|Number of teams||13 (2010–11)|
|Current champions||Blackburn (2019)|
|Most successful club(s)||Blackburn Rovers (19 times)|
The Lancashire County Football Association Cup (commonly known as the Lancashire Senior Cup), is a football knockout tournament involving teams from Lancashire, England.It is a County Cup competition of the Lancashire County Football Association and involves Premier League clubs and Football League clubs. However, these days the bigger Football League clubs generally field their reserve teams.
|1879–80||Darwen||1921–22||Bolton Wanderers||1961–62||Burnley||2012–13||Manchester United|
|1880–81||Accrington||1922–23||Manchester City||1962–63||(competition not completed)||2013–14||Bury|
|1882–83||Blackburn Rovers||1924–25||Bolton Wanderers||1964–65||Burnley||2015-16||Everton|
|1884–85||Blackburn Rovers||1926–27||Bolton Wanderers||1966–67||Oldham Athletic||2017-18||Bury|
|1885–86||Bolton Wanderers||1927–28||Manchester City||1967–68||Morecambe||2018-19||Blackburn Rovers|
|1886–87||Preston North End||1928–29||Manchester United||1968–69||Manchester United|
|1891–92||Bury||1933–34||Bolton Wanderers||1973–74||Manchester City|
|1892–93||Preston North End||1934–35||Everton||1974–82||(no competition)|
|1894–95||Preston North End||1936–37||Blackpool||1983–84||Blackburn Rovers|
|1895–96||Blackburn Rovers||1937–38||Manchester United||1984–85||Wigan Athletic|
|1896–97||Everton||1938–39||Bolton Wanderers and Preston North End (joint winners)||1985–86||Blackburn Rovers|
|1898–99||Bury||1940–41||Manchester United||1987–88||Blackburn Rovers|
|1899–1900||Preston North End||1941–42||Blackpool||1988–89||Bolton Wanderers|
|1900–01||Blackburn Rovers||1942–43||Manchester United||1989–90||Blackburn Rovers|
|1901–02||Blackburn Rovers||1943–44||Liverpool||1990–91||Bolton Wanderers|
|1902–03||Bury||1944–45||Blackburn Rovers||1991–92||Wigan Athletic|
|1903–04||Blackburn Rovers||1945–46||Manchester United||1992–93||Burnley|
|1907–08||Oldham Athletic||1949–50||Burnley||1996–97||Preston North End|
|1908–09||Blackburn Rovers||1950–51||Manchester United||1997–98||(no competition)|
|1910–11||Blackburn Rovers||1952–53||Manchester City||1999–04||(no competition)|
|1912–13||Manchester United||1954–55||Barrow||2005–06||Oldham Athletic|
|1913–14||Manchester United||1955–56||Liverpool||2006–07||Blackburn Rovers|
|1915–18||(no competition)||1957–58||Bury||2008–09||Manchester United|
|1919–20||Liverpool and Manchester United (joint winners)||1959–60||Burnley||2010–11||Blackburn Rovers|
|1920–21||Manchester City||1960–61||Burnley||2011–12||Manchester United|
Results of Finals from 1879 to 1900 and since the competition was revived for the 2004–05 season, are:-
|1880-81||Accrington||Blackburn Park Road||6-4|
|1883-84||Blackburn Rovers||Blackburn Olympic||2-1|
|1884-85||Blackburn Rovers||Blackburn Olympic||2-1|
|1885-86||Bolton Wanderers||Blackburn Rovers||1-0|
|1886-87||Preston North End||Bolton Wanderers||3-0|
|1887-88||Accrington||Preston North End||*Accrington awarded the game as Preston refused to turn up|
|1892-93||Preston North End||Bolton Wanderers||2-0|
|1894-95||Preston North End||Everton||2-0|
|1897-98||Newton Heath||Blackburn Rovers||2-1|
|1899-00||Preston North End||Burnley||1-0|
|2005–06||Oldham Athletic||Preston North End||0-0 (7-6 pen.)|
|2006–07||Blackburn Rovers||Bolton Wanderers||6-2|
|2008–09||Manchester United||Bolton Wanderers||1-0|
|2010–11||Blackburn Rovers||Preston North End||1-1 (3-2 pen.)|
|2011–12||Manchester United||Accrington Stanley||4-0|
|2012–13||Manchester United||Manchester City||2-1|
|2013–14||Bury||Wigan Athletic||1-1 (4-2 pen.)|
|2015–16||Everton||Oldham Athletic||2-2 (5-3 pen.)|
|2016–17||Liverpool||Fleetwood Town||1-1 (5-4 pen.)|
|Club||Number of Wins||Most Recent Win|
|Preston North End||1996–97|
|Chester City (as Chester)||1956–57|
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