Football's Staying Home Cup Betting Tips

Football's Staying Home Cup was launched on Friday 11 April 2020 after football was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Football Association initiated the virtual tournament with 16 England internationals from the men and women's teams taking part in the FIFA 20 tournament to raise funds for the National Emergencies Trust.

The tournament is a knockout format with all players starting in the Round of 16.

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Football's Staying Home Cup FAQ

Where can I watch Football's Staying Home Cup Live Streams?

Watch Football's Staying Home Cup live streams on England’s Twitter and YouTube channels​.

How many players are competing in the Football's Staying Home Cup?

There are 16 players competing in Football's Staying Home Cup.

What players are competing in Football's Staying Home Cup?

The players competing in Football's Staying Home Cup are Trent Alexander-Arnold, Max Aarons, Reiss Nelson, Ryan Sessegnon, Todd Cantwell, Mason Mount, Callum Wilson, James Maddison, Lucy Bronze, Ellie Roebuck, Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Jordan Nobbs, Eddie Nketiah, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho.

Football's Staying Home Cup Live Streaming


Watch Football's Staying Home Cup live streams across England’s Twitter and YouTube channels​. Commentary will be provided by leading esports commentators Brandon Smith and Richard Buckley.

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Football's Staying Home Cup Betting Odds


Many online bookmakers offer odds for Football's Staying Home Cup including match winner and outright markets such as tournament winner.

Football's Staying Home Cup Results


Get the latest Football's Staying Home Cup results to see what players are performing well and in form.

Football's Staying Home Cup Players


There are currently 16 players competing in Football's Staying Home Cup including men's internationals Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Trent Alexander-Arnold. Mason Mount, Callum Wilson, James Maddison, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham are the other internationals involved.

Under-21 players Reiss Nelson, Todd Cantwell, Max Aarons, Eddie Nketiah and Ryan Sessegnon have also entered. Three women's internationals are participating - Lucy Bronze, Jordan Nobbs and Ellie Roebuck.

Football's Staying Home Cup Format


The Football's Staying Home Cup format sees 16 players play in a knockout format with all players starting in the Round of 16. The tournament starts on Friday 11 April 2020.

Football's Staying Home Cup Champions & Runners-Up


The tournament starting on 11 April 2020 is the first edition of Football's Staying Home Cup.

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Football's Staying Home Cup Fixtures


Check Football's Staying Home Cup fixtures to see route to the final and times for the matches.

Football's Staying Home Cup Highlights


Watch Football's Staying Home Cup highlights at the FA YouTube channel if you missed any of the matches.

Football's Staying Home Cup News


Get all the Football's Staying Home Cup news including fixtures and any upcoming tournaments.

Football's Staying Home Cup Social Media


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Football's Staying Home Cup History


Football's Staying Home Cup started on 11 April 2020. The Football Association launched the virtual tournament with 16 England internationals from the men and women's teams playing a FIFA 20 tournament to raise funds for the National Emergencies Trust.

The tournament provided an opportunity to reinforce important Government advice to stay home, protect the NHS and save lives with the tournament shining a spotlight on the National Emergencies Trust.

Viewers of the Football's Staying Home Cup were encouraged to support the National Emergencies Trust by donations and sharing the campaign.
             

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