First prize is a pair of 2016-17 season tickets to either Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster or Chesterfield.
The runner up gets a VIP trip for two to next year's FA Cup final, including UK wide return transport, hotel for the night and tickets.
The Youdan Trophy tournament - August 1 to 5 - will see over 800 players compete in the city, the birthplace of football.
Clubs from Rosenborg to Everton, Seattle Sounders to FC Basel and Newcastle United to Royal Antwerp will line up with top-flight teams from the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the USA for the tournament which includes the city’s own Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday.
Group games will take place at Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park and the Warminster Road facility of the University of Sheffield.
Sheffield-based You-Are-The-Ref.com, the world's leading independent authority and education platform for match officials, are behind the competition which celebrates football’s first ever tournament; the Football Challenge Cup presented by Thomas Youdan,. which was played only once in 1867 at Bramall Lane.
Free tickets to the Youdan Trophy finals are subject to availability at www.youdantrophy.comFor a chance to win the season tickets or FA Cup final trip simply follow Youdan Trophy's official Twitter account @YoudanTrophy and retweet any of its #YoudanComp tweets - watch out for them from Friday, July 22.
Deadline is Youdan Trophy final day on Friday, August 5, 2016, at 5pm.
Usual Youdan Trophy and Johnston Press terms, conditions and rules apply see www.johnstonpress.co.uk/competition
*A legal hearing is set to be held later this month to resolve a dispute over the Youdan Trophy tournament. Sandygate club Hallam FC is opposing a bid by You Are The Ref to trademark the name ‘Youdan Trophy Est 1867 Sheffield’, claiming the name infringes its intellectual property rights. The original contest pre-dates the FA Cup and was played once in 1867. The winner’s trophy - the Youdan Cup - was presented to Hallam FC by Thomas Youdan Esq. The tribunal hearing in London will be overseen by the Intellectual Property Office.