The Premier Cup is Greater Manchester's senior non-league competition.
First competed during the 1934-35 season, the Frank Hannah Manchester Premier Cup - or Manchester County FA Shield as it was then known - was originally won by Manchester North End.
Since then, the competition has been dominated by teams in Tameside with Ashton United the most successful side - winning the trophy on 16 occasions. The clubs last success came back in 2003.
Second-placed Droylsden on 13 last won the cup in 2011 while Mossley in third with 11 wins are the last Evo-Stik League club to triumph in 2016 after a 3-1 victory over Stalybridge Celtic, their fourth win in five seasons.
The cup was lifted by Radcliffe FC last season after their win against Wythenshawe Town.