Sheffield & Hallamshire Association Cup

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Sheffield & Hallamshire Association Cup
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Founded2002
Current championsPenistone Church reserves (2018–19)
Most successful club(s)Kiveton Park, Stocksbridge Park Steels reserves, Penistone Church reserves
(2 titles)

The Sheffield & Hallamshire Association Cup is a county cup competition involving teams within the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Football Association (S&HCFA).

Inaugurated in 2003, it is generally open to S&HCFA teams at levels 12-14 of the English football league system, although reserves teams at level 11 also compete. It is the second most important S&HCFA county cup, behind the Senior Cup.

2018-19 Participants[edit]

Finals[edit]

Season Winner Result Runner-up Venue Notes
2002–03 Elm Tree 1–0 Stocksbridge Park Steels reserves Belle Vue
2003–04 HSBC 3–2 Athersley Recreation Belle Vue
2004–05 Kiveton Park 2–2 Athersley Recreation Sandy Lane Kiveton Park won on penalties
2005–06 Kiveton Park 5–0 Sheffield Lane Top Belle Vue
2006–07 Stocksbridge Park Steels reserves 3–1 Hemsworth Miners Welfare Millmoor
2007–08 Athersley Recreation 1–0 Hollinsend Amateurs Oakwell
2008–09 Hall Green United 2–1 Kirkburton Keepmoat Stadium (pitch 2)
2009–10 Sheffield reserves 2–1 Dearne Community & Miners Welfare Inkersall Road
2010–11 Stocksbridge Park Steels reserves 3–0 Kirkburton Roundwood Sports Complex
2011–12 Shaw Lane Aquaforce 3–1 Shepley Sandy Lane
2012–13 Swinton Athletic 3–0 Kirkburton Sandy Lane
2013–14 Jubilee Sports 4–0 Wickersley Sandy Lane
2014–15 Denaby Main 2–0 AFC Emley development Sandy Lane
2015–16 Handsworth Parramore reserves 5–2 Grimethorpe Sports Memorial Ground
2016–17 Dodworth Miners Welfare 2–2 Penistone Church reserves Welfare Ground Dodworth Miners Welfare won on penalties
2017–18 Penistone Church reserves 2–0 High Green Villa Roundwood Sports Complex
2018–19 Penistone Church reserves 5–0 Denaby Main Hillsborough

Winners[edit]

Bold indicates club is still (2018) active.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cups & Competitions - Sheffield & Hallamshire CFA". sheffieldfa.com. Retrieved 2018-07-31.

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