Middlesex Senior Cup

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Middlesex Senior Cup
Founded1889
Region Middlesex
Current champions Hendon (15th title)
Most successful club(s) Hendon (15 titles)

The Middlesex Senior Cup is the most prestigious football cup competition in the historic county of Middlesex, England. The competition is run mainly for non-League clubs in the region, although league clubs have been known to enter the competition, including Brentford, Barnet and Chelsea. In order to be eligible to play in the Middlesex Senior Cup, clubs have to play at step 5 or above of the National League System. [1]

Contents

Finals

#SeasonWinnersScoreLosersNotes
11888–89 Clapton 4–0Phoenix
21889–90 London Caledonians 3–1 Crouch End
31890–91 London Caledonians 1–1 Uxbridge
Replay London Caledonians 2–0 Uxbridge
41891–922nd Battalion Scots Guards4–2 1st Battalion Scots Guards
51892–932nd Battalion Scots Guards2–1 Uxbridge
61893–94 Uxbridge 2–03rd Battalion Grenadier Guards
71894–952nd Battalion Scots Guards5–1London Welsh
81895–96 Uxbridge 1–1 Southall
Replay Uxbridge 3–2 Southall
91896–97Ealing2–13rd Battalion Grenadier Guards
101897–98 Brentford 2–32nd Battalion Scots Guards [nb 1]
Replay Brentford 3–22nd Battalion Scots Guards
111898–99 London Caledonians 0–0 West Hampstead
11Replay London Caledonians 5–0West Hampstead
121899–1900 London Caledonians 4–0 Crouch End Vampires
131900–01 West Hampstead 2–2 London Caledonians
Replay West Hampstead 3–2 London Caledonians
141901–02Richmond Association1–0Ealing
151902–03 Shepherd's Bush 4–1 West Hampstead
161903–04Richmond Association0–0 Shepherd's Bush
ReplayRichmond Association1–0 Shepherd's Bush
171904–05Ealing1–0 London Caledonians
181905–06 West Hampstead 2–02nd Battalion Grenadier Guards
191906–07New Crusaders3–0 West Hampstead
201907–08 Southall 3–0Hanwell
211908–09 1st Battalion Scots Guards 4–0 West Hampstead
221909–10 Shepherd's Bush 4–0 Staines
231910–11 Southall 1–0 Enfield
241911–12 Southall 3–1Lotus
251912–13 Southall 2–0West London Old Boys
261913–14 Enfield 2–0 Uxbridge
271919–20 Botwell Mission 3–1 Southall
281920–21 Botwell Mission 3–0 Enfield
291921–22 RAF Uxbridge 2–1 Barnet
301922–23 Southall 2–1 Botwell Mission
311923–24 Southall 3–1 Wealdstone
321924–25 Southall 5–0 Hampstead Town
331925–26 Botwell Mission 2–1 Barnet
341926–27 Southall 2–1 Uxbridge
351927–28 Metropolitan Police 3–0 RAF Uxbridge
361928–29 Finchley 2–0 Southall
371929–30 Wealdstone 2–2Haywards Sports (Enfield)
Replay Wealdstone 3–1Haywards Sports (Enfield)
381930–31 Hayes 4–1Hampstead
391931–32 Barnet 0–2Park Royal
Replay Barnet 4–3Park Royal [nb 1]
401932–33 Barnet 1–1 Staines Town
Replay Barnet 3–1 Staines Town
411933–34 Golders Green 2–0Park Royal
421934–35 London Caledonians 2–0 Uxbridge
431935–36 Hayes 2–1 Finchley
441936–37 Southall 1–0 Hayes
451937–38 Wealdstone 3–1 Tufnell Park
461938–39 Golders Green 4–0 Wealdstone
471939–40 Hayes 1–0 Finchley
481940–41 Wealdstone 3–1Pinner
491941–42 Wealdstone 4–1 Finchley
501942–43 Wealdstone 3–3 Finchley
Replay Wealdstone 3–0 Finchley
511943–44 Finchley 3–0Acton Town
521944–45 Southall 3–1 Golders Green
531945–46 Wealdstone 2–0 Edgware Town
541946–47 Enfield 1–0 Hendon
551947–48 Edgware Town 2–1 Enfield
561948–49 Hounslow 1–0 Hayes
571949–50 Hayes 2–1 Hounslow
581950–51 Uxbridge 2–1 Hayes
591951–52 Finchley 3–0 Enfield
601952–53 Hounslow 3–1 Finchley
611953–54 Southall 3–0 Edgware Town
621954–55 Southall 4–0 Uxbridge
631955–56 Hendon 5–1 Wembley
641956–57 Hounslow Town 1–0 Hendon
651957–58 Hendon 3–0 Enfield
661958–59 Wealdstone 3–1 Enfield
671959–60 Hendon 2–1 Enfield
681960–61 Hounslow Town 0–0 Hendon
Replay Hounslow Town 3–2 aet Hendon
691961–62 Enfield 4–1 Wealdstone
701962–63 Wealdstone 2–0 Enfield
711963–64 Wealdstone 2–0 Finchley
721964–65 Hendon 1–0 Finchley
731965–66 Enfield 4–1 Wealdstone [nb 2]
741966–67 Hendon 4–1 Enfield [nb 2]
751967–68 Wealdstone 3–1 Hayes [nb 2]
761968–69 Enfield 6–0 Wembley [nb 2]
771969–70 Enfield 3–2 Wealdstone [nb 2]
781970–71 Enfield 3–0 Hendon [nb 2]
791971–72 Hendon 5–2 Hampton [nb 2]
801972–73 Hendon 3–3 Enfield [nb 2]
Replay Hendon 3–0 Enfield
811973–74 Hendon 4–1 Edgware Town [nb 2]
821974–75 Staines Town 1–1 Hendon
Replay Staines Town 1–0 Hendon
831975–76 Staines Town 2–0 Enfield
841976–77 Staines Town 3–2 Hampton
851977–78 Enfield 2–0 Hendon
861978–79 Enfield 2–0 Wembley
871979–80 Enfield 2–0 Staines Town
881980–81 Enfield 2–0 Hayes
891981–82 Hayes 2–0 Wealdstone
901982–83 Harrow Borough 2–0 Wealdstone
911983–84 Wembley 5–1 Hendon
921984–85 Wealdstone 4–2 Enfield
931985–86 Hendon 2–0 aet Southall
941986–87 Wembley 1–0 Hayes
951987–88 Staines Town 2–1 aet Wembley
961988–89 Enfield 2–1 Kingsbury Town
971989–90 Staines Town 1–0 Yeading
981990–91 Enfield 1–0 Yeading
991991–92 Yeading 2–1 Wembley
1001992–93 Harrow Borough 1–0 Wembley
1011993–94 Staines Town 2–1 Edgware Town
1021994–95 Yeading 2–0 aet Staines Town
1031995–96 Hayes 3–2 aet Hampton
1041996–97 Staines Town 0–0 aet Yeading [nb 3]
1051997–98 Enfield 3–2 Uxbridge
1061998–99 Hendon 2–2 Wembley [nb 4]
1071999–2000 Hayes 2–0 Northwood
1082000–01 Uxbridge 3–0 Harrow Borough
1092001–02 Hendon 4–2 aet Northwood
1102002–03 Hendon 2–0 Enfield Town
1112003–04 Hendon 3–1 aet Uxbridge
1122004–05 Yeading 3–1 Hampton & Richmond Borough
1132005–06 Hampton & Richmond Borough 0–0 aet Hayes [nb 5]
1142006–07 Northwood 1–1 aet Hayes [nb 6]
1152007–08 Hampton & Richmond Borough 3–0 Hendon
1162008–09 AFC Hayes 2–1 Hendon
1172009–10 Staines Town 2–0 Uxbridge
1182010–11 Staines Town 3–2 Hayes & Yeading United
1192011–12 Hampton & Richmond Borough 2–0 Wealdstone
1202012–13 Staines Town 2–0 Ashford Town (Middlesex)
1212013–14 Hampton & Richmond Borough 3–2 Wealdstone
1222014–15 Harrow Borough 1–0 Hanwell Town
1232015–16 Northwood 2–0 Enfield Town
1242016–17 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1–0 Wealdstone
1252017–18 Hendon 0–0 Staines Town [nb 7]
1262018–19 Brentford B 4–0 Harrow Borough
1272020-21 Hanwell Town F.C. 1–0 Harefield United

See also

Notes

  1. 1 2 Replayed after protest.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 On aggregate over two legs.
  3. Staines Town won 6–5 on penalties.
  4. Hendon win 4–2 on penalties.
  5. Hampton & Richmond Borough won 4–3 on penalties.
  6. Northwood won 4–2 on penalties.
  7. Hendon won 5–4 on penalties.

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