Eight schools contested the annual Chester Primaryship Champions’ Tournament at the Liverpool FC Academy in Kirkby.
Forty schools from across the district play against each other over the course of the season, and the winners and runners up from the four leagues were invited to the tournament.
JH Godwin, St Theresa’s, Tarvin, Huntington, Newton, Hoole, Saughall All Saints and St Oswald’s took part, and it was the latter who came out on top.
Despite being the smallest school in the tournament, St Oswald’s progressed through the group stages beating Saughall All Saints and drawing with Huntington and St Theresa's.
St Oswald’s overcame JH Godwin in the semi-finals and goals from Ollie Hitchcox, Alex Elston and Danny Holding helped them beat Huntington in the final.
Tournament organiser and deputy headteacher Chris Timms said: “The event was one of the most competitive and evenly balanced tournaments we have hosted this year.
“Any team could have won this event today but I am proud of the boys once again not only for their success but their attitude.
“They are flying at the minute and are really playing some excellent football.”
St Oswald's are now looking forward to taking part in the Danone Nations Cup this weekend at the training ground of Aston Villa.