London Intermediate Cup

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The London Intermediate Cup is the County Intermediate Cup of the London FA. The London Intermediate Cup was first won by Barking in 1914–15.


Results of finals since 1914-15 are:

SeasonWinnersRunners-upFinal result
1914-15 Barking Clapton Warwick2-1
1920-21Old JohniansDulwich Hamlet Reserves2-0
1921-22Mitcham WanderersWall End United5-3
1922-23Hays WharfWimbledon Reserves5-2
1923-24Tottenham AvondaleWellington Athletic1-0
1924-25LyonsSiemens Sports3-0
1925-26Summerstown ReservesTottenham G.A.S.2-0
1926-27LamorbeyClevedon United2-1
1927-28London Caledonian ReservesEagle Park (Chadwell Heath)4-2
1928-29Metropolitan Police ReservesLondon Public Omnibus Co.3-2
1929-30South Suburban GasEnfield Reserves3-2
1930-31Enfield ReservesIlford Reserves3-0
1931-32Walthamstow Avenue ReservesGothic1-0
1932-33Finchley ReservesRoyal Ordnance Factories Sports1-0
1933-34Millwall AlbionFinchley Reserves3-1
1934-35Colney Hatch Mental HospitalEaling Celtic3-1
1935-36Potter & ClarkeTottenham Argyle2-0
1936-37Leyton ReservesGaslight (Beckton)1-0
1937-38Walthamstow Avenue ReservesGaslight (Beckton)4-2
1938-39Walthamstow Avenue ReservesLyle Sports2-0
1946-47Barnet ReservesWalthamstow Avenue Reserves4-3
1947-48Leyton ReservesBromley Reserves1–1, replay 2-1
1948-49Leyton ReservesChislehurst Athletic2-1
1949-50Tooting & Mitcham ReservesSouthall Reserves3-1
1950-51Tooting & Mitcham ReservesBromley Reserves5-2
1951-52Wimbledon ReservesPLA1-0
1952-53Barking ReservesBarnet Reserves3-1
1953-54Walthamstow Avenue ReservesLeytonstone Reserves2-0
1954-55Walthamstow Avenue ReservesBriggs Sports Reserves3-1
1955-56Hayes ReservesBromley Reserves4-2
1956-57Leytonstone ReservesHayes Reserves4-2
1957-58Bromley ReservesKingstonian Reserves0–0, replay 3-1
1958-59Eastley AthleticCorinthian-Casuals Reserves5-0
1959-60Wealdstone ReservesWimbledon Reserves1-0
1960-61 Fisher Athletic Tooting & Mitcham United Reserves1-0
1961-62Leytonstone ReservesEastley Athletic2-1
1962-63Hendon ReservesWimbledon Reserves3-1
1963-64Dagenham ReservesHendon Reserves4-0
1964-65Hendon ReservesEastley Athletic7-3
1965-66Tunnel SportsEton Manor Reserves5-1
1966-67Stratford UnitedTooting & Mitcham Reserves2-2, replay 5-0
1967-68Cheshunt ReservesWealdstone Reserves2-2, replay 1-0
1968-69Dagenham ReservesHendon Reserves2-1
1969-70Kingstonian ReservesMuirhead Sports & Social3-1
1970-71Cockfosters AthleticClapton Reserves1-1, replay 2-1
1971-72Borehamwood ReservesEastley Athletic1-0
1972-73Hendon Reserves Fisher Athletic 4-1
1973-74Dulwich Hamlet ReservesChadwell Heath & D.S.3-0
1974-75Dulwich Hamlet ReservesSutton United Reserves3-2
1975-76Hendon Reserves Fisher Athletic 3-2
1976-77Dagenham ReservesWimbledon Reserves1-0
1977-78Beckton UnitedPennant2-0
1978-79Harrow Borough ReservesCroydon Reserves2-1
1979-80Hendon ReservesWalthamstow Avenue Reserves0-0, replay 3-0
1980-81Dagenham ReservesLeytonstone & Ilford Reserves3-0
1981-82J & M SportsPennant4-3
1982-83Brimsdown RoversFountain1-0
1983-84Newmont TravelWalthamstow Avenue Reserves3-0
1984-85Newmont TravelBarking Reserves1-0
1985-86Barking ReservesBromley Reserves3-1
1986-87Fisher Athletic ReservesWoodford Town Reserves5-3
1987-88Newmont TravelFisher Athletic Reserves5-1
1988-89KPG TipplesTate & Lyle (London) Sports1-0
1989-90CockfostersPort of London Authority1-0
1990-91KPG TipplesPort of London Authority2-0
1991-92Walthamstow TrojanTower Hamlets (Tipples)3-1
1992-93CravenBromley Reserves3-2
1993-94Clapton VillaWalthamstow Trojan1-1, replay 2-1
1994-95Bromley ReservesWoolwich Town2-0
1995-96Canning TownBromley Reserves1-0
1996-97Metpol ChigwellLeyton Pennant Reserves3-2
1997-98Little Heath AthleticTen-Em-Bee & Elms (Lewisham)2-1
1998-99Canning TownCray Valley (Paper Mills)1-0
1999-00MetrogasOld Roan3-2
2000-01Corinthian-Casuals ReservesMetrogas2-0
2001-02London City AthleticMetrogas4-1
2002-03Cray Valley (Paper Mills)Thamesmead Town Reserves0-0 (on penalties)
2003-04Cray Valley (Paper Mills)Thamesmead Town Reserves4-1
2004/05MetrogasCray Valley (Paper Mills)2-1
2005-06MetrogasCorinthian-Casuals Reserves2-1
2006-07Corinthian-Casuals ReservesMetrogas2-2 (on penalties)
2007-08MetrogasCray Wanderers Reserves2-0

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