London Senior Cup

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London Senior Cup
Founded1882
Region Greater London
Current champions Tooting And Mitcham United F.C. (8th title)
Most successful club(s) Walthamstow Avenue (9 titles)
Website The Official Website of the London Football Association

The London Senior Cup is the County Senior Cup of the London FA. The London Senior Cup was first won by Upton Park in 1882. Although the leading professional sides in London no longer compete, the Cup has been won in the past by the likes of Arsenal (as Royal Arsenal in 1891), [1] Brentford, Wimbledon and Barnet. The current champions are Tooting & Mitcham United.

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Finals

SeasonWinnersRunners–upResult
1882–83 Upton Park Old Foresters 4–0 [2]
1883–84 Upton Park Old Foresters 4–1 [2]
1884–85 Old Foresters Upton Park 2–1 [2]
1885–86Ashburnham Rovers Hotspur 2–1 [2]
1886–87 Old Westminsters Casuals 1–1, cup shared [2]
1887–88 Old Westminsters Casuals 1–0 [2]
1888–89 Clapton Casuals 4–2 [2]
1889–90 Old Westminsters Royal Arsenal 1–0
1890–91 Royal Arsenal St Bartholomew's Hospital6–0
1891–92 Old Westminsters Ilford 2–1
1892–93 Old Westminsters Casuals 3–0
1893–94 Old Foresters Old Carthusians 2–1
1894–95 Old Carthusians Casuals 6–0
1895–96 Old Carthusians Casuals 3–1
1896–97 Old Carthusians 3rd Grenadier Guards 5–2
1897–98 Brentford Ilford 5–1
1898–99 Old Carthusians London Caledonians 2–1
1899–00 London Caledonians Old Westminsters 1–0
1900–01 Ilford Clapton 2–1
1901–02 Civil Service Shepherd's Bush 3–2
1902–03 Old Malvernians Clapton 4–2
1903–04 Leyton Ilford 1–0
1904–05 Ilford Ealing 2–0
1905–06 New Crusaders Dulwich Hamlet 2–2, replay 3–1
1906–07 West Norwood West Hampstead 4–1
1907–08 London Caledonians Dulwich Hamlet 1–0
1908–09 Clapton Nunhead 1–0
1909–10 Bromley Clapton 1–0
1910–11 Clapton Ilford 2–0
1911–12 Barking London Caledonians 3–0
1912–13 Tufnell Park Metrogas 2–0
1913–14 Ilford Nunhead 1–1, replay 2–0
1914–15 London Caledonians Clapton 4–1
1915–16No competition due to First World War
1916–17
1917–18
1918–19
1919–20 Leytonstone Barking Town 5–2
1920–21 Barking Town Dulwich Hamlet 4–1
1921–22 Ilford Nunhead 3–1
1922–23 Nunhead Bromley 1–0
1923–24 Tufnell Park Kingstonian 2–1
1924–25 Dulwich Hamlet Clapton 2–0
1925–26 London Caledonians Kingstonian 3–1
1926–27 Barking Town London Caledonians 4–2
1927–28 London Caledonians Dulwich Hamlet 2–0
1928–29 Ilford London Caledonians 4–1
1929–30 Ilford Walthamstow Avenue 4–1
1930–31 Wimbledon Kingstonian 1–0
1931–32 Hayes Ilford 3–1
1932–33 Finchley Barnet 2–0
1933–34 Wimbledon Leyton 1–1, replay 2–1
1934–35 Enfield Metropolitan Police 2–0
1935–36 Walthamstow Avenue Golders Green 1–0
1936–37 Walthamstow Avenue Hayes 6–3
1937–38 Barnet Leyton 4–0
1938–39 Dulwich Hamlet Erith & Belvedere 3–0
1939–40 Walthamstow Avenue Wealdstone 5–0
1940–41 Barnet Metropolitan Police 2–1
1941–42 Walthamstow Avenue Barnet 1–1, replay 3–0
1942–43 Tooting & Mitcham United Dulwich Hamlet 5–4
1943–44 Walthamstow Avenue Tooting & Mitcham United 4–3
1944–45 Erith & Belvedere Tooting & Mitcham United 5–3
1945–46 Bromley Leyton 2–0
1946–47 Barnet Kingstonian 2–0
1947–48 Leytonstone Edgware Town 2–0
1948–49 Tooting & Mitcham United Bromley 3–2
1949–50 Dulwich Hamlet Hounslow Town 3–1
1950–51 Bromley Hendon 4–3
1951–52 Finchley Wealdstone 1–0
1952–53 Finchley Walthamstow Avenue 2–2, cup shared
1953–54 Ilford Hounslow Town 2–0
1954–55 Walthamstow Avenue Hendon 3–2
1955–56 Briggs Sports Wembley 3–1
1956–57 Briggs Sports Corinthian-Casuals 3–0
1957–58 Sutton United Finchley 2–1
1958–59 Tooting & Mitcham United Hendon 5–2
1959–60 Tooting & Mitcham United Bromley 5–0
1960–61 Enfield Wealdstone 3–0
1961–62 Wimbledon Wealdstone 1–1
1962–63 Kingstonian Barnet 2–1
1963–64 Hendon Enfield 1–0
1964–65 Kingstonian Dagenham 2–1
1965–66 Leytonstone Walthamstow Avenue 4–3
1966–67 Enfield Walthamstow Avenue 2–0
1967–68 Dagenham Enfield 1–0
1968–69 Hendon Dagenham 1–0
1969–70 Hitchin Town St. Albans City 4–2
1970–71 St. Albans City Enfield 1–0
1971–72 Enfield Hendon 2–0
1972–73 Enfield Hitchin Town 1–1, replay 3–1
1973–74 Bishop's Stortford Walton & Hersham 4–1
1974–75 Wimbledon Leatherhead 2–0
1975–76 Enfield Barking 4–1
1976–77 Wimbledon Staines Town 0–0, replay 1–0
1977–78 Walthamstow Avenue Leatherhead 1–0
1978–79 Barking Croydon 3–0
1979–80 Leytonstone-Ilford Barking 3–2
1980–81 Hayes Staines Town 2–0
1981–82 Leytonstone-Ilford Farnborough Town 0–0, replay 1–0
1982–83 Sutton United Woking 1–0 [3]
1983–84 Dulwich Hamlet Kingstonian 2–2, replay 3–2 [4]
1984–85 Fisher Athletic Bromley 2–0 [5]
1985–86 Walthamstow Avenue Finchley 2–1 [6]
1986–87 Kingstonian Hampton 2–1 [7]
1987–88 Fisher Athletic Hampton 2–2, replay 2–1 [7]
1988–89 Fisher Athletic Clapton 1–0
1989–90 Welling United Boreham Wood 2–0
1990–91 Haringey Borough Walthamstow Pennant 1–0
1991–92 Hanwell Town Croydon Athletic 2–2, replay 4–3
1992–93 Hanwell Town Brimsdown Rovers 4–3
1993–94 Ford United Hanwell Town 2–1
1994–95 Wingate & Finchley Tower Hamlets4–3
1995–96Tottenham Omada Kingsbury Town 2–1
1996–97 Barkingside Hillingdon Borough 2–0
1997–98 Ford United Southall 2–0
1998–99 Waltham Abbey Bedfont 3–2
1999–00 Bedfont Erith Town 5–1
2000–01 Ford United Croydon Athletic 3–2
2001–02 Croydon Dulwich Hamlet 2–1
2002–03 Bromley Ford United 1–0
2003–04 Dulwich Hamlet Tooting & Mitcham United 2–0
2004–05 Fisher Athletic Wingate & Finchley 4–0
2005–06 Fisher Athletic Hendon 3–2
2006–07 Tooting & Mitcham United Bromley 4–2
2007–08 Tooting & Mitcham United Hendon 3–2
2008–09 Hendon Croydon Athletic 2–2 (3–1 pens) [8]
2009–10 Metropolitan Police AFC Wimbledon 4–4 (4–3 pens)
2010–11 Wingate & Finchley Hendon 3–1 [9]
2011–12 Hendon Kingstonian 2–0
2012–13 Bromley Kingstonian 2–1
2013–14 AFC Wimbledon Metropolitan Police 2–1
2014–15 Hendon Tooting & Mitcham United 3–2 (aet, 1–1 at 90 mins)
2015–16 Tooting & Mitcham United Hendon 2–0
2016–17 Cray Valley Paper Mills Metropolitan Police 2–1
2017–18 Balham Cray Valley Paper Mills 4–1
2018–19 Welling United Brentford B 1–0
2019–20 Hendon Brentford B 1–0 [10]
2020–21 Tooting & Mitcham United AFC Wimbledon 2–1

Titles by team

ClubWinsWinning years
Walthamstow Avenue 91935–36, 1936–37, 1939–40, 1941–42, 1943–44, 1952-53 (Shared), 1954–55, 1977–78, 1985–86
Tooting & Mitcham United 81942–43, 1948–49, 1958–59, 1959–60, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2015–16, 2020–21
Ilford 71900–01, 1904–05, 1913–14, 1921–22, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1953-54
Enfield 61934–35, 1960–61, 1966–67, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1975–76
Hendon 1963–64, 1968–69, 2008–09, 2011–12, 2014–15, 2019-20
Old Westminsters 51886–87 (Shared), 1887–88, 1889–90, 1891–92, 1892–93
London Caledonians 1899–00, 1907–08, 1914–15, 1925–26, 1927–28
Bromley 1909–10, 1945–46, 1950–51, 2002–03, 2012–13
Dulwich Hamlet 1924–25, 1938–39, 1949–50, 1983–84, 2003–04
Fisher Athletic 1984–85, 1987–88, 1988–89, 2004–05, 2005–06
Wimbledon 1930–31, 1933–34, 1961–62, 1974–75, 1976–77
Old Carthusians 41894–95, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99
Barking 1911–12, 1920–21, 1926–27, 1978–79
Clapton 31888–89, 1908–09, 1910–11
Leytonstone.1919–20, 1947–48, 1965–66
Finchley 1932–33, 1951–52, 1952–53 (Shared)
Barnet 1937–38, 1940–41, 1946–47
Kingstonian 1962–63, 1964–65, 1986–87
Ford United 1993–94, 1997–98, 2000–01
Upton Park 21882–83, 1883–84
Old Foresters 1884–85, 1893–94
Tufnell Park 1912–13, 1923–24
Hayes 1931–32, 1980–81
Briggs Sports 1955–56, 1956–57
Sutton United 1957–58, 1982–83
Leytonstone-Ilford 1979–80, 1981–82
Hanwell Town 1991–92, 1992–93
Wingate & Finchley 1994–95, 2010–11
Welling United 1989–90, 2018–19
Ashburnham Rovers11885–86
Casuals 1887–88 (Shared)
Royal Arsenal 1890–91
Brentford 1897–98
Civil Service 1901–02
Old Malvernians 1902–03
New Crusaders 1905–06
Leyton 1903–04
West Norwood 1906–07
Nunhead 1922–23
Erith & Belvedere 1944–45
Dagenham 1967–68
Hitchin Town 1969–70
St. Albans City 1970–71
Bishop's Stortford 1973–74
Haringey Borough 1990–91
Tottenham Omada1995–96
Barkingside 1996–97
Waltham Abbey 1998–99
Bedfont 1999–00
Croydon 2001–02
Metropolitan Police 2009–10
AFC Wimbledon 2013–14
Cray Valley Paper Mills 2016–17
Balham 2017–18

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