When I was a child (well over a half-century ago) in Norfolk, we would, when playing football talk of 'Team A stick Team B. When arranging sides informally we would say 'Us three stick the rest of you, meaning the three of us will play against the rest of you.
I had always assumed this was Norfolk slang dialect, peculiar to both place and time. But tonight I heard my Mancunian grandson using it with some other kids with whom he was playing football.
It does not appear as a meaning of the verb stick in the OED. So one assumes it is simply urban slang.
Does anyone else know anything about it? What further information does anyone have on the matter?