Pubs urged to show support for BT Sport Pub Cup final
26th May 2017
BT Sport are urging Pubs to show their support for the BT Sport Pub Cup by showing the highlights of this year’s BT Sport Pub Cup final ahead of the Emirates FA Cup Final on Saturday afternoon.
On Tuesday evening, two of the country’s finest pub sides went head to head at The Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club, for the honour of being crowned BT Sport Pub Cup Champions 2017.
The Liver Vaults from Liverpool met Hertfordshire pub, The Great Northern in the final, with a £5,000 prize and a year of free BT Sport up for grabs.
Former Arsenal striker John Hartson (The Great Northern) and ex-England and Liverpool goalkeeper David James (The Liver Vaults) each coached one of the sides, before BT Sport football expert Harry Redknapp presented the winners with their trophy.
Bruce Cuthbert, director commercial customers, BT Sport, said “We wanted to create something that celebrated the vital role pubs play in grass roots football. To be able to give these pubs this experience is brilliant and you can see what it means to all involved.
"We have seen close to a thousand entries from our pub customers and it has really reinforced the strength of the bond between pubs and football. The BT Sport Pub Cup will be back bigger and better in 2018."
Highlights of the BT Sport Pub Cup final will be shown ahead of the Emirates FA Cup Final on BT Sport 2 at 3.15pm.
For more information or to register your interest in the 2018 event please visit www.btsportpubcup.com« Back to News