Alan Turvey Trophy

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Alan Turvey Trophy
Founded1975
RegionFlag of England.svg  England
Current champions Enfield Town (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Sutton United (4 titles)
Website Isthmian League Website

The Alan Turvey Trophy, [1] formerly the Isthmian League Cup, and known as the Velocity Sports Trophy for sponsorship reasons, is a football knock-out cup competition organised by the Isthmian League in England.

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The competition has previously been known, again for sponsorship reasons, as the Robert Dyas Cup and the Ryman League Cup.

Slough Town vs Hampton & Richmond Borough in the 2005 final Isthmian league cup final 2005.jpg
Slough Town vs Hampton & Richmond Borough in the 2005 final

History

Isthmian League Chairman and President Alan Turvey was among the FA's "150 Grassroots Heroes" who were presented in 2013, during the 150-year celebrations of the Football Association, with a specially minted medal by Prince William. [2] In June 2015, Turvey stepped down from the League after nearly 60 years involvement with football. [1] The Isthmian League cup was renamed in his honour.

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References

  1. 1 2 3 "Spotlight On League Legend On Night Of Celebrations". Isthmian League website. 2015.
  2. "Royal Honour Humbles Modest Turvey", Isthmian League Website, 2913