|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),Brentford, Wimbledon and Barnet. The current champions are Tooting & Mitcham United.
|1882–83||Upton Park||Old Foresters||4–0|
|1883–84||Upton Park||Old Foresters||4–1|
|1884–85||Old Foresters||Upton Park||2–1|
|1886–87||Old Westminsters||Casuals||1–1, cup shared|
|1889–90||Old Westminsters||Royal Arsenal||1–0|
|1890–91||Royal Arsenal||St Bartholomew's Hospital||6–0|
|1893–94||Old Foresters||Old Carthusians||2–1|
|1896–97||Old Carthusians||3rd Grenadier Guards||5–2|
|1898–99||Old Carthusians||London Caledonians||2–1|
|1899–00||London Caledonians||Old Westminsters||1–0|
|1901–02||Civil Service||Shepherd's Bush||3–2|
|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|
|1913–14||Ilford||Nunhead||1–1, replay 2–0|
|1915–16||No competition due to First World War|
|1920–21||Barking Town||Dulwich Hamlet||4–1|
|1926–27||Barking Town||London Caledonians||4–2|
|1927–28||London Caledonians||Dulwich Hamlet||2–0|
|1933–34||Wimbledon||Leyton||1–1, replay 2–1|
|1935–36||Walthamstow Avenue||Golders Green||1–0|
|1938–39||Dulwich Hamlet||Erith & Belvedere||3–0|
|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|
|1948–49||Tooting & Mitcham United||Bromley||3–2|
|1949–50||Dulwich Hamlet||Hounslow Town||3–1|
|1952–53||Finchley||Walthamstow Avenue||2–2, cup shared|
|1958–59||Tooting & Mitcham United||Hendon||5–2|
|1959–60||Tooting & Mitcham United||Bromley||5–0|
|1969–70||Hitchin Town||St. Albans City||4–2|
|1970–71||St. Albans City||Enfield||1–0|
|1972–73||Enfield||Hitchin Town||1–1, replay 3–1|
|1973–74||Bishop's Stortford||Walton & Hersham||4–1|
|1976–77||Wimbledon||Staines Town||0–0, replay 1–0|
|1981–82||Leytonstone-Ilford||Farnborough Town||0–0, replay 1–0|
|1983–84||Dulwich Hamlet||Kingstonian||2–2, replay 3–2|
|1987–88||Fisher Athletic||Hampton||2–2, replay 2–1|
|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 Hamlets||4–3|
|1995–96||Tottenham Omada||Kingsbury Town||2–1|
|2000–01||Ford United||Croydon Athletic||3–2|
|2003–04||Dulwich Hamlet||Tooting & Mitcham United||2–0|
|2004–05||Fisher Athletic||Wingate & Finchley||4–0|
|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)|
|2009–10||Metropolitan Police||AFC Wimbledon||4–4 (4–3 pens)|
|2010–11||Wingate & Finchley||Hendon||3–1|
|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|
|2020–21||Tooting & Mitcham United||AFC Wimbledon||2–1|
|Walthamstow Avenue||9||1935–36, 1936–37, 1939–40, 1941–42, 1943–44, 1952-53 (Shared), 1954–55, 1977–78, 1985–86|
|Tooting & Mitcham United||8||1942–43, 1948–49, 1958–59, 1959–60, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2015–16, 2020–21|
|Ilford||7||1900–01, 1904–05, 1913–14, 1921–22, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1953-54|
|Enfield||6||1934–35, 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||5||1886–87 (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||4||1894–95, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99|
|Barking||1911–12, 1920–21, 1926–27, 1978–79|
|Clapton||3||1888–89, 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||2||1882–83, 1883–84|
|Old Foresters||1884–85, 1893–94|
|Tufnell Park||1912–13, 1923–24|
|Briggs Sports||1955–56, 1956–57|
|Sutton United||1957–58, 1982–83|
|Hanwell Town||1991–92, 1992–93|
|Wingate & Finchley||1994–95, 2010–11|
|Welling United||1989–90, 2018–19|
|Erith & Belvedere||1944–45|
|St. Albans City||1970–71|
|Cray Valley Paper Mills||2016–17|
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