AFA Senior Cup

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The Amateur Football Alliance Senior Cup is an amateur football competition in England organised by the Amateur Football Alliance. The competition is contested by the first teams of clubs affiliated to the Alliance.

List of finals[edit]

Season Winner League
1907–1908 The Casuals Southern Amateur League
1908–1909 New Crusaders Southern Amateur League
1909–1910 Civil Service Southern Amateur League
1910–1911 Old Malvernians
1911–1912 Oxford Southern Amateur League
1912–1913 The Casuals [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1913–1914 Ealing Association Southern Amateur League
1914–1919
1919–1920 Civil Service (2nd victory) Southern Amateur League
1920–1921 Ealing Association [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1921–1922 Eastbourne Southern Amateur League
1922–1923 Aquarius Southern Amateur League
1923–1924 Bank of England Southern Amateur League
1924–1925 Eastbourne [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1925–1926 Lensbury Southern Olympian League
1926–1927 Ealing Association [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1927–1928 Bank of England [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1928–1929 HMS Excellent
1929–1930 Civil Service [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1930–1931 Cambridge Town Southern Amateur League
1931–1932 Hitchin Town Spartan League
1932–1933 Catford Wanderers Southern Amateur League
1933–1934 St. Albans City Isthmian League
1934–1935 Harwich & Parkeston Southern Amateur League
1935–1936 Harwich & Parkeston [2nd victory] Eastern Counties League
1936–1937 Harwich & Parkeston [3rd victory] Eastern Counties League
1937–1938 Hastings & St. Leonard's Southern Amateur League
1938–1939 Moor Green Central Amateur League
1939–1946
1946–1947 Cambridge Town [2nd victory] Spartan League
1947–1948 SHARED: Boldmere St. Michael's; Cambridge Town [3rd victory] Central Amateur League(?); Spartan League
1948–1949 Cambridge Town [4th victory] Spartan League
1949–1950 Cambridge Town [5th victory] Spartan League
1950–1951 Histon Institute Cambridgeshire League (?)
1951–1952 Norsemen Southern Amateur League
1952–1953 SHARED: Winchmore Hill; HMS Daedalus Southern Amateur League; -
1953–1954 Southgate Olympic Southern Olympian League
1954–1955 Alexandra Park Southern Amateur League
1955–1956 Hanwell Corinthians unknown
1956–1957 Walpole Athletic unknown
1957–1958 Barclays Bank Southern Amateur League
1958–1959 Cuaco Southern Amateur League
1959–1960 Winchmore Hill [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1960–1961 Lloyds Bank Southern Amateur League
1961–1962 Cuaco [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1962–1963 Nottingham University Midland Amateur Alliance
1963–1964 Old Camdenians Old Boys League
1964–1965 Old Actonians Nemean Amateur League
1965–1966 Savings Bank Department Southern Olympian League
1966–1967 Borough Polytechnic Southern Amateur League
1967–1968 Old Salesians Old Boys League
1968–1969 Westminster Bank Southern Amateur League
1969–1970 Penguin Sports Club Southern Olympian League
1970–1971 Midland Bank Southern Amateur League
1971–1972 West Wickham Southern Amateur League
1972–1973 Old Actonians [2nd victory] Nemean Amateur League
1973–1974 Southgate Olympic [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1974–1975 Kew Association Southern Amateur League
1975–1976 Old Aloysians Old Boys League
1976–1977 Midland Bank [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1977–1978 Kew Association [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1978–1979 Lloyds Bank [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1979–1980 Old Grammarians Southern Olympian League
1980–1981 West Wickham [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1981–1982 Old Grammarians [2nd victory] Southern Olympian League
1982–1983 Norsemen [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1983–1984 Old Esthameians Southern Amateur League
1984–1985 Old Salesians [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1985–1986 Old Esthameians [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1986–1987 Old Aloysians [2nd victory] Old Boys League
1987–1988 Old Aloysians [3rd victory] Old Boys League
1988–1989 Old Stationers Southern Amateur League
1989–1990 Old Salesians [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1990–1991 Norsemen [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1991–1992 West Wickham [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1992–1993 National Westminster Bank Southern Amateur League
1993–1994 Crouch End Vampires Southern Amateur League
1994–1995 National Westminster Bank [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League
1995–1996 Old Actonians Association [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
1996–1997 Civil Service [4th victory] Southern Amateur League
1997–1998 Old Aloysians [4th victory] Old Boys League
1998–1999 Old Finchleians Southern Amateur League
1999–2000 UCL Academicals Southern Olympian League
2000–2001 UCL Academicals [2nd victory] Southern Olympian League
2001–2002 Old Meadonians Old Boys League
2002–2003 Winchmore Hill [3rd victory] Southern Amateur League
2003–2004 Old Meadonians [2nd victory] Amateur Football Combination
2004–2005 Old Meadonians [3rd victory] Amateur Football Combination
2005–2006 Winchmore Hill [4th victory] Southern Amateur League
2006–2007 West Wickham [4th victory] Southern Amateur League
2007–2008 Old Meadonians [4th victory] Amateur Football Combination
2008–2009 Nottsborough Southern Amateur League
2009–2010 Winchmore Hill [5th victory] Southern Amateur League
2010–2011 Old Salesians [4th victory] Southern Amateur League
2011–2012 Winchmore Hill [6th victory] Southern Amateur League
2012–2013 Old Minchendenians Amateur Football Combination
2013–2014 Old Wilsonians Southern Amateur League
2014–2015 Old Wilsonians [2nd victory] Southern Amateur League

Winners[edit]

  • 6 wins Winchmore Hill
  • 5 wins Cambridge Town (now Cambridge City)
  • 4 wins Civil Service, Old Aloysians, Old Meadonians, West Wickham, Old Salesians
  • 3 wins Ealing Association, Harwich & Parkeston, Norsemen, Old Actonians Association,
  • 2 wins Bank of England, Cuaco, Eastbourne, Kew Association, Lloyds Bank (now Lloyds AFC), Midland Bank (now HSBC), National Westminster Bank, Old Esthameians, Old Grammarians, Old Wilsonians, Southgate Olympic, The Casuals (now part of Corinthian-Casuals), UCL Academicals
  • 1 win Alexandra Park, Aquarius, Barclays Bank (now BB Eagles), Boldmere St.Michaels, Borough Polytechnic (now part of South Bank Cuaco), Catford Wanderers, Crouch End Vampires, Hanwell Corinthians, Hastings & St.Leonards, Histon Institute, Hitchin Town, HMS Daedalus, HMS Excellent, Lensbury, Moor Green, New Crusaders, Nottingham University, Nottsborough, Old Camdenians, Old Finchleians, Old Malvernians, Old Minchendenians, Old Stationers, Oxford, Penguins, Savings Bank Department, St Albans City, Walpole Athletic, Westminster Bank, Old Wilsonians

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