Current Champions: Brush Park
|COPA I||The Villages|
|COPA III||The Villages|
|COPA V||Old Redford|
|COPA VIII||Brush Park|
Current Champions: Osborn
Throughout the years, friendly rivalries have formed between teams due to history and/or proximity. Here is a list of some of the most unique cups. These competitions are organized by the captains of the teams and in many cases have a unique trophy based on tradition.
Corktown leads series 5-1 with tie in 2010.
This rivalry is named after the Ambassador Bridge, which runs between the neighborhoods. The owners of Detroit City FC were originally split between these two teams' rosters.
2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017
Series tied 1-1 with tie in 2012.
This rivalry is named after the highway M-8, colloquially referred to as The Davison, which separates these most "northern" neighborhoods in the original 11-member league in 2010.
Poletown leads series 2-1, with ties in 2013 & 2017.
This most delicious-sounding cup dates back to the storied history of the two neighborhoods. The City of Hamtramck and the Poletown neighborhood in Detroit were once home to the largest Polish populations in the country.
Old Redford leads 2-0.
This cup was created from the expansion team formed when additional players from the greater Grandmont-Rosedale community formed a team based within the Old Redford district.
Brush Park leads series 3-0.
This unique cup--the only between three teams in the league--dates back to the original days of the DCFL when these were the only teams that had "Park" in their names.
2014, 2016, 2017
Southwest leads series 1-0.
This cup pits two of the teams from Southwestern Detroit against each other.
Series tied 1-1.
This rivalry came from the expansion team formed when additional players from Woodbridge formed a team based around the historic neighborhood's iconic Scripps Park.
Renamed Patton Park
Rebranded in 2017