In 2010 the event grew even further. The number of participating teams had increased to nine: Manchester NH, Gorham ME, Greenfield MA, Springfield MA, Providence RI, DC, Harrisburg PA, and two teams from Philadelphia PA. With a larger number of teams participating, games had two take place simultaneously on three fields. Games continued throughout the day. This time the field was equipped with a stage, so those taking a break, or those casually watching could enjoy live music. After a hard day, Manchester once again walked away as the Church Cup champions of the year. The grand finale of the day was a spectacular fireworks show!
|1||•||First UBC PA||2||1||1||6:5||1||7|
|2||•||F.C. Philly PA||1||1||2||7:7||0||4|
|3||•||Euro Mass MA||1||0||1||12:3||9||3|
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|Euro Mass MA – F.C. Harrisburg PA||10 - 0|
|F.C. Philly PA – DC United||2 - 1|
|F.C. Harrisburg PA – DC United||4 - 5|
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|Manchester United NH – Greenfield MA||4 - 3|
|Energy ME – Providence RI||4 - 2|
|Manchester United NH – Energy ME||2 - 2|
|Greenfield MA – Providence RI||4 - 4|
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