY Cup London was launched by former Premier League defender Zesh Rehman, the first Muslim player to play in the Premier League and captain of the Pakistan football team, with qualifiers in South London at the Aspire Centre...

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Unity Cup 2011

The 5th annual UNITY Cup London was a one-day tournament at the Lilian Bayliss Old School in London in central London. New Young Leaders were introduced who took charge and made the tournament a success with a total of 20 teams competing in separate men’s and women’s tournaments...

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Unity Cup 2010

The fourth annual UNITY Cup in 2010 has continued to expand upon the success of previous competitions and to engage a larger number of communities and organisations. A separate women’s competition was hosted alongside the men’s for the first time, a feature that continued in following year overwhelming positive feedback...

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Unity Cup 2009

18th-25th July 2009 saw the UNITY Cup London expand from a one-day tournament into a multi-event programme, devised, organized and managed by FC Unity’s Young Leaders...

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Unity Cup 2008

19th July The Westway Sports Centre, once again, played host to the 2nd Annual Unity Cup, with over 150 registered players, representing 39 different nationalities. There were 19 teams, a slight reduction from the previous year...

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Unity Cup 2007

7th July The inaugural UNITY Cup London took place on the 2nd anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings, to show a united front against violence and extremism. 23 teams, from London’s diverse communities, came together to celebrate their cultural differences under the unifying banner of football...

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