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|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.
|2||1889–90||London Caledonians||3–1||Crouch End|
|4||1891–92||2nd Battalion Scots Guards||4–2||1st Battalion Scots Guards|
|5||1892–93||2nd Battalion Scots Guards||2–1||Uxbridge|
|6||1893–94||Uxbridge||2–0||3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards|
|7||1894–95||2nd Battalion Scots Guards||5–1||London Welsh|
|9||1896–97||Ealing||2–1||3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards|
|10||1897–98||Brentford||2–3||2nd Battalion Scots Guards|
|Replay||Brentford||3–2||2nd Battalion Scots Guards|
|11||1898–99||London Caledonians||0–0||West Hampstead|
|11||Replay||London Caledonians||5–0||West Hampstead|
|12||1899–1900||London Caledonians||4–0||Crouch End Vampires|
|13||1900–01||West Hampstead||2–2||London Caledonians|
|Replay||West Hampstead||3–2||London Caledonians|
|15||1902–03||Shepherd's Bush||4–1||West Hampstead|
|16||1903–04||Richmond Association||0–0||Shepherd's Bush|
|Replay||Richmond Association||1–0||Shepherd's Bush|
|18||1905–06||West Hampstead||2–0||2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards|
|19||1906–07||New Crusaders||3–0||West Hampstead|
|21||1908–09||1st Battalion Scots Guards||4–0||West Hampstead|
|25||1912–13||Southall||2–0||West London Old Boys|
|35||1927–28||Metropolitan Police||3–0||RAF Uxbridge|
|37||1929–30||Wealdstone||2–2||Haywards Sports (Enfield)|
|Replay||Wealdstone||3–1||Haywards Sports (Enfield)|
|41||1933–34||Golders Green||2–0||Park Royal|
|Replay||Hounslow Town||3–2 aet||Hendon|
|95||1987–88||Staines Town||2–1 aet||Wembley|
|101||1993–94||Staines Town||2–1||Edgware Town|
|102||1994–95||Yeading||2–0 aet||Staines Town|
|104||1996–97||Staines Town||0–0 aet||Yeading|
|112||2004–05||Yeading||3–1||Hampton & Richmond Borough|
|113||2005–06||Hampton & Richmond Borough||0–0 aet||Hayes|
|115||2007–08||Hampton & Richmond Borough||3–0||Hendon|
|118||2010–11||Staines Town||3–2||Hayes & Yeading United|
|119||2011–12||Hampton & Richmond Borough||2–0||Wealdstone|
|120||2012–13||Staines Town||2–0||Ashford Town (Middlesex)|
|121||2013–14||Hampton & Richmond Borough||3–2||Wealdstone|
|122||2014–15||Harrow Borough||1–0||Hanwell Town|
|124||2016–17||Hampton & Richmond Borough||1–0||Wealdstone|
|126||2018–19||Brentford B||4–0||Harrow Borough|
|127||2020-21||Hanwell Town F.C.||1–0||Harefield United|
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