|Most successful club(s)||Ipswich Town (16 titles)|
The Suffolk Senior Cup is the second level football cup competition organised by the Suffolk FA after the Suffolk Premier Cup. It is currently open to Suffolk–based clubs competing in Eastern Counties League Division One and the top divisions of the Suffolk & Ipswich League, the Essex & Suffolk Border League, the Anglian Combination and the Cambridgeshire League.
The cup was first played during the 1885–86 season, and was initially known as the Suffolk Football Association Challenge Cup.During the 1899–90 season the competition was renamed Suffolk County Senior Cup when a Junior Cup was also introduced. In 1907 the Suffolk Football Association split, with one affiliating to the Football Association and the other to the Amateur Football Association, with both new organisations running a competition called the Suffolk Senior Cup. The AFA-affiliated organisation continued to use the original trophy, and the FA-affiliated one using a new trophy. The two reunited in 1914 when the AFA affiliated to the Football Association.
The competition was temporarily halted during World War I before it resumed in 1919, using the trophy that the FA-affiliated organisation had used. The original trophy was returned in 1921, with the newer trophy then being used for the Minor Cup competition.The Suffolk Senior Cup was interrupted again during World War II, resuming in 1945. In 1956 a new competition, the Suffolk Premier Cup was introduced for clubs in the Eastern Counties League and leagues above, with the Senior Cup becoming a secondary competition for clubs below the Eastern Counties League.
|1885–86||Woodbridge Association||2–2||Ipswich Town|
|Replay||Woodbridge Association||0–0||Ipswich Town|
|Second replay||Woodbridge Association||3–1||Ipswich Town|
|1886–87||Ipswich Town||2–1||Ipswich School||1,000|
|1888–89||Ipswich Town||4–0||Newmarket Town||3,000|
|1889–90||Ipswich Town||4–1||Long Melford|
|1892–93||Beccles Caxton||2–0||Framlingham College|
|1893–94||Framlingham College||3–1||Ipswich Middle School|
|1895–96||Ipswich Town||2–0||Beccles Caxton||1,500|
|Second replay||Beccles Caxton||2–1||Kirkley|
|1899–00||Ipswich Town||5–1||Beccles College||2,000|
|1904–05||Ipswich Town||2–0||Lowetsoft Town||2,000|
|1905–06||Ipswich Town||6–1||Haverhill Rovers||1,500|
|1906–07||Ipswich Town||2–1||Bury St Edmunds||4,000|
|1907–08||Ipswich Town||3–0||Bury Alexandra||2,500|
|1908–09||Long Melford||2–2||Bury Town|
|Replay||Long Melford||1–0||Bury Town|
|1910–11||Suffolk District Asylum||2–2||Bury Town|
|Replay||Suffolk District Asylum||1–0||Bury Town|
|1911–12||Ipswich Town||2–1||Haverhill Rovers||3,100|
|1912–13||Ipswich Town||2–1||All Saints United||1,800|
|1913–14||Ipswich Town||1–1||Ipswich YMCA|
|Replay||Ipswich Town||3–0||Ipswich YMCA|
|1919–20||Beccles Town||5–1||Haverhill Rovers||3,000|
|1920–21||Long Melford||1–0||Bury Town|
|1921–22||Beccles Town||Ipswich GER|
|Replay||Beccles Town||3–2||Ipswich GER|
|1922–23||Lowestoft Town||2–0||Stowmarket Town|
|1923–24||Lowestoft Town||3–1||Beccles Town|
|1925–26||Lowestoft Town||2–1||RAF Martlesham Heath|
|1926–27||Brantham Athletic||3–0||Lowestoft Town||8,903|
|1927–28||Ipswich Town||2–0||HMS Ganges||11,669|
|1928–29||Ipswich Town||5–0||Woodbridge Town||8,349|
|1929–30||Ipswich Town||6–0||Sudbury Town||8,858|
|1930–31||Stowmarket Town||3–1||Sudbury Town|
|1931–32||Lowestoft Town||3–2||Stowmarket Town|
|1933–34||Stowmarket Town||3–0||Bury Town|
|1935–36||Lowestoft Town||4–1||Ipswich Town|
|1936–37||Bury Town||2–0||Sudbury Town|
|1937–38||Bury Town||3–1||Ipswich Town Reserves|
|1938–39||Bury Town||4–0||RAF Mildenhall|
|1945–46||Bury Town||4–2 (2–0, 2–2)||Newmarket Town|
|1946–47||Lowestoft Town||3–0||Bungay Town|
|1947–48||Lowestoft Town||3–1||Whitton United|
|1949–50||Bungay Town||2–0||Lowestoft Town|
|1950–51||Stowmarket Town||2–0||Sudbury Town||10,867|
|1951–52||Stowmarket Town||2–2||Bury Town|
|Replay||Stowmarket Town||4–1||Bury Town|
|1952–53||Long Melford||1–1||Sudbury Town|
|Replay||Long Melford||1–0||Sudbury Town|
|1953–54||Long Melford||2–0||Sudbury Town|
|1954–55||Long Melford||2–0||Ipswich Town Reserves|
|1955–56||Lowestoft Town||2–1||Long Melford|
|1956–57||Sudbury Town||3–1||Bury Town|
|1957–58||Stowmarket Town||2–0||Newmarket Town|
|1958–59||Whitton United||3–0||Bungay Town|
|1959–60||Brantham Athletic||1–1||Christchurch Athletic|
|Replay||Brantham Athletic||3–2||Christchurch Athletic|
|1960–61||Bungay Town||4–4||Orwell Works|
|Replay||Bungay Town||1–0||Orwell Works|
|1961–62||Stowmarket Town||2–0||Brantham Athletic|
|1962–63||Whitton United||3–0||Bungay Town|
|1964–65||Stowmarket Town||4–0||Orwell Works|
|1966–67||Felixstowe Town||3–2||Oulton Broad|
|1968–69||Hadleigh United||3–2||Westerfield United|
|1969–70||Waterside Works||1–0||Long Melford|
|1970–71||Crane Sports||3–1||Needham Market|
|1972–73||Heath Row||3–2||Birds Eye|
|1973–74||Crane Sports||1–0||Heath Row Rushmere YAC|
|1974–75||Felixstowe Town||3–2||Nicholians Locomotive|
|1975–76||Brantham Athletic||2–1||Hadleigh United|
|1976–77||Nicholians Locomotive||2–1||Hadleigh United|
|1977–78||Woodbridge Town||2–1||Crane Sports|
|1979–80||Nicholians Locomotive||0–0||Needham Market|
|Replay||Nicholians Locomotive||3–2||Needham Market|
|1981–82||Crane Sports||1–0||Wickham Market|
|1982–83||Hadleigh United||4–1||Crane Sports|
|1983–84||Crane Sports||2–1||Ipswich United|
|1984–85||Bury Town reserves||1–0||Westerfield United|
|1986–87||Sudbury Town reserves||3–0||Ipswich United|
|1988–89||Cornard United||1–0||Sudbury Wanderers|
|1990–91||Sudbury Wanderers||5–1||BT Research|
|1991–92||Whitton United||2–0||Long Melford|
|1992–93||Woodbridge Town||5–2||Stonham Aspal|
|1993–94||Woodbridge Town||4–0||Saxmundham Sports|
|1996–97||Haverhill Rovers||4–1||Ipswich Wanderers|
|1998–99||Walton United||1–0||Needham Market|
|2003–04||Hadleigh United||2–2||Long Melford|
|Hadleigh United win 7–6 on penalties|
|2008–09||Beccles Town||1–0||Crane Sports||1,103|
|2009–10||Team Bury||2–0||Capel Plough||856|
|2011–12||Whitton United||2–1||Long Melford||864|
|2012–13||Ipswich Wanderers||1–1||Whitton United||1,045|
|Ipswich Wanderers win 3–2 on penalties|
|2013-14||Whitton United||1–0||Ipswich Wanderers||421|
|2014–15||Lakenheath||7–0||Ipswich Valley Rangers||307|
|2017–18||Woodbridge Town||3–0||Bungay Town||987|
Ipswich Town Football Club is a professional association football club based in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. They play in League One, the third tier of the English football league system.
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