Sunday Cup programme

Match Preview: Sunday Cup Final

Parkside FC v Northside FC

On Sunday, the Sunday County Cup trophy heads to Borough Park and will be lifted by a team who have never won it before! 

This will be the third and final Senior Final of the season after Penrith AFC Ladies lifted the Women’s County Cup and Workington AFC won the Fred Conway Cumberland Cup Final over the last couple of weeks! 

Sunday Cup Final
Parkside FC v Northside FC
Borough Park, Workington
Sunday 5 May 2024

Tickets can be purchased online or on the gate. 

Adults £3, Concessions (age 16-18 and Over 65s) £1, U16s FREE (online in advance)
Adults £5, Concessions (age 16-18 and Over 65s) £2, U16s FREE (on the gate)


Please note that it is cash only on the turnstile, but tickets can be bought using card from the club office in the days leading up to the game and on the day of the game.

Please note NO ALCOHOL, PYROTECHNICS OR FLARES are allowed to be brought into the ground and in line with FA regulations action will be taken against Club’s if this occurs at the Final. Due to licensing laws, Alcohol will be served from 12 noon.

Referee: Paul Stephenson
Assistant Referees: Cameron Sealby & Austen Davidson
4th Official: Ian Millburn


The programme includes some local football information, as well as team and squad news ahead of the Final!

The player of match will receive a £50 Kitlocker voucher courtesy of our partners

Thanks to our partnership with Veo Camera, the Final will be recorded with teams able to access the analysis tools following the fixture.

If you can’t attend the game, follow us on X @CumberlandFA and we will be providing updates on the #CFASundayCupFinal2024.

Cumberland FA have teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to raise awareness of their fantastic work and promote the potentially lifesaving RevivR training across the Cumberland grassroots football community, as well as help raise vital funds for their groundbreaking research. You can also donate as part of Cumberland Football HERE


The top two teams in the West Cumberland Sunday League, Premier Division go head-to-head in the first West v West Final for 17 years! 

Both teams have already lifted silverware this season, with newly formed Parkside FC, winning the Kenny Hailes Memorial Trophy in March beating Thornhill FC.

Northside FC, fresh from their 9th League title (8 Workington & District Sunday League, Premier Division and this year the inaugural West Cumberland Sunday League, Premier Division), also added the President’s Cup (against FC Cosmos) in February.

Making their second appearance in the Sunday Cup Final, Northside FC will be looking to go one better than in 2019-20 when they took record breakers Inter Pirelli to penalties after it finished 1-1 after extra time.

Both teams are also still in contention for the League Cup, with fixtures continuing next week.

Read more in the programme that can be downloaded HERE.

For the first time in five years, Inter Pirelli FC will not be contesting the Cumberland FA Sunday Cup Final. 

Last season’s win meant they became the first Cumberland Team to win 4 in a row overtaking the feat of Mirehouse AFC (2004 – 2005 – 2006).

The Carlisle based team won in 2018-19 (v Bransty Rangers), 2019-20 (v Northside), 2021-22 (v AFC Scotby) and 2022-23 (v AFC Scotby)

Following Sunday, there will be a further 5 County Cup Finals. Find out all the details HERE 

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