Northumberland Senior Cup

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Northumberland Senior Cup
Flag of Northumberland
Flag of Northumberland
Founded 1884
Region Northumberland
Number of teams 10
Current champions Blyth Spartans (2015)
Most successful club(s) Newcastle United (East End, West End, ‘A’, and reserve teams, 36 wins)
Website Northumberland FA Senior Cup

The Northumberland Senior Cup is an annual football competition held between the clubs of the Northumberland Football Association which was first played in 1884. It is the senior county cup for the footballing county of Northumberland, which includes Newcastle upon Tyne, North Tyneside, and Northumberland. The first winners were Tyne. The current holders are Newcastle United who defeated Blyth Spartans 4–0 at St. James' Park on 22 April 2014.[1]

Winners[edit]

Marc Wamsley (Ashington #3), Iain Nickalls (Ashington #6) and Phil Bell (Whitley Bay) contest a ball at the Northumberland Senior Cup 2010 Final.
1884 Tyne 1928 Bedlington United 1976 North Shields5
1885 Newcastle East End1 1929 Newcastle United Reserves 1977 Blue Star Welfare6
1886 Morpeth Harriers
Shankhouse
1930 Newcastle United Reserves 1978 Blyth Spartans
1887 Shankhouse Black Watch2 1931 Newcastle United 1979 North Shields
1888 Newcastle West End3 1932 Blyth Spartans 1980 Ashington
1889 Newcastle East End1 1933 Ashington 1981 Blyth Spartans
1890 Newcastle West End3 1934 Blyth Spartans 1982 Blyth Spartans
1891 Shankhouse Black Watch2 1935 Blyth Spartans 1983 Blue Star6
1892 Newcastle West End3 1936 Blyth Spartans 1984 Blue Star6
1893 Shankhouse 1937 Blyth Spartans 1985 Blyth Spartans
1894 Shankhouse 1938 North Shields5 1986 Blue Star6
1895 Shankhouse 1939 Ashington A.F.C. 1987 Whitley Bay
1896 Willington Athletic 1947 Newburn 1988 Newcastle Blue Star6
1897 Willington Athletic 1948 North Shields5 1989 Newcastle United Reserves
1898 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1949 Hexham Hearts 1990 Newcastle United Reserves
1899 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1950 Ashington 1991 North Shields5
1900 Seghill 1951 Cramlington Welfare 1992 Blyth Spartans
1901 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1952 Blyth Spartans
Newburn
1993 Newcastle Blue Star6
1902 Wallsend Park Villa4 1953 Whitley Bay 1994 Blyth Spartans
1903 Morpeth Harriers 1954 North Shields5 1995 Newcastle United Reserves
1904 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1955 Blyth Spartans 1996 Newcastle United Reserves
1905 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1956 Ashington 1997 Bedlington Terriers
1906 North Shields Athletic5 1957 Ashington 1998 Bedlington Terriers
1907 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1958 North Shields5 1999 Newcastle United Reserves
1908 North Shields Athletic5 1959 Blyth Spartans 2000 Newcastle United Reserves
1909 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1960 North Shields5 2001 Newcastle United Reserves
1910 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1961 Whitley Bay 2002 Bedlington Terriers
1911 Newcastle United ‘A’ 1962 Ashington 2003 Newcastle United Reserves
1912 Newcastle United ‘A’
North Shields Athletic5
1963 Blyth Spartans 2004 Bedlington Terriers
1913 Newburn 1964 Whitley Bay 2005 Whitley Bay
1914 Blyth Spartans 1965 Whitley Bay 2006 Newcastle United Reserves
1915 Blyth Spartans 1966 North Shields5 2007 Morpeth Town
1919 Walker Celtic 1967 Ashington 2008 Newcastle United Reserves
1920 Walker Celtic 1968 Whitley Bay 2009 Newcastle United Reserves
1921 Ashington 1969 Whitley Bay 2010 Whitley Bay
1922 Newcastle United Reserves 1970 Whitley Bay 2011 Newcastle United Reserves
1923 Bedlington United 1971 Whitley Bay F.C. 2012 Newcastle United Reserves
1924 Newcastle United Reserves 1972 Blyth Spartans 2013 Ashington
1925 Newcastle United Reserves 1973 Whitley Bay 2014 Newcastle United Reserves
1926 Newcastle United Reserves 1974 Blyth Spartans 2015 Blyth Spartans
1927 Newcastle United Reserves 1975 Blyth Spartans

The competition was not held between 1916 and 1918 due to World War I and between 1940 and 1946 due to World War II.

1 Known as Newcastle United from 1892 to present
2 Known as Cramlington Town from 2001 to present
3 Merged with Newcastle East End in 1892
4 Known as Wallsend from 1912 to 1933
5 Known as North Shields Athletic from 1908 to 1918 and 1995 to 1999, Preston Colliery from 1918 to 1928, North Shields from 1928 to 1995 and 1999 to present
6 Known as Newcastle Blue Star from 1930 to 1973, 1986 to 1994, and 1997 to 2009, Blue Star Welfare from 1973 to 1979, Blue Star from 1979 to 1986, RTM Newcastle from 1994 to 1997

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