Hampshire Senior Cup

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Hampshire Senior Cup
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Founded1887
Region Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Dorset, Wiltshire, Channel Islands
Number of teamsvaries
Current champions Havant & Waterlooville F.C. (3 titles)
Most successful club(s) Southampton (17 titles)
Website Hampshire Senior Cup

The Hampshire Senior Cup is a cup competition open to football teams affiliated with the Hampshire Football Association. The competition was founded in 1887 and has been contested every year since, with the exception of 1914 to 1919 when it was postponed due to the First World War. [1]

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Despite the name, teams from Wiltshire, Dorset, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands have also competed in this competition, [2] as well as teams representing the Police and any armed forces based within the county. The competition is open to teams from all levels of competition from the Premier League down to Level 10 of the English football league system, [3] and a number of league teams have won this competition in the past. However, it is mostly non-league clubs who compete for this trophy instead of their league counterparts as all teams associated with the Hampshire FA are required to compete, with the exception of Premier League and English Football League teams who may opt out of the competition for a nominal fee. [3]

The record attendance came in the 1932 Final, when an incredible 20,544 watched Newport play Cowes at The Dell, Southampton. The biggest score in the final came more recently in 2000 when Aldershot Town defeated Andover 9–1. There has also twice been 8–0 final scores.

The current champions are Havant & Waterlooville, who defeated Basingstoke Town 2–1, in the 2019 final held at Eastleigh.

In April 2012, FIFA announced that the Hawk-Eye sensor system would be used in an experimental capacity at that year's final between A.F.C. Totton and Eastleigh as part of a series of ongoing reliability and accuracy tests of goal-line technology systems. [4] [5]

On 9 October 2013, a tie was played between Brockenhurst and Andover Town. After the match finished 0-0 after extra time, the subsequent penalty shootout resulted in 29 consecutive goals being scored, with Brockenhurst winning 15–14. This was later confirmed by the Football Association as an English record (and possibly a world record) for the highest number of consecutive goals scored in a penalty shootout. [6] [7] [8] [9]

Winners

By team

VictoriesTeamFirst Win [1] Last Win [1] Notes
17 Southampton
18911976Includes wins as St. Mary's, Southampton St. Mary's and wins by 'A' and reserve teams. Includes one as Joint winners in 1907
9 Cowes Sports 18971967
Havant & Waterlooville 19702019Includes wins by Havant Town and Waterlooville
8 Farnborough Town 19752006
Newport (IOW) 19321998
7 Basingstoke Town 19712017
6 Aldershot Town 19282007Includes one win by Aldershot
Ryde Sports 19001939Includes one as joint winners in 1936
5 Andover 19492001
4 Alton Town 19581978
Fareham Town 19571993
Portsmouth 19031987Includes wins by 'A' and Reserve teams
3 AFC Bournemouth 19241989Includes wins as Bournemouth & Boscombe, and by 'A' and Reserve teams
Eastleigh Athletic 18981911
Royal Engineers18891894
Sholing Sports 19231983Includes one win as Sholing Athletic
Southampton Police19421945
2 AFC Totton 20102011
Bournemouth Gasworks 19531954
Gosport Borough 19882015
RAOC Hilsea19291947
RASC Training Centre (Aldershot)19361938Includes one as joint winners in 1936
Salisbury City 19621964
Winchester City 19312005
1 Alresford Town 20132013
Eastleigh 20122012
Fleet Town 20092009
Folland Aircraft 19411941
Freemantle 18931893
Pirelli General 19771977
RAMC (Aldershot)19251925
RAMC (Crookham)19601960
RMLI (Gosport) 19221922
Romsey Town 19791979
Royal Artillery Portsmouth18961896
Woolston Works 18881888
2nd Batt. Grenadier Guards19071907Joint Winners in 1907
3 Batt. Royal Marines (So'ton)19431943

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By year

YearWinner [1] Final ResultRunner-upVenue of final
1888 Woolston Works 2–0 Winchester County Ground, Southampton
1889 Royal Engineers, Aldershot 5–1Portsmouth FA County Ground, Southampton
1890 Royal Engineers, Aldershot 3–2 King's Royal Rifles County Ground, Southampton
1891 St. Mary's 3–1 Royal Engineers, Aldershot County Ground, Southampton
1892 St. Mary's 5–0Army Medical Staff, Netley County Ground, Southampton
1893 Freemantle 2–1 St. Mary's County Ground, Southampton
1894 Royal Engineers, Aldershot 1–0 St. Mary's County Ground, Southampton
1895 Southampton St. Mary's 5–0Royal Artillery, Fareham County Ground, Southampton
1896Royal Artillery, Portsmouth3–1 Southampton St. Mary's County Ground, Southampton
1897 Cowes 1–12nd Gordon Highlanders (Aldershot) County Ground, Southampton
Cowes 2–12nd Gordon Highlanders (Aldershot) County Ground, Southampton
1898 Eastleigh Athletic 2–12nd Gordon Highlanders (Aldershot) County Ground, Southampton
1899 Southampton Reserves 2–2 Ryde United Services Ground, Portsmouth
Southampton Reserves 2–0 Ryde Portsmouth (Uncertain Ground)
1900 Ryde 1–0 Portsmouth Reserves United Services Ground, Portsmouth
1901 Southampton Reserves 2–0 Ryde Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1902 Southampton Reserves 2–0 Ryde Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1903 Portsmouth Reserves 0–0 Southampton Reserves Freemantle Football Ground, Southampton
Portsmouth Reserves 1–0 Southampton Reserves Freemantle Football Ground, Southampton
1904 Ryde Sports 1–0 Portsmouth Reserves The Dell, Southampton
1905 Southampton Reserves 2–0 Portsmouth Reserves The Dell, Southampton
1906 Cowes 5–1 HMS Excellent, Portsmouth The Dell, Southampton
1907 Southampton Reserves 1–12nd Batt. Grenadier Guards Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Southampton Reserves 1–12nd Batt. Grenadier Guards Fratton Park, Portsmouth
2nd Batt. Grenadier Guards and Southampton (joint holders)
1908 Southampton Reserves 1–0 RMLI (Gosport) Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1909 Eastleigh Athletic 2–02nd Cameron Highlanders (Tidworth) The Dell, Southampton
1910 Southampton Reserves 5–2Royal Army Medical Corps (Aldershot) Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1911 Eastleigh Athletic 4–2 Kings Royal Rifles Corps (Gosport) Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1912 Cowes 1–1 Southampton Reserves Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Cowes 1–0 Southampton Reserves Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1913 Portsmouth Reserves 4–1Bournemouth The Dell, Southampton
1914 Southampton Reserves 4–0Royal Engineers Dean Court, Bournemouth
1915–1919No Competition owing to war
1920 Southampton Reserves    
1921 Southampton Reserves   Thornycroft Athletic  
1922 RMLI (Gosport)   Bournemouth  
1923 Sholing Athletic 4–2 Thornycrofts (Woolston) The Dell, Southampton
1924 Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic    
1925RAMC (Aldershot)4–2 Cowes The Dell, Southampton
1926 Cowes 3–1 Ryde Sports The Dell, Southampton
1927 Ryde Sports   Cowes The Dell, Southampton
1928 Aldershot    
1929RAOC (Hilsea)   The Dell, Southampton
1930 Cowes 3–0Royal Marines The Dell, Southampton
1931 Winchester City 4–2 Andover The Dell, Southampton
1932 Newport 2–1 [10] Cowes The Dell, Southampton
1933 Newport 3–2 Andover The Dell, Southampton
1934 Cowes  RASC Training Centre (Aldershot) The Dell, Southampton
1935 Southampton 'A'   Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic The Dell, Southampton
1936RASC Training Centre (Aldershot)  Ryde Sports The Dell, Southampton
RASC Training Centre (Aldershot)  Ryde Sports The Dell, Southampton
RASC Training Centre (Aldershot)  Ryde Sports The Dell, Southampton
RASC Training Centre (Aldershot) & Ryde Sports (joint holders)
1937 Ryde Sports  2nd Kings Own Royal Regiment The Dell, Southampton
1938RASC Training Centre (Aldershot)  Southampton 'A' The Dell, Southampton
1939 Ryde Sports  Portsmouth Gas Company The Dell, Southampton
1940 Southampton Res    
1941 Folland Aircraft  Royal Marines, Portsmouth Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1942Southampton Police3–1 Folland Aircraft  
19433 Batt Royal Marines, Southampton Cunliffe Owen FC The Dell, Southampton
1944Southampton Police1–0Royal Marines, Eastney Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1945Southampton Police   
1946 Cowes 2–1 aet Bournemouth Gasworks The Dell, Southampton
1947RAOC (Hilsea)   
1948 Cowes 2–1 aetRAMC, Aldershot The Dell, Southampton
1949 Andover 2–1 Romsey Town The Dell, Southampton
1950 Southampton 'A' 4–1 Cowes The Dell, Southampton
1951 Andover 4–1 Newport The Dell, Southampton
1952 Portsmouth 'A'  RAMC, Crookham The Dell, Southampton
1953 Bournemouth Gasworks 4–3 Newport The Dell, Southampton
1954 Bournemouth Gasworks 2–1 Cowes The Dell, Southampton
1955 Newport 2–0 Southampton 'A' The Dell, Southampton
1956 Andover 4–3 Cowes Sports The Dell, Southampton
1957 Fareham Town 2–0 Andover The Dell, Southampton
1958 Alton Town   Cowes Sports  
1959 Bournemouth & Boscombe 'A' 1–0 aet Portsmouth 'A'  Dean Court, Bournemouth
1960RAMC (Crookham)  Fareham Town The Dell, Southampton
1961 Newport    
1962 Salisbury   Fareham Town The Dell, Southampton
1963 Fareham Town    
1964 Salisbury 3–0 Aldershot The Dell, Southampton
1965 Andover 8–0 Basingstoke Town The Dell, Southampton
1966 Newport 3–2 aet Alton Town Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1967 Cowes 2–1 Newport Partlands, Ryde
1968 Fareham Town 2–1 Hawker-Siddeley Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1969 Alton Town 2–1 Pirelli General Walled Meadow, Andover
1970 Waterlooville 3–1 Gosport Borough Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1971 Basingstoke Town    
1972 Alton Town 1–0 [11] Brockenhurst  
1973 Waterlooville    
1974 Sholing Sports 2–1 Waterlooville The Dell, Southampton
1975 Farnborough Town 5–1 aet Basingstoke Town  
1976 Southampton 'A' 2–0 Waterlooville The Dell, Southampton
1977 Pirelli General 1–0 Farnborough Town Recreation Ground, Aldershot
1978 Alton Town   Pirelli General The Dell, Southampton
1979 Romsey Town 1–0 Farnborough Town The Dell, Southampton
1980 Newport 2–2 aet [12] Farnborough Town The Dell, Southampton
Newport1-0Farnborough TownCams Alders, Fareham (Replay)
1981 Newport   Havant Town The Dell, Southampton
1982 Farnborough Town 2–0 Basingstoke Town  The Dell, Southampton
1983 Sholing Sports 3–1 East Cowes Victoria Athletic The Dell, Southampton
1984 Farnborough Town 2–2 Sholing Sports The Dell, Southampton
Farnborough Town 3–1 Sholing Sports Cams Alders, Fareham
1985 Waterlooville 2–1 Sholing Sports The Dell, Southampton
1986 Farnborough Town  2-0 Basingstoke Town The Dell, Southampton
1987 Portsmouth Reserves 2–0 Road-Sea Southampton Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1988 Gosport Borough 3–0 Farnborough Town The Dell, Southampton
1989 AFC Bournemouth Reserves 2–1 Basingstoke Town  
1990 Basingstoke Town 8–0 AFC Lymington The Dell, Southampton
1991 Farnborough Town 1–0 Waterlooville Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1992 Waterlooville 1–0 Havant Town Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1993 Fareham Town 4–1 Farnborough Town The Dell, Southampton
1994 Havant Town 1–0 Farnborough Town The Dell, Southampton
1995 Havant Town 1–0 Farnborough Town Fratton Park, Portsmouth
1996 Basingstoke Town 2–0 Waterlooville The Dell, Southampton
1997 Basingstoke Town 2–0 Waterlooville The Dell, Southampton
1998 Newport 2–1 Fareham Town The Dell, Southampton
1999 Aldershot Town 1–0 Basingstoke Town The Dell, Southampton
2000 Aldershot Town 9–1 Andover The Camrose, Basingstoke
2001 Andover 2–0 Havant & Waterlooville The Dell, Southampton
2002 Aldershot Town 3–1 Havant & Waterlooville St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2003 Aldershot Town 2–1 Bashley St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2004 Farnborough Town 2–1 Fareham Town St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2005 Winchester City 2–1 Aldershot Town Dean Court, Bournemouth
2006 Farnborough Town 1–0 Basingstoke Town Dean Court, Bournemouth
2007 Aldershot Town 2–1 Fleet Town Dean Court, Bournemouth
2008 Basingstoke Town 1–0 Farnborough Dean Court, Bournemouth
2009 Fleet Town 1–0 VT F.C. St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2010 AFC Totton 4–0 [13] Aldershot Town Dean Court, Bournemouth
2011 AFC Totton 3–1 [14] Sholing St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2012 Eastleigh 2–0 [15] AFC Totton St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2013 Alresford Town 3–2 [16] AFC Bournemouth Dean Court, Bournemouth
2014 Basingstoke Town 3–2 aet [17] Havant & Waterlooville Fratton Park, Portsmouth
2015 Gosport Borough 3–0 Sholing Fratton Park, Portsmouth
2016 Havant & Waterlooville 1–1 (5–3 pens) Winchester City St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2017 Basingstoke Town 0–0 (7–6 pens) [18] AFC Bournemouth St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2018 Havant & Waterlooville 3–0 [19] Blackfield & Langley St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
2019 Havant & Waterlooville 2–1 [20] Basingstoke Town Ten Acres, Eastleigh
2020 AFC Bournemouth 2-2 (5–3 pens) [21] [22] Eastleigh Snows Stadium, Totton


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