The Iron Ore Cup is an Australian soccer trophy that was contested by Perth Glory and Gold Coast United of the Hyundai A-League. Billed as the 'Iron Ore Cup' in honour of mining magnates Clive Palmer and Tony Sage, who own United and Perth respectively. The rivalry is represented by a solid gold trophy donated by Clive Palmer, and the trophy is contested each time the two teams meet.
It is considered a minor rivalry match by Perth Glory and Gold Coast supporters. It is now defunct following the removal of Gold Coast United from the competition.