Middlesex Senior Charity Cup


Middlesex Senior Charity Cup
Middlesex Senior Charity Cup
Sport Football
Founded 1901
No. of teams 16
Country(ies) England England
Most recent champion(s) Wealdstone

The Middlesex Senior Charity Cup is a knock-out system football competition that has been running since 1901. It was presented in 1901 by C.S. Goldmann, Esq. and was first played for in the 1901-02 season, the first winners being Clapton Orient.[1] The competition is run mainly for non-league clubs in the region, although league sides have been known to enter the competition, such as Barnet, Chelsea and Q.P.R. Hayes have won the competition the most times, with 15 wins[2] (their first victory came in 1932 and their most recent in 1991).

In 1988, the final, in which Hendon beat Wembley 3-1, was played at Wembley Stadium.[3]

On 25 April 2007, Harrow Borough retained the Cup for a second year by beating Brook House at Staines Town's Wheatsheaf Park 5-4 on penalties after the match had finished 0-0 after extra time.[4] The 2009-10 season holders were North Greenford United, who beat the previous holders, Enfield Town, 1-0 in the final at Hampton and Richmond Borough's Beveree Stadium.[5] Enfield Town had beaten Hillingdon Borough 4-1 after extra time on 30 April 2008 at Hayes and Yeading's Church Road stadium.[6] In the 2008-09 season, the competition was cancelled after one first round match had been played.[7]

The current holders are Wealdstone, who defeated Hanworth Villa 2-0 in the final played at Hayes and Yeading’s Church Road stadium.[8]

Winners

1901-02 Clapton Orient
1902-03 West Hampstead
1903-04 Ealing
1904-05 Ealing
1905-06 West Hampstead
1906-07 Shepherds Bush
1907-08 Uxbridge
1908-09 Hounslow
1909-10 Enfield
1910-11 Southall
1911-12 Southall
1912-13 Uxbridge
1913-14 Southall
1914-19 No Competition
1919-20 Enfield
1920-21 Botwell Mission
1921-22 Hampstead Town
1922-23 Southall & Botwell Mission (joint holders)
1923-24 Southall & Botwell Mission (joint holders)
1924-25 Barnet
1925-26 Botwell Mission
1926-27 Barnet & Hampstead Town (joint holders)
1927-28 Southall
1928-29 Botwell Mission
1929-30 Wealdstone
1930-31 Wealdstone
1931-32 Enfield
1932-33 Hayes
1933-34 Hayes
1934-35 Uxbridge Town
1935-36 Golders Green
1936-37 Southall
1937-38 Wealdstone
1938-39 Wealdstone
1939-40 Wealdstone
1940-41* Wealdstone
1941-42* Wealdstone
1942-43* Finchley
1943-44* Tufnell Park
1944-45* Golders Green
1945-46 Golders Green
1946-47 Hendon
1947-48 Hendon
1948-49 Hayes
1949-50 Wealdstone
1950-51 Finchley
1951-52 Southall
1952-53 Hounslow Town
1953-54 Hendon
1954-55 Hayes
1955-56 Hounslow Town
1956-57 Hendon
1957-58 Finchley
1958-59 Enfield
1959-60 Hounslow Town
1960-61 Enfield
1961-62 Enfield & Hounslow Town (joint holders)
1962-63 Hayes
1963-64 Wealdstone
1964-65 Finchley
1965-66 Hounslow Town
1966-67 No Competition
1967-68 Wealdstone & Wembley (joint holders)
1968-69 Southall
1969-70 Hampton
1970-71 Hayes
1971-72 Hayes
1972-73 Hayes
1973-74 Finchley
1974-75 Hayes
1975-76 Hendon
1976-77 Hendon
1977-78 Hillingdon Borough
1978-79 Hendon
1979-80 Harrow Borough
1980-81 Wembley & Wealdstone (joint winners)
1981-82 Uxbridge
1982-83 Wembley
1983-84 Southall
1984-85 Hendon
1985-86 Kingsbury Town
1986-87 Wembley
1987-88 Hendon
1988-89 Chelsea
1989-90 Chelsea
1990-91 Hayes
1911-92 Chelsea
1992-93 Harrow Borough
1993-94 Staines Town
1994-95 Wembley
1995-96 Hampton
1996-97 Edgware Town
1997-98 Hampton
1998-99 Hampton
1999-00 Ashford Town (Middlesex)
2000-01 No Competition
2001-02 Enfield Town
2002-03 Feltham
2003-04 Wealdstone
2004-05 Yeading
2005-06 Harrow Borough
2006-07 Harrow Borough
2007-08 Enfield Town
2008-09 No Competition
2009-10 North Greenford United
2010-11 Wealdstone
Source[9]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Middlesex Charity Cup". Come On You ETs. http://etfc.freeservers.com/mcc.html. Retrieved 2007-09-30. 
  2. ^ "Hayes Football Club". Football.co.uk. http://www.football.co.uk/hayes/information.shtml. Retrieved 2007-09-30. 
  3. ^ Francis, Tony (22 August 2005). "Future returns to the past". Telegraph.co.uk. Telegraph Media Group. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/2364126/Future-returns-to-the-past.html. Retrieved 2010-01-14. 
  4. ^ "2006-2007 Season - Middlesex County Football Association - Wednesday, 18 Apr 2007 Wednesday, 25 April 2007". Football Mitoo. http://www.football.mitoo.net/MtchDay.cfm?TblName=Matches&MDate=%7Bts%20%272007%2D04%2D25%2000%3A00%3A00%27%7D&DivisionID=745&LeagueCode=MCFA2006. Retrieved 2007-09-30. 
  5. ^ "2009-2010 Season Middlesex County Football Association Senior Charity Cup Knockout History". Football Mitoo. http://www.football.mitoo.co.uk/KOHist.cfm?TblName=Matches&DivisionID=9306&LeagueCode=MCFA2009. Retrieved 2010-05-10. 
  6. ^ "2007-2008 Season - Middlesex County Football Association - Wednesday, 30 April 2008". Football Mitoo. http://www.football.mitoo.co.uk/MtchDay.cfm?TblName=Matches&MDate={ts%20%272008-04-30%2000%3A00%3A00%27}&DivisionID=2419&LeagueCode=MCFA2007. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 
  7. ^ "2008-2009 Season Middlesex County Football Association Senior Charity Cup Knockout History". Football Mitoo. http://www.football.mitoo.co.uk/KOHist.cfm?TblName=Matches&DivisionID=4844&LeagueCode=MCFA2008. Retrieved 2009-06-18. 
  8. ^ Warren, Stuart (2 May 2011). "Hanworth Villa 0 - 2 Wealdstone". Match Report. Wealdstone F.C.. http://www.wealdstone-fc.com/reports/2010-11.php?id=71. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 
  9. ^ "Middlesex Charity Cup". Football Club History Database. F.C.H.D.. http://www.fchd.info/cups/middlesexsummary.htm. Retrieved 2008-01-06. 

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