North West Senior Cup (football)

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North West Senior Cup
Organising bodyNorth West of Ireland Football Association
Founded1886
Region Ulster Banner.svg Northern Ireland
Most successful club(s) Coleraine (20 titles)

The North West Senior Cup or North West Cup is a senior football competition in Northern Ireland run by the North West of Ireland Football Association. Senior and intermediate teams from the North West FA's jurisdiction (which covers County Londonderry and parts of County Tyrone), are entitled to enter. It originated as the County Londonderry F.A. Cup in 1886–87 [1] but became the North West Cup in 1892.

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List of winners

YearWinner
1886–87 Limavady
1887–88 Limavady
1888–89 Limavady
1889–90 Limavady
1890–91 St Columb's Court
1891–92 St Columb's Court
1892–93 Limavady
1893–94 St Columb's Hall Celtic
1894–95 St Columb's Hall Celtic
1895–96 St Columb's Hall Celtic
1896–97 St Columb's Hall Celtic
1897–98 St Columb's Hall Celtic
1898–99 Derry Celtic
1899–00Derry Hibernians
1900–01 Derry Celtic
1901–02 Derry Celtic
1902–03 Derry Celtic
1903–04Derry Hibernians
1904–05Derry Hibernians
1905–06Celtic Wanderers
1906–07Celtic Wanderers
1907–08Celtic Wanderers and Bright Stars (shared)
1908–09Celtic Wanderers
1909–31not played
1932 Derry City
1933 Derry City
1934 Derry City
1935 Derry City
1936 Derry City
1937 Derry City
1939 Derry City
1953 Coleraine Reserves
1954 Derry City
1955 Coleraine
1956 Coleraine
1957No award
1958 Coleraine
1959 Coleraine
1960 Derry City
1961 Coleraine
1962 Derry City
1963 Derry City
1964 Derry City
1965 Coleraine
1966 Derry City
1968 Coleraine
1969 Derry City
1970 Derry City
1971 Derry City
1981 Coleraine
1982 Coleraine
1983 Coleraine
1987–88 Coleraine
1988–89 Coleraine
1989–90 Tobermore United
1990–91 Omagh Town
1991–92 Coleraine
1992–93 Omagh Town
1993–94 Limavady United
1994–95 Coleraine
1995–96 Omagh Town
1996–97 Omagh Town
1997–98 Institute
1998–99 Limavady United
1999–00 Omagh Town
2000–01 Omagh Town
2001–02 Coleraine
2002–03 Institute
2003–04 Coleraine
2004–05 Limavady United
2005–06 Coleraine
2006–07 Tobermore United
2007–08 Coleraine
2008–09 Institute
2009–10 Coleraine [2]
2010–11 Institute [3]
2011–12 Institute [4]
2012–13 Coleraine [5]
2013–14 Newbuildings United [6]
2014–15 Institute [7]
2015–16 Limavady United [8]
2016–17 Institute [9]
2017–18 Institute [10]
2018–19 Limavady United [11]
2019–20 Ballinamallard United [12]
2020–21 Dergview [13]

Performance by club

ClubTotal
wins
Last win
Coleraine 202012–13
Derry City 161971
Limavady United 10†2018–19
Derry Celtic81902–03
Institute 82017–18
Omagh Town 62000–01
Celtic Wanderers4†1908–09
Derry Hibernians31904–05
St Columb's Court 2†1892–93
Tobermore United 22006–07
Ballinamallard United 12019–20
Bright Stars1†1907–08
Newbuildings United 12013–14
Coleraine Reserves 11953
Dergview 12020-21

‡ Including 4 as St Columb's Hall Celtic.

See also

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References

  1. Belfast News-Letter, 29 November 1886
  2. Coleraine snatch North West Cup
  3. McIntyre's brace secures the NW Cup
  4. North West Senior Cup Winners 2011/12 Archived 2 November 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  5. Penalty shoot-out joy for United
  6. Institute secure first trophy of the season
  7. Coleraine 0-2 Limavady United
  8. Institute make Coleraine pay the penalty to lift North West Senior Cup
  9. Coleraine FC
  10. Derry Journal
  11. Ulster Herald