Bass Charity Vase
|Current champions||Burton Albion (2014)|
|Most successful club(s)||Derby County (17 titles)|
|Website||Tournament home page|
The Bass Charity Vase is an association football tournament founded in 1889 in Burton upon Trent to raise funds for medical and hospital charities. The trophy was donated by the Bass Brewery. The first final was played in 1890 and was won by Derby County, who remain as of 2014[update] the most successful club, with 17 titles.
Winners up to and including 2013 are sourced to the competition's website; more recent winners are individually sourced.
|Club||Wins||Last final won|
|Burton All Saints/Town||11||1940|
|Gresley Rovers||7 (incl. 1 shared)||1989 Centenary|
|Newhall United||6 (incl. 2 shared)||1974|
|Stapenhill||5 (incl. 1 shared)||1966|
|West Bromwich Albion||3||2003|
|1st R.F.R. Royal Artillery||2||1942|
|Rawdon Colliery Welfare||2||1963/64|
|Ibstock Penistone Rovers||2||1969|
|Workers Union (Burton)||1||1915|
|Coalville Munition Girls||1||1918|
|Wilmorton & Alvaston||1||1960|
- "Bass Charity Vase History". Bass Charity Vase. Retrieved 5 August 2013.
- "Burton Albion 4, Sheffield United 0 – full-time report". Burton Mail. 19 July 2014. Retrieved 20 July 2014.
- "Winners and finalists". Bass Charity Vase. Retrieved 20 July 2014.