AFC Didsbury Vs Hulme John Old Cup Final Sunday 11 May - KO 11.00 Simon Field, Ford Lane, Didsbury PLEASE COME AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT The Clubhouse (Didsbury Sports Ground) will be open after the match with food being served and Sky Sports on the big screen
Founded less than 4 years ago, AFC Didsbury now find themselves in their first ever cup final.
Didsbury weren't given the easiest of routes to the final, being drawn against fellow Premiership opposition in 3 out of 5 rounds. Here's how they got there...
Prelimnary Round: a fairly comfortable 4-2 victory against Fallowfield - a hattrick from Corbett and one from Vasko.
Round 1: a great performance was credited with a 4-1 scoreline, at home to Albert 1874 (who have recently been promoted to the Prem after an impressive season in Division 1) - another couple of goals from Corbett, one from Whiteley and a sucker punch from Hay.
Round 2: Urmston Mens (Divsion 2) forfeited the match so Didsbury were handed a bye to the next round.
Quarter Final: a hard fought 2-1 victory against last year’s winners and their long standing rivals Manchester United Supporters Club - a brace from Corcoran
Semi Final: one of the stand out performances of the season, as Didsbury saw off Halton Juniors 2-0 - goals from Vasko and Lee
John Old Cup Final: AFC Didsbury Vs Hulme, Sunday 11 May, KO 11.00