The Jubilee Cup

Queen's 2002 Jubilee LogoThe Jubilee Cup is a Minors (U13’s) Cup Competition first started in the Queens Jubilee year 2002.

Played around Easter time over two days and two venues, normally Soham along with Burwell or Sudbury.

This has grown in popularity that the competition has now become international with teams from Spain having played.

There are cups for 1st & 2nd place, with all players receiving a medal.

Jubilee Cup Winners

  • 2015: Cottenham Orange
  • 2014: Herne Bay United
  • 2013: King’s Lynn
  • 2012: Ely
  • 2011: King’s Lynn
  • 2010: Ely Green
  • 2009: CP Ribes

Eastern Counties Jubilee Cup

The Jubilee Cup

  • 2008: Vilassar
  • 2007: Bury
  • 2006: King’s Lynn
  • 2005: Cambridge
  • 2004: NCIRNE
  • 2003: NCIRNE
  • 2002: Cambridge

Jubilee Cup 2016

The 2016 Jubilee Cup will take place at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham & Sudbury Sports Centre on the weekend of the 4th & 5th June 2016. See the full schedules here

We have 10 teams entered for the cup this year

Pool A: Soham

  • Herne Bay 1
  • Cottenham
  • Maidstone
  • King’s Lynn
  • Letchworth

Pool B : Sudbury

  • Peterborough
  • Sudbury
  • Herne Bay 2
  • Ely 1
  • Ely 2

Jubilee Cup 2015

The 2015 Jubilee Cup took place at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham.

Cottenham Orange are the 2015 Champions after beating Herne Bay B 5 – 4 in the Final

See all the results and the Pool standings here

Other Awards:

  • Best Player: Sian Emslie (Herne Bay A)
  • Best Goalkeeper: Harrison Raven (Cottenham O)

Jubilee Cup 2014

The 2014 Jubilee Cup took place at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham.

Herne Bay United are the 2014 Champions after beating Kent Roller Hockey Academy 6 – 3 in the Final

See all the results and the Pool standings here

Other Awards:

  • Best Player: Sian Emslie (EC Select)
  • Best Goalkeeper: Harrison Raven (Herne Bay United)

Jubilee Cup 2013

The 2013 Jubilee Cup took place at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham.

King’s Lynn are the 2013 Champions after beating Cambridge 7 – 3 in the Final

Well done to all the teams that competed

See all the results and the Pool standings here

The pool positions were decided by a random draw made at the last National Training weekend witnessed by three independent adults.


Jubilee Cup 2012

Congratulations to Ely who beat Letchworth 2 – 0 in the final to lift the 2012 Jubilee Cup.

Other Awards:

  • Best Player: Heather Dunand (Ely)
  • Best Goalkeeper: Arran Hall (Peterborough)
  • Joint Top Goalscorer: Darcy Quinn-Seyki (EC Mixed)
  • Joint Top Goalscorer: Owen Norrs (King’s Lynn 1)

2012 Tournament Results

Phase 1: Group Stage Matches

Phase 1 Group Placings
Group A

  1. King’s Lynn (1)
  2. EC Mixed
  3. Cottenham
  4. Peterborough
Group B

  1. Ely
  2. Letchworth
  3. King’s Lynn (2)
  4. Halifax
  • King’s Lynn (1) 13 – 0 Cottenham
  • Ely 6 – 2 Letchworth
  • EC Mixed 9 – 1 Peterborough
  • King’s Lynn (2) 5 – 5 Halifax
  • Cottenham 5 – 9 EC Mixed
  • Letchworth 14 – 0 King’s Lynn (2)
  • King’s Lynn (1) 9 – 2 Peterborough
  • Ely 11 – 0 Halifax
  • King’s Lynn (1) 10 – 5 EC Mixed
  • Ely 8 – 0 King’s Lynn (2)
  • Cottenham 5 – 2 Peterborough
  • Letchworth 14 – 1 Halifax

Final Placings
  1. Ely
  2. Letchworth
  3. King’s Lynn (1)
  4. EC Mixed
  5. Peterborough
  6. Cottenham
  7. King’s Lynn (2)
  8. Halifax

Phase 2 Matches Results

  • Cottenham 7 – 3 Halifax
  • Peterborough 6 – 2 King’s Lynn (2)
  • King’s Lynn (1) 3 – 4 Letchworth
  • 12:00 EC Mixed 3 – 7 Ely

Positional Playoff Matches

  • Halifax 1 – 5 King’s Lynn (2)
  • Cottenham 3 – 4 Peterborough
  • King’s Lynn (1) 9 – 4 EC Mixed
  • Letchworth 0 -2 Ely