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:
|1920-21||Old Johnians||Dulwich Hamlet Reserves||2-0|
|1921-22||Mitcham Wanderers||Wall End United||5-3|
|1922-23||Hays Wharf||Wimbledon Reserves||5-2|
|1923-24||Tottenham Avondale||Wellington Athletic||1-0|
|1925-26||Summerstown Reserves||Tottenham G.A.S.||2-0|
|1927-28||London Caledonian Reserves||Eagle Park (Chadwell Heath)||4-2|
|1928-29||Metropolitan Police Reserves||London Public Omnibus Co.||3-2|
|1929-30||South Suburban Gas||Enfield Reserves||3-2|
|1930-31||Enfield Reserves||Ilford Reserves||3-0|
|1931-32||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||Gothic||1-0|
|1932-33||Finchley Reserves||Royal Ordnance Factories Sports||1-0|
|1933-34||Millwall Albion||Finchley Reserves||3-1|
|1934-35||Colney Hatch Mental Hospital||Ealing Celtic||3-1|
|1935-36||Potter & Clarke||Tottenham Argyle||2-0|
|1936-37||Leyton Reserves||Gaslight (Beckton)||1-0|
|1937-38||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||Gaslight (Beckton)||4-2|
|1938-39||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||Lyle Sports||2-0|
|1946-47||Barnet Reserves||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||4-3|
|1947-48||Leyton Reserves||Bromley Reserves||1–1, replay 2-1|
|1948-49||Leyton Reserves||Chislehurst Athletic||2-1|
|1949-50||Tooting & Mitcham Reserves||Southall Reserves||3-1|
|1950-51||Tooting & Mitcham Reserves||Bromley Reserves||5-2|
|1952-53||Barking Reserves||Barnet Reserves||3-1|
|1953-54||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||Leytonstone Reserves||2-0|
|1954-55||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||Briggs Sports Reserves||3-1|
|1955-56||Hayes Reserves||Bromley Reserves||4-2|
|1956-57||Leytonstone Reserves||Hayes Reserves||4-2|
|1957-58||Bromley Reserves||Kingstonian Reserves||0–0, replay 3-1|
|1958-59||Eastley Athletic||Corinthian-Casuals Reserves||5-0|
|1959-60||Wealdstone Reserves||Wimbledon Reserves||1-0|
|1960-61||Fisher Athletic||Tooting & Mitcham United Reserves||1-0|
|1961-62||Leytonstone Reserves||Eastley Athletic||2-1|
|1962-63||Hendon Reserves||Wimbledon Reserves||3-1|
|1963-64||Dagenham Reserves||Hendon Reserves||4-0|
|1964-65||Hendon Reserves||Eastley Athletic||7-3|
|1965-66||Tunnel Sports||Eton Manor Reserves||5-1|
|1966-67||Stratford United||Tooting & Mitcham Reserves||2-2, replay 5-0|
|1967-68||Cheshunt Reserves||Wealdstone Reserves||2-2, replay 1-0|
|1968-69||Dagenham Reserves||Hendon Reserves||2-1|
|1969-70||Kingstonian Reserves||Muirhead Sports & Social||3-1|
|1970-71||Cockfosters Athletic||Clapton Reserves||1-1, replay 2-1|
|1971-72||Borehamwood Reserves||Eastley Athletic||1-0|
|1972-73||Hendon Reserves||Fisher Athletic||4-1|
|1973-74||Dulwich Hamlet Reserves||Chadwell Heath & D.S.||3-0|
|1974-75||Dulwich Hamlet Reserves||Sutton United Reserves||3-2|
|1975-76||Hendon Reserves||Fisher Athletic||3-2|
|1976-77||Dagenham Reserves||Wimbledon Reserves||1-0|
|1978-79||Harrow Borough Reserves||Croydon Reserves||2-1|
|1979-80||Hendon Reserves||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||0-0, replay 3-0|
|1980-81||Dagenham Reserves||Leytonstone & Ilford Reserves||3-0|
|1981-82||J & M Sports||Pennant||4-3|
|1983-84||Newmont Travel||Walthamstow Avenue Reserves||3-0|
|1984-85||Newmont Travel||Barking Reserves||1-0|
|1985-86||Barking Reserves||Bromley Reserves||3-1|
|1986-87||Fisher Athletic Reserves||Woodford Town Reserves||5-3|
|1987-88||Newmont Travel||Fisher Athletic Reserves||5-1|
|1988-89||KPG Tipples||Tate & Lyle (London) Sports||1-0|
|1989-90||Cockfosters||Port of London Authority||1-0|
|1990-91||KPG Tipples||Port of London Authority||2-0|
|1991-92||Walthamstow Trojan||Tower Hamlets (Tipples)||3-1|
|1993-94||Clapton Villa||Walthamstow Trojan||1-1, replay 2-1|
|1994-95||Bromley Reserves||Woolwich Town||2-0|
|1995-96||Canning Town||Bromley Reserves||1-0|
|1996-97||Metpol Chigwell||Leyton Pennant Reserves||3-2|
|1997-98||Little Heath Athletic||Ten-Em-Bee & Elms (Lewisham)||2-1|
|1998-99||Canning Town||Cray Valley (Paper Mills)||1-0|
|2001-02||London City Athletic||Metrogas||4-1|
|2002-03||Cray Valley (Paper Mills)||Thamesmead Town Reserves||0-0 (on penalties)|
|2003-04||Cray Valley (Paper Mills)||Thamesmead Town Reserves||4-1|
|2004/05||Metrogas||Cray Valley (Paper Mills)||2-1|
|2006-07||Corinthian-Casuals Reserves||Metrogas||2-2 (on penalties)|
|2007-08||Metrogas||Cray Wanderers Reserves||2-0|
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