After nine weeks of tough competition between 11-a-side league teams across the city, the exciting Streetlife Cup Final, will leave everything to play for at the City Of Manchester Stadium.
The Final is between Belle Vue and Withington on Friday 29 May at 2pm.
The league has been running for nine weeks at Hough End playing fields in Chorlton, and is aimed at young people aged under 17 from across the city, who don't normally have the opportunity to take part in a competitive and structured league.
As well as taking centre stage at the City of Manchester Stadium, the teams will also play in Manchester City team kits, kindly donated by the club for the match.
Councillor Mike Amesbury, Executive Member for Culture & Leisure at Manchester City Council said: "The Streetlife tournament has been extremely successful in encouraging young people to take part in sport helping to improve fitness, confidence and discipline. Most importantly they've had a lot of fun and we've seen some very skilled players develop throughout the tournament, who we are confident will move forward into further sporting success as a result of their participation in this league.
"I'd like to congratulate everyone who has taken part and particularly the finalists who have worked so hard to get here. It's a real achievement for them to play at a prestigious venue like the City of Manchester Stadium and it will be a truly memorable day for all those involved."
The scheme, established in 2006, is delivered by Manchester City Council and Positive Futures to help engage young people in positive, physical activity. Manchester City Council also provides transport to and from the matches, referees and kits for the teams to wear. The current league helps to address the national decline in under 18's football which has been identified by the Manchester County FA.